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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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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Alumni

Griffith alumni take their seats in new ALP Government

Growing up in Logan, newly appointed Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers said he only had a ‘vague’ idea about what he wanted to do with his life when he decided to study at Griffith.
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Business and government

Griffith initiative bridging the GAPS for Pacific athletes

Athletes from across the Pacific have gathered on the Gold Coast for training opportunities at Griffith ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
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Alumni

Web 3.0 collaboration could transform the charity sector

A former Griffith student is combining forces with a senior lecturer on a game-changing project with the potential to transform the not-for-profit sector.
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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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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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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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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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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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Business and government

Griffith Asia Business Internship program full steam ahead in 2022

The Griffith Asia Business Internship program has been awarded over $200,000 in New Columbo Plan grants for 2022.
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Alumni

Swimmers lead Griffith’s 2022 Australia Day Honorees

Three Gold medal winning Olympic swimmers are among a raft of Griffith University connections awarded 2022 Australia Day honours.
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Arts Education Law

Student mobility rebounds with New Colombo funding

Griffith students will finally return to the Indo-Pacific after COVID-19 forced New Colombo Plan Mobility Program internships and exchanges online for two years.
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