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Curtis McGrath flies high after successful Tokyo campaign

Following a winning Paralympic campaign, with two Gold medals in the Canoe-sprint, defence veteran and Griffith Aviation student Curtis McGrath says it feels pretty good to be home.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Asia-Pacific leaders to share post-pandemic plans

Leaders from across the Asia-Pacific will gather at a Griffith University-led forum today to share visions for their cities in the wake of a global pandemic.
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Arts Education Law

Our Paralympic athletes provide moments to celebrate

Griffith University’s Paralympic athletes have brought home 10 medals, including six Gold, after a golden final weekend in Tokyo.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts say everyone needed to battle climate change

From baristas to barristers, Griffith University experts insist it will require the efforts of people from all walks of life to fight climate change.
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Alumni

On a mission to inspire Saudi Arabian girls to study STEM

Griffith University alumnus Fatimah Almathami aims to inspire young females in the Middle East to get involved in STEM.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Industrious Griffith student’s car design career races ahead

Griffith University student Aidan Donald is revving up the car design industry and he hasn’t even graduated yet.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Griffith students unlock scholarships with Golden Key

Two deserving Griffith students have been named recipients of 2021 Golden Key scholarships.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking

Griffith has again been recognised as a leader in Nursing and Midwifery education and research, securing second position globally in the prestigious ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021.
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Alumni

Key disaster resilience discussions facilitated by Griffith

As Australia and global communities increasingly endure multiple disasters, often simultaneously, disaster management for resilience should be a core concern for leaders, according to experts.
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Architecture, construction and planning

School students look to Griffith for STEM based solutions

Queensland primary and high school students explored the limits of science and technology at recent Griffith University Science on the GO! conference and challenge days.
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Business and government

Star students appointed Gold Coast Mayor’s Ambassadors

Five Griffith University students have been chosen to join a 16-member group of 2021 Gold Coast Mayor’s Student Ambassadors.
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Architecture

Hope for future rises from ashes of bushfire devastation

First building to be erected since 2019 Binna Burra bushfires inspired by community-led research.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts imagine cities of 2060 at World Science Festival

With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith showcases art and science at Curiocity Festival

Lecturers have created the world’s largest acoustic guitar – a mind-blowing multi-disciplinary collaboration that will take centre stage at Curiocity Festival this month.
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Alumni

Griffith celebrates recipients of 2021 Australia Day honours

2021 Australia Day honours have been bestowed upon a number of Griffith University staff, associates and alumni. 
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Alumni

Computer science grads create community tech solutions

Four Griffith University computer science graduates are creating meaningful technology solutions with a burgeoning Gold Coast-based startup.
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Arts Education Law

Should you detox from digital accounts this Christmas?

After a year like no other, when the pandemic has forced us to rely on digital technologies more than ever, should we rationalise their use over the holiday break?
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Alumni

Experts say don’t let one score dictate your future, as ATARS come out

Thousands of young Queenslanders have received their high school results but even if your ATAR isn't what you expected, there are still plenty of pathways to university.
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