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Two Griffith University staff recognised for online teaching excellence

Belinda Mulcahy and Dr Dean Biron are recipients of a new Open Universities Australia (OUA) teaching award, created to recognise course convenors who receive outstanding student satisfaction ratings. The awards covered six subjects in the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice degree available through OUA and delivered by Griffith University in 2018. Ms Mulcahy was […]
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Vice Chancellor awards recognises research excellence

Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognized at the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
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International corporate crime focus of Madgadalene-Schoch Fellowship

Professor Susanne Kastedt from the Griffith Criminology Institute has been awarded a prestigious 2019 Madgadalene-Schoch Fellowship from the University of Hamburg.
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Safe campuses rely on everyone

Griffith will hold its second annual sexual violence awareness and prevention week – It’s On All Of Us – from April 1-5.
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False rape claims have little impact on wrongful convictions – study

False rape allegations do not have a bearing on wrongful convictions a new study from Griffith University has found. Lead author Dr Katie Hail-Jares from the Griffith Criminology Institute with colleagues from American University in Washington DC, have concluded that false rape allegations reduce the odds of a wrongful conviction by nearly 10 times. In […]
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Prison stress adversely affects mother-child relationships

New research show one third of Australian women experience high parenting stress after close family imprisonment.
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Harm reduction policing key to safer communities

Police should be allowed to focus more on reducing crime and associated harms and less on law enforcement.
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Griffith ideal launching pad into top five emerging jobs

Griffith preparing students for fast-growth jobs with innovative technology degrees to address changing market trends
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Book traces journey of recovery

A new book describes how men who have committed serious sexual offenses come to stop offending and end their ‘criminal career’.
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AEL research shines in Three Minute Thesis Heats

Griffith Criminology Institute doctoral student Moses Amagnya took out first place in the Arts, Education and Law (AEL) heat of the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition held at Griffith’s South Bank campus yesterday. Moses was one of three finalists out of the eleven contestants who will now represent AEL at the university-wide final to be […]
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Griffith earns top marks on world stage

Griffith University has asserted its place as a global standout in the 2018 ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, earning noteworthy results for several of its courses.
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Study explores lives of women killed by partners

Most Australian women who become homicide victims are killed by current or former intimate partners and a new Griffith University study aims to find out why.
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Griffith criminologist appointed to Stockholm Prize Jury

Criminologist Professor Susanne Karstedt has been appointed as a new member of the jury of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology. The jury is the international body that selects and appoints prize recipients.
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Collaborative study aims to enhance child wellbeing in disadvantaged communities.

A new Australian Research Council Linkage Project led by Griffith University aims to improve child wellbeing in nine disadvantaged communities.
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Early intervention key to beating poverty trap

Supporting families, early childhood education and school retention are the key factors in helping people beat the poverty cycle. Griffith University criminologist Professor Ross Homel AO will outline practical methods and tools to help schools and community agencies lift children and families out of intergenerational cycles of poverty and welfare dependence when he delivers the […]
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Summer school nurtures future Indigenous researchers

Does the traditional bush medicine Gumby Gumby actually work? What part does cultural safety play in physiotherapy graduates? How does the lack a birth certificate or registration affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander incarceration rates? These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 20 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. […]
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Romance scams – anyone can fall victim

Romance scams top the fraud list in Australia. Griffith researcher Jacqueline Drew tells us why.
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Hong Kong study for New Colombo Plan scholar

A fascination with how people behave led 2018 New Colombo Plan scholar Kimberley Bates to a double degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice and Psychology.
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