ADaPT

Griffith bioengineer named QLD Fresh Scientist 2021

A 60-second pitch on research that aims to take the guesswork out of paediatric hip surgery saw Griffith University’s Dr Martina Barzan win the Fresh Science Queensland 2021 competition last night.
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Alumni

Our alumni advocating for those living with disability 

Two Griffith alumni are helping to shape the future of disability policy and services with important advocacy roles at the Disability Royal Commission.
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Alumni

Our Outstanding Alumni recognised at 2021 Awards

The winners of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Awards include Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and the creator of hit TV series Bluey.
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Alumni

Proactive para alumnus takes his second shot at life

Griffith University industrial design graduate and Paralympian Matt McShane has combined his qualifications with lived experience to forge a path building custom wheelchairs and mobility products.
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Alumni

Equality of opportunity bursaries support Griffith students

Six deserving Griffith students have been awarded National Council of Women of Queensland Inc bursaries to assist with their chosen pathway of study.
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Disability

Curtis McGrath flies high after successful Tokyo campaign

Following a winning Paralympic campaign, with two Gold medals in the Canoe-sprint, defence veteran and Griffith Aviation student Curtis McGrath says it feels pretty good to be home.
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Arts Education Law

Our Paralympic athletes provide moments to celebrate

Griffith University’s Paralympic athletes have brought home 10 medals, including six Gold, after a golden final weekend in Tokyo.
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Disability

Griffith research a step into the future with award-winning bionic limb design

Griffith University researchers are redefining the future of limb loss rehabilitation.
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Arts Education Law

Ballet pilot to benefit those living with a brain injury

A pilot program aims to revolutionise rehabilitation for people living with a brain injury, using ballet.
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Disability

Griffith Women in STEM Highly Commended

Two inspiring Griffith University trailblazers have been recognised at the 2021 Queensland Women in STEM Prize.
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Arts Education Law

Partnership to understand Indigenous experiences of CTP

A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
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Biospine

Griffith ranks highly in sustainable development

Griffith has received a stellar commendation for its sustainability efforts, ranking 38th from 1115 institutions globally in the 2021 THE Impact Rankings.
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Alumni

Griffith celebrates recipients of 2021 Australia Day honours

2021 Australia Day honours have been bestowed upon a number of Griffith University staff, associates and alumni. 
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COVID-19

Griffith acknowledges International Day of People with Disability

Griffith supports International Day of People With Disability, which this year coincides with the first anniversary of the Queensland Human Rights Act and an easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
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Alumni

Wearable device to identify and treat pain is recognised

A team of Griffith health technology researchers have won the iAwards 2020 Business Industry Solution of the Year prize with a device to better identify and treat pain.
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Corporate

Women in Digital award Griffith Diversity Employer of the Year

Griffith University has been recognised as the 2020 Diversity Employer of the Year (Enterprise) at the third annual Women in Digital Awards.
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ADaPT

Griffith researcher and alumnus named 2021 Queensland Australian of the Year

A Griffith Health trained Emergency doctor who is also the Project Co-lead on the University’s innovative Biospine project has been awarded 2021 Queensland Australian of the Year.
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Alumni

PhD candidate advocates for those with hidden disorder

Griffith University PhD candidate Shaun Ziegenfusz is working to raise awareness for a common condition you have never heard of.
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