Search results for: impact assessment

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12 June 2024

Griffith jumps 20 places in THE Impact Rankings

Griffith University has jumped 20 places to be ranked equal first in Queensland for its performance against the United Nations’ SDGs.

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20 May 2024
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10 October 2023
You Tube

The impact of YouTube on mental health

YouTube wields significant influence on mental health. It's a double-edged sword, fostering both positive and negative effects. Parasocial relationships with content creators can deepen loneliness, especially among the vulnerable. YouTube can also educate, connect, and support mental well-being through informative content and communities as suicide prevention researcher Dr Luke Balcombe explains.

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23 June 2021
Online Learning

Interactive Oral Assessments: A viable model for COVID-19 and beyond

The dramatic impact of the pandemic on the nation’s higher education sector has accelerated innovation and is transforming the way it operates.

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5 June 2019
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1 April 2019
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21 March 2018

Griffith University shares impact of heritage conversations on local communities

Unlike many other industrialised centres around the world, Australia’s cities and towns are well-served by the laws and community goodwill...

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21 January 2016
Head shot of PhD candidate Nicola Banwell, smiling to camera, who has received an Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarship to support her international studies

CEPH nurtures future leads for impact, innovation

Griffith University’s Centre for Environment and Population Healthhas begun the new year full of optimism and inspiration after ending 2015...

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13 May 2014
Professor Lex Brown receives the Rose-Hulman Award

Award honours Lex’s environmental impact

Professor Lex Brown from Griffith University’s School of Environmenthas received the prestigious Rose-Hulman Award for his international contribution to impact...

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9 January 2024

Projections reveal the vulnerability of freshwater to climate change

Climate and land use changes are causing significant alterations in global terrestrial water storage, impacting extreme weather events like floods and droughts, a Griffith-led study has found.

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