Griffith science student Shabnam Ahmadzada is among the fleet of Brisbane International Student Ambassadors focused on making the G20 Summit a memorable event for visitors to the Queensland capital. Her life is already engraved with a cluster of personal moments marking her remarkable journey from Afghan refugee to Brisbane ambassador. There is the moment when […]
A Griffith University forensic science student is a source of inspiration on a number of fronts.
A series of powerful portraits depicting the realities of war is stirring emotions Brisbane-wide, with almost 1,000 people through the doors since the show opened less than two weeks ago.
Four students from Griffith University have been named by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk as 2014 Brisbane International Student Ambassadors.
Ben Quilty: after Afghanistan – a series of powerful portraits depicting the realities of war - opens at the Griffith University Art Gallery at South Bank this weekend.
Griffith Asia Institute
China has staked its economic future on deeper integration with Central Asia. But as the US withdraws from Afghanistan, Beijing is concerned that a renewed civil war there could thwart regional development. Griffith Asia Institute’s Dr Michael Clarke spoke with DW’s Spencer Kimball about the situation. Read the full article on the Deutsche Welle website.