Arts Education Law

A pandemic, a recession and the gender war: how our experts view the state election

Griffith political experts foresee the upcoming election as pivotal on several fronts, not least because it is the first time in any Australian state or federal election there are two female candidates.
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Business and government

The future for retail in a pandemic year

While COVID-19 has certainly challenged Australia’s retail industry, several Griffith marketing experts say it has also provided opportunities and lessons in new ways to meet customer demand.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Inaugural Open House series a resounding success

Open House, our socially distanced response to the traditional Open Day, has achieved a 14% increase on prospective student registrations year-on-year.
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Arts Education Law

Exploitative hostels sour migrant worker experience

Until hostel accommodation is overhauled, throwing money at the labour crisis on Australian farms is a fruitless effort.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith spearheads new campaign encouraging young voters to have their say

A team of young filmmakers from Griffith University have created an advertising campaign that encourages young people to have their say at the ballot box.
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Arts Education Law

Students bring music to the streets

Queensland Conservatorium students have brought music to the streets of the city as part of a reimagined Brisbane Festival.
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COVID-19

National COVID-19 guidelines to safeguard healthcare workers

Griffith University researchers have helped develop national guidelines to minimise healthcare workers' risk of infection spread.
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Alumni

Student pilots continue flight training during COVID-19

Griffith aviation students continue to take flight despite COVID-19 as training continues throughout the pandemic.
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Business and government

No Time to Waste on plastic scourge

Griffith University and Plastic Oceans Australasia are collaborating on a new environmental webinar series.
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Centre for Clean Environment and Energy

Griffith boosts its sustainability credentials with solar energy deal

The University has entered into an agreement with CS Energy which will ensure 50 percent of its electricity needs are provided by renewable power sources from next year.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith micro-credentials to meet post-COVID skills gap

Professionals looking to shore up employment opportunities in a post-pandemic world can access an extensive suite of Griffith micro-credentials from Trimester 3, 2020.
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Alumni

Dami Im brings the X Factor to Griffith’s alumni awards

Queensland Conservatorium graduate Dami Im brought the X Factor to Griffith's annual alumni awards, collaborating with students and faculty on a show-stopping musical medley.
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Business and government

Qld voters ‘go hard, go early’ due to COVID-19

Political parties may need to rethink their upcoming state election campaigns if Queenslanders choose early voting again.
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Arts Education Law

Pandemic opera production is one for the history books

The Queensland Conservatorium is putting on Australia's first opera production since pandemic restrictions took effect - working within strict COVID safe guidelines to ensure the show goes on.
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Alumni

Entrepreneurial spirit driving innovation on the Gold Coast

As General Manager of CoSpaces, Griffith Communications graduate Ariana Margetts is at the helm of Cohort, an innovation space in the Gold Coast’s five billion dollar Health and Knowledge Precinct. The precinct is nestled next to Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus, in the heart of the hub that once housed the Commonwealth Games. Ariana works […]
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COVID-19

Griffith University joins Global Virus Network as Centre of Excellence

Griffith University has been named as a Global Virus Network Centre of Excellence, one of three in Australia.
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COVID-19

Improving rehabilitation technologies for remote healthcare during COVID-19

How technologies can help the integration of rehabilitation services with remote and home healthcare is the focus of Dr Camila Shirota’s Advance Queensland Fellowship.
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Business and government

Experts say Binna Burra is a stellar example of disaster recovery

As Binna Burra Lodge reopens to guests, Griffith tourism and climate adaptation experts say tourism operators can learn a lot from its journey back from devastating bushfires a year ago.
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