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7 March 2014

Griffith researchers receive Fulbright awards

Griffith University’s Dr Heidi Muenchberger, Dr Vinay Rane and Professor Haig Patapan are among 31 Australians announced as recipients of the 2014 Australian Fulbright Scholarship.

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8 February 2013
Haig Patapan, from chest up, his right arm leaning on a stair rail, red background

Confusing call re-ignites judgement question

Julia Gillard’s decision to set the 2013 election date eight months in advance has muddied the waters more than it has cleared the way to September’s polling day, according to the new Director of Griffith University’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Professor Haig Patapan.

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16 December 2022
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27 September 2016
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16 November 2015
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17 July 2014
Griffith University Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O'Connor hosted a meeting with US Consul General Hugo Llorens (centre) and Professor Haig Patapan, who has been awarded a 2014 Fulbright Senior Scholarship.

US Consul General visits Griffith

Griffith University President and Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor has hosted a meeting with United States Consul General Hugo Llorens...

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7 April 2014

Launching towards excellence

Our first graduate heading into space and a new research institute for tourism mark just a couple of great milestones for the first part of 2014 at Griffith University

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6 March 2014
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27 February 2014
Heidi Muenchberger - Griffith Health Institute

Griffith Health professional amongst Fulbright Scholarships

How a building can improve health and healing after injury or illness is the focus of a study by Associate Professor Heidi Muenchberger, a recently announced recipient of the 2014 Australian-American Fulbright Commission Scholarships.

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20 December 2013
Premier Campbell Newman delivering speech at forum on federal reform hosted by Griffith.

Griffith leads federal reform debate into 2014

Griffith University is to continue the Sir Samuel Griffith Legacy Series, building on a ground-breaking forum on Australia’s Federal Future...

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