Alumni

Griffith honours a remarkable artist and teacher

The Queensland College of Art has paid tribute to acclaimed artist and teacher Uncle Laurie Nilsen, who passed away last week.
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ADaPT

Art and activism at Sydney Biennale

First Nations alumni will showcase their work at Australia's largest contemporary art festival.
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Arts Education Law

Commitment to equality on International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, Griffith University acknowledges its role in creating a diverse and inclusive workforce.
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Arts Education Law

Kungullanji conference showcases Indigenous research

Talented up-and-coming researchers from across Griffith University presented their findings at the Kungullanji Indigenous Student Research Conference.
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Alumni

Indigenous art program welcomes new director

QCA alumnus Carol McGregor has come full circle to lead Griffith's unique Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art program.
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Alumni

Griffith representatives recognised with Australia Day Honours

Incoming Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous) Professor Cindy Shannon was one of many Griffith University staff, alumni and associates recognised with Australia Day Honours.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith appoints new Pro Vice Chancellor (Indigenous)

Professor Cindy Shannon, a descendent of the Ngugi people and one of Australia’s foremost higher education Indigenous leaders, will join Griffith University as Pro Vice Chancellor (Indigenous).
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Alumni

Four Fulbright Scholars for Griffith

Four Griffith University representatives have been named recipients of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship.
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Alumni

Griffith film alumnus appointed to SQ board

Griffith Film School alumnus and First Nations filmmaker Dean Gibson has been appointed to the Screen Queensland Board of Directors.
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Business and government

Griffith PhD candidate awarded grant to research ethical decision making in Indigenous financial markets

At the recent Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), Clare Burns, PhD candidate and sessional academic in the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation was awarded an ABEN-Ecstra grant to research ethical decision making in financial markets. The grant allocation was competitive and underwent international peer review. Ecstra Foundation is a new not for profit organisation […]
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Alumni

New exhibition celebrates Griffith’s female artists

The New Woman exhibition at the Museum of Brisbane showcases Griffith’s talented female artists.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith student mentored by renowned artist Ben Quilty

Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art student Dylan Mooney recently collaborated with Archibald Prize-winning artist Ben Quilty.
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Arts Education Law

Film school’s first Indigenous PhD student follows in father’s footsteps

Griffith Film School's first Indigenous doctoral candidate is writing a TV comedy series as part of her research into Aboriginal cultural perspectives on humour.
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Alumni

Griffith arts alumni scoop showcase grants

Griffith alumni have received more than $150,000 in grants as part of the Queensland Arts Showcase Program.
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Alumni

Griffith art graduate makes a splash with cash

Griffith alumnus Ryan Presley's radical reimagining of Australia's currency has raised thousands of dollars for Aboriginal charities and community groups.
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Alumni

Indigenous alumnus receives health professional accolade

Clinton Schultz was named the recipient of the Indigenous Allied Health Professional of the Year Award at the National Indigenous Allied Health Awards last month.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Griffith appoints distinguished academic to DVC Research

A highly regarded chemical biologist with a distinguished record in championing research across several continents, Professor Mario Pinto, has been announced as Griffith University’s new Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research).
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Griffith Health

First Peoples Health Unit partner in cultural safety training

Griffith University First Peoples Health Unit has been announced as a partner in cultural safety training for Australia’s regulators of registered health practitioners.
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