Teah Westerman comfortably stepped into the role of commercial coordinator at Gold Coast Titans as a familiar face in the office.
Griffith Centre for Coastal Management
Humpbacks calving more than 1000km south of primary calving grounds off Great Barrier Reef.
Griffith Asia Institute
Human rights expert Professor Renee Jeffery has been awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.
Those who drink to go out, carry on drinking once they're out new Griffith research shows.
Griffith’s internationally recognised Bachelor of Midwifery program is celebrating its tenth birthday. With an initial intake of 48 students in 2010, 357 midwives have now graduated from the program since it began and more than 14,000 babies* have been brought into the world with Griffith midwifery students’ assistance. Head of Midwifery at Griffith, Professor Jenny […]
New guidelines recommend tailored exercise programs to help lower the risk of developing certain cancers.
Griffith Business School
Multidisciplinary approach needed to enhance awareness of marine ecosystems values, says researcher.
Arts Education Law
Queensland Conservatorium is supporting Brisbane's emerging playwrights by commissioning a new work from a local writer each year as part of the Bachelor of Acting program.
Two animation projects by Griffith film alumni have been nominated for International Emmy Awards.
Queensland Conservatorium students and alumni to perform in a blockbuster season finale featuring Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and a new work inspired by Shakespeare's feistiest females.
Griffith School of Environment and Science
Macular scarring affects half of those receiving treatment. A new Griffith University study aims to reduce this.
Business and government
How well do you know your neighbours? That’s one of the questions posed by the Griffith Asia Institute’s (GAI) State of the Neighbourhood Report 2019.
Griffith’s Injury Management Team has won the Best Rehabilitation and Return to work Management System award at the 2019 Queensland Government's Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
Aussie 7s players Lily Dick and Demi Hayes are back from injury for Griffith this weekend, boosting the team’s chances of another AON tournament win.
Powerhouse vocalists Katie Noonan and Dami Im have been recognised on the national stage.
Gene editing technology leads to new cervical cancer breakthrough.
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.
Arts Education Law
Griffith music researcher Dr Catherine Grant got the opportunity to go behind the scenes at the British Museum.