Business and government

Caitlin Byrne announced as new Pro Vice Chancellor (Business)

Professor Caitlin Byrne will start as Griffith University’s Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) in July.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Partnership to support First Nations town planners

A new Griffith University and Tweed Shire Council partnership is set to support emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander town planners.
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Business and government

Griffith Asia Institute and Asian Development Bank examine how CBDC can impact financial inclusion

As digital transformation continues to accelerate across the Asia-Pacific region, the prospect of developing Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) is rapidly growing in interest. Driven by a range of potential benefits a CBDC could provide, including greater efficiency and resilience of the financial sector or ensuring monetary sovereignty over the growing use of alternative digital […]
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Alumni

Student lends her voice to global issues with scholarship

Griffith University Master of Global Development student Hayley Payne has been selected as a 2022 Global Voices Scholar.
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Business and government

Teens at risk from a lack of education and research on vaping 

Vaping is a silent epidemic that threatens the health and wellbeing of Australian teens, say Griffith University experts in social marketing.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith takes creative arts to the outback 

Griffith's music, visual arts and film programs recently travelled to regional Queensland.
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Alumni

Victims of wrongful conviction in the spotlight

QCA graduate Sky Parra has won the inaugural BMG Legal Art Prize, which raises awareness of wrongful convictions in Australia.
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Arts Education Law

Creative collaboration the key to success

Actors from the Queensland Conservatorium have collaborated with industry professionals and student composers to create a thought-provoking new production of the theatre classic, Summerfolk.
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Business and government

Budget 2022-23: Griffith experts available to comment

Griffith University experts can offer insight and analysis on all aspects of the 2022-23 federal budget.
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ADaPT

Stellar space sector opportunities follow funding news

Griffith's Head of ICT, Professor Paulo de Souza, says funding for a space manufacturing and test hub on the Gold Coast presents an incredible opportunity.
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Alumni

Art graduate scores a hit with Rolling Stone cover

Work by QCA graduate Dylan Mooney has featured on Google, at the National Gallery of Victoria and graced the cover of Rolling Stone Australia magazine.
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Arts Education Law

DV prevention program receives high praise from ACER

Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program is highly effective in empowering people to actively contribute to eliminating violence and coercive control, an evaluation by the Australian Council for Educational Research has found.
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Arts Education Law

En pointe: Griffith partners with Queensland Ballet 

Griffith University has entered a new three-year partnership with Queensland Ballet. 
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Arts Education Law

Educators receive national recognition at AAUT

Griffith University educators have been recognised in the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
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Alumni

Scholarship supports Indigenous women in the law

Alicia Smyth is the first recipient of a new scholarship that will provide opportunities for female Indigenous law students.
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Alumni

All systems go for Fulbright scholars in 2022

Former Griffith Young Alumnus of the Year, Dr Elise Stephenson, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. Griffith will also host an American Fulbright scholar in 2022.
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Arts Education Law

New long-term research program to reimagine disability

Griffith University is reimagining an inclusive future for people with disabilities, launching a major new long-term research initiative.
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Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)

Bacteria in the nose may increase risk of Alzheimer’s disease

A bacterium commonly present in the nose can sneak into the brain and may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. 
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