Business and government

Griffith recognised as destination for tourism policy innovation

Australia's largest tourism research institute ranks among the world's best.
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Griffith Business School

Reconstructing Qld’s secret WWII history in the outback

Charleville's WWII Secret Base has been guided for years by Griffith experts in tourism and architecture.
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Business and government

Social housing liveability framework tackles Australia’s critical shortage

Higher density urban solutions designed around liveability and accessibility are the future of social housing.
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Cities Research Institute

Cities expert forecasts bold future for the Gold Coast

The future of many Gold Coast golf courses could lie in productive parks where food crops are grown and technologies created, according to a Griffith University cities researcher.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking

Griffith has again been recognised as a leader in Nursing and Midwifery education and research, securing second position globally in the prestigious ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021.
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Business and government

Chinese consumers optimistic on post-COVID travel

Beaches, scenic cities and natural and cultural world heritage sites top the list for post-COVID travel.
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Alumni

Alumnus’ tourism podcast aims to give the industry a boost

Griffith Business School alumnus Gabby Daniels has a new podcast, Let’s Talk Tourism, that aims to provide decision makers with information on surviving and thriving post-COVID-19.
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Arts Education Law

Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards nominees announced

Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards will be held virtually this year on September 15.
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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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Alumni

Class of 2020 graduating with a difference

Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as COVID-19 mass gathering restrictions move the ceremonies online.
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Business and government

Gathering memories from the bushfire ashes

Stories of resilience from the Scenic Rim community will be collected and transformed into interactive exhibits.
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Griffith Institute For Tourism (GIFT)

Pacific island can adapt to climate change if locals take the lead

A collaboration between Queensland-based universities and Pacific Island communities has found local ownership is the key to sustainable climate change adaptation programs.
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COVID-19

Griffith health expert leads QLD COVID-19 event plan

Griffith mass gathering expert Dr Jamie Ranse has led the development of Queensland's framework outlining how we start holding mass gatherings and events again.
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Business and government

Tourism micro-credential to boost recovery

Griffith Institute for Tourism is offering a free micro-credential course for tourism businesses.
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Business and government

Qld tourism recovery depends on thriving zoos and aquariums

Queensland’s zoo and aquarium tourism industry may end up dwarfing the Australian Government’s much-needed funding lifeline.
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Business and government

Rough seas ahead for cruise industry recovery

Restoring confidence in the cruise tourism industry after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides will be challenging.
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Business and government

Griffith partners with Binna Burra on bushfire recovery

Griffith will become the ‘Lead University Partner’ for a new era of the iconic Binna Burra Lodge, which was devastated by bushfires in September 2019.
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Business and government

Savvy web campaign boosts Binna Burra Lodge bushfire recovery

An innovative social media campaign from a Queensland tourism icon, key to rebuilding bushfire ravaged communities dependent on the visitor economy according to new Griffith research.
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