Three Gold medal winning Olympic swimmers are among a raft of Griffith University connections awarded 2022 Australia Day honours.
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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.
Griffith University viral immunologist Professor Suresh Mahalingam has been appointed to a World Health Organization (WHO) advisory group tasked with combatting viruses like dengue and Zika.
Four honorary doctorate recipients joined more than 5,500 graduating students at ceremonies in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast this week.
Two Griffith University dentistry students have been named recipients of 2021 Golden Key International Honor Society Scholarships.
An impressive final year Griffith student, who overcame a cancer diagnosis at 15 before embarking on a medical degree, has been awarded a prestigious 2022 Australia-At-Large Rhodes Scholarship.
Students with disabilities are set to be supported through a new scholarship started by a Griffith Business School alumnus.
Architecture, construction and planning
Griffith has recognised its best and brightest researchers, professional and support staff plus teaching excellence at a gala event in Brisbane.
Centre for Environment and Population Health
Researchers from Griffith University have joined a new national research network known as Healthy Environments And Lives (HEAL).
Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention
Greater engagement and involvement with cultural events is associated with lower suicide mortality rates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Queensland.
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Emma McKeon was named Overall Athlete of the Year at Griffith University’s Blues Awards for Sporting Excellence while Zac Stubblety-Cook was awarded Academic Athlete of the Year.
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Griffith University has achieved its highest global ranking result ever, rated 201st in the US News Best Global Universities Ranking 2022.
A 60-second pitch on research that aims to take the guesswork out of paediatric hip surgery saw Griffith University’s Dr Martina Barzan win the Fresh Science Queensland 2021 competition last night.
Two Griffith alumni are helping to shape the future of disability policy and services with important advocacy roles at the Disability Royal Commission.
The winners of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Awards include Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and the creator of hit TV series Bluey.
Personalised nutrition advice from primary healthcare providers is better than usual care at improving a person’s health and costs little more.
Aboriginal scholar and podiatrist Professor James Charles has been appointed Director of Griffith University’s First Peoples Health Unit.
Griffith University’s award-winning Industry Mentoring Program (IMP) is connecting students with professional role models and career coaches.