Griffith alumnus makes policing history

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Queensland has its first female Police Commissioner, and she is a proud Griffith graduate who was the recipient of the university’s inaugural Outstanding Alumnus Award in 2018. Commissioner-elect Katarina Carroll APM is the first woman to fill the position in the Queensland Police Service’s 159-year history. Graduating from the police academy in 1983, Katarina began […]
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Oldest known figurative cave art discovered in Borneo

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Cave paintings in Borneo among the world’s oldest examples of figurative depiction. 
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Human trial success signals next stage of malaria vaccine development

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Initial success in human clinical trials has given hope for the next stage in the development of a new malaria vaccine. 
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Alumni

Griffith graduate partners with Australian Government to inspire future business leaders in South-East Asia

Former Government and International Relations student Elise Stephenson is running a public diplomacy program as part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia now initiative.
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Griffith Business School Student Speaks at United Nations Human Rights Council  

Government and International Relations student Jessica McDonald visited Geneva and addressed the UN thanks to a grant from Griffith University. 
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Open Day ‘a remarkable success’

Griffith's Open Day was a huge success, with around 14,000 people visiting Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses.
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Griffith University names 2019 AON Rugby Sevens squad

Griffith has announced a strong 24-player squad to compete at this year’s AON Rugby Seven’s Series.
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Personal loss highlights importance of DonateLife Week

Griffith University Communications graduate Alana Jones has secured her dream job as  Communications Manager for DonateLife, encouraging people to register as an organ or tissue donor. And she hopes that her story goes some way to ensuring that no other family has to go through what she did. DonateLife Week’s annual awareness campaign runs this […]
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Business and government

Internship lands Bachelor of Business student a job before graduation

Keely Houghton’s internship with YCL Jewels has given her a portfolio of experiences and skills to display in interviews, which helped her land a job before she’s finished her Griffith University degree.
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We have to ask for more from our politicians: Greenpeace CEO

David Ritter says it is also time for political parties on both sides of the left and right divide to listen to the concerns of Australians.
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Standard of political discourse deteriorating: Natasha Stott-Despoja

Part of this problem, the former leader of the Democrats believes, is that behavioural standards in federal Parliament have diminished.
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Corporate

Griffith welcomes new Vice Chancellor

Professor Carolyn Evans will steer the University into a remarkable new era.
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Alumni

Remarkable result for Griffith alumni

Alumni excelling in research and corporate leadership were winners at this year’s Australia China Alumni Awards (ACAA) held in Beijing on the weekend.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

250,000 year-old teeth reveal unprecedented detail about ancient children

250,000 year-old Neanderthal teeth reveal the oldest exposure to lead and the first natural weaning from breastfeeding. 
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Jordanian princess visits Griffith to promote cancer control 

Reducing world cancer rates is the focus as HRH Princess Dina Mired of Jordan visits Griffith University health academics this Wednesday 24 October. 
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 Helping mid-life adults to get healthy

Helping adults in the mid stage of life to achieve healthy lifestyles is the aim of a new wellness program developed by Griffith University.
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Griffith and Gold Coast Health raising awareness of Osteoporosis 

Free heel bone density checks will be available at the Gold Coast University Hospital on Tuesday 16 October when it teams up with Griffith University for Osteoporosis Awareness Day (actual date 20 October).  
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Oral treatment may not be far off for head and neck cancer patients 

A highly promising approach to treating HPV-driven head and neck cancer is on the way, and it could be in the shape of a simple oral medication. This is according to new breakthrough research led by Griffith University, which has conducted trials showing that the drug, Alisertib, tested in trials to treat other cancers such as lung and kidney, can also successfully destroy the cancer cells associated with head and neck cancer. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) […]
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