Engineering, IT and aviation

Audi Foundation boost opportunity for Griffith University students by donating Audi A7 for research

The Audi Foundation is supporting Griffith University’s School of Engineering and Built Environment students by generously donating an Audi A7 for them to study.   As one of the most advanced luxury cars on the market today, students have the amazing opportunity to investigate the technology used in the vehicle and gain practical, real-world skills and […]
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Alumni

The future of green infrastructure

A new smart planter is set to provide a simple and efficient way to green buildings and surfaces where conventional planting is impossible.
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Alumni

Griffith’s Outstanding Alumni Award 2022 winners

Griffith University has named five winners at its prestigious Outstanding Alumni Awards 2022, with an acclaimed Aboriginal author taking out the top gong.
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Business and government

Change Conference is back with a bang

Behaviour experts will converge on Griffith University’s South Bank campus as the Change Conference makes its in-person comeback.
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Business and government

Griffith researcher explores lost opportunities of temporary migrants from South East Asia in Australia

Griffith Asia Institute member and Head of School of Government and International Relations, Professor Juliet Pietsch’s latest research has just been published by Cambridge Elements as part of the Global Development Studies series.  Much of the scholarship in development studies focuses on developing countries. However, many of the same issues can be seen in developed […]
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Griffith Health

Truckies using elite athlete technology to prevent fatigue

Special biometric vests normally used by elite athletes have been earmarked for a Griffith University study to monitor how fatigue can impact the driving behaviour of truckies.
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Alumni

Griffith alumnus honoured for oral cancer research

A Griffith University graduate has been honoured with a prestigious Sunstar Perio Research Award at a recent world conference in Copenhagen.
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Business and government

Inclusive Growth Hub targets inequality in the Asia Pacific

The Asia-Pacific region is often characterised by high levels of inequality with large disparities commonly found across multiple indicators such as income, gender, health care, or education. These gaps represent significant economic, social, and political challenges and are a major concern for governments across the region. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities in the region, […]
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Griffith Health

Reminder for parents to keep a close watch on boys’ internet usage

Teenage boys are just as likely to be victims of cyberbullying as teenage girls, prompting a timely reminder for parents to be on top of internet usage and access.
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Alumni

Griffith launches two cancer research centres with $4.6m ACRF funding

Griffith University has launched two cancer research centres backed by $4.6 million in funding from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation this month.
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Business and government

More Australians avo-go at a vegan diet

Health concerns and a changing attitude towards eating meat is causing more Australians to swap their omnivore diets for one that is plant-based.
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Business and government

Daniel Gschwind a gift for Griffith tourism

Queensland tourism heavyweight Daniel Gschwind has joined Griffith Institute for Tourism as a Professor of Practice.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Eureka! Prize nominations for Griffith academics

Two finalists from Griffith University have been announced as nominees in the prestigious 2022 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith University kicks goals with latest academic rankings

Griffith University continues to be a world leader in several academic subjects including nursing, hospitality and tourism, and marine and ocean engineering.
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Business and government

Griffith not leaving koalas’ futures to chance

A collaborative Griffith University project that successfully helped reduce the number of koala deaths in South East Queensland (SEQ) has moved into its next phase.
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Business and government

Policy students wow at Parliament House

Griffith Policy Competition saw seven Griffith students pitch policies they’re passionate about to judges including sitting State MPs, senior public servants and their lecturers.
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Cities Research Institute

Public art in regional cities is a Gogh

Regional cities in Queensland are fast becoming the perfect canvas to integrate public art into their built environments.
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Arts Education Law

Multi-million-dollar donation to transform lives of incarcerated women and families

Mothers in the corrections system will benefit from a Griffith University led pilot project designed to support their wellbeing and social inclusion, thanks to a multi-million-dollar donation. Griffith University’s Professor Susan Dennison, Griffith Criminology Institute and School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, welcomed the generous contribution from the Paul Ramsay Foundation. “Mothers in prison are […]
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