Business and government

Conference drives Change with sold-out crowd

A sold-out crowd gathered to hear from industry experts at Griffith University’s Change Conference.
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Business and government

Charity donor ‘champions’ focus of new trials

Charity donation areas could be in for a major overhaul as part of a three-year field trial aimed at improving the quality of goods handed over at drop-off points.
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Business and government

Are you a change maker? Social Marketing @ Griffith’s Change Conference returns

Griffith will bring together a community of change agents next month, when Change Conference returns for 2019.
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Business and government

Griffith to offer brand new Business Innovation degree in 2020

Griffith’s Logan campus is expanding in 2020 to offer a new Business Innovation degree, which can be completed in just two years.
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Business and government

Applied Behavioural Science Winterschool on the Gold Coast – where summer never really ends

Griffith's Behavioural Science Cluster will offer the Applied Behavioural Science Winterschool on September 5 and 6, 2019 at its Gold Coast campus.
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Business and government

Researchers target young adults to tackle the obesity epidemic

Griffith University researchers have identified five ways young adults can manage their weight.
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Business and government

Griffith leads action to address pesticide levels in Qld’s regional waterways

A workshop in Mackay will be run this week by researchers from Social Marketing @ Griffith.
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Business and government

Activate Studios Scholarship winner explores empathy through augmented reality

As winner of the Activate Scholarship, Master of Marketing student Pamela Saleme Ruiz got hands-on experience working on a technology project aimed at teaching children empathy.
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Business and government

Researchers champion better behaviours at Change 2018

The two-day conference will highlight a range of research aimed at engaging people and organisations to deliver change for the better.
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Business and government

Griffith researchers aim to save local wildlife with better-trained dogs

Social Marketing @ Griffith’s Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele is leading the 18-month program.
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Business and government

Griffith researcher crowdfunding to combat human trafficking

Dr Abi Badejo is empowering survivors through a range of social innovations.
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Business and government

Alumni awards highlight the best and brightest of Griffith Business

The four individuals are in the running for overall awards to be bestowed in September.
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Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing

When research goes awry: getting back on the horse

Two academics walked into a pub… One beer coaster-transcribed book proposal and a pre-existing publisher’s meeting later comes 33 tales of trial and tribulation from researchers across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Republic of Ireland, USA, Malaysia and Europe, in this collection from editors, Associate Professor Keith Townsend (WOW) and Professor Mark Saunders (University of […]
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Business and government

Griffith University partners with Johnson & Johnson for program supporting women in STEMM

The University is the first in Australia to sign up as a partner.
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Business and government

Bendigo Bank scholarship helps Griffith student put community first

Master's student Yannick Van Hierden will engage with the locals of Paradise Point to help the bank better meet their needs.
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Business and government

PhD candidate kicks goals for kids with Indonesian AFL program

David Schmidtke is a force to be reckoned with. The Griffith University PhD candidate is on track to create multilevel impact through sport after delivering an AFL program to more than 300 students across Bali, Indonesia, in just one week through his not-for-profit company, Via Sport. David, along with Rory Brown (University of Queensland), Alexander Horton […]
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Business and government

Ground-breaking virtual reality initiative nominated for education award

Experience Blurred Minds in Brisbane this week.
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Griffith Business School

Research shows best strategies for active school travel

Walk This Way: children aged 5-12 need 60 minutes of physical activity every day and statistics show Queensland children are not reaching recommended levels.
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