First of its kind internship offers students a unique perspective on India

India internship
Department of Business Strategy and Innovation
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A unique interdisciplinary course offered for the first time in January 2017 will bring together Griffith students from a variety of disciplines ranging from Business, Arts, Humanities, Photography, Education, Health, Science and Math as a team to undertake applied service project in India. Students will travel to the Western Indian state of Maharashtra, and visit […]

Indonesia Alumni Event in Jakarta

Griffith Asia Institute
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Griffith University Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Sarah Todd, and Griffith Asia Institute Director, Professor Russell Trood, led a delegation to Jakarta in early May to strengthen institutional partnerships. Professor Todd hosted an alumni event (pictured) at the Pullman Hotel attended by Griffith alumni, partners and friends. Griffith has graduated a significant number of alumni who now […]

First Prize win sends Griffith student soaring to China

Griffith Asia Institute
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Shannon Dyer looked out over a sea of chaos as nearly a thousand Chinese middle school students enthusiastically participated in a made-up game of ‘English hot-potato’. It was a game she had created with a friend while volunteering as an English teacher in Yunnan province in 2012. The rules were simple – you throw the […]

Griffith and BNU colleagues share perspectives on teacher education

BNU and Griffith School of Education and Professional Studies academics
Arts Education Law
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Curriculum reforms in Australia and China were a key topic of discussion when visitors from one of China’s foremost universities in teacher education and research were on-campus earlier this year. Beijing Normal University (BNU) academics, Professors Wei Liang and Litao Lu, were welcomed by School of Education and Professional Studies Dean and Head Professor Donna […]

Building strong foundations in Mumbai

Griffith Sciences Partnerships
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Traveling from the sheltered western world to Asia’s poorest slum, fourth year Griffith Civil Engineering student Giovanni Rapana put down his iPhone, rolled up his sleeves and got to work. With the assistance of the Industry Affiliate Program and a Griffith University Scholarship, Giovanni completed a six week project in the Shivaji Nagar slums of […]

Griffith cultural connections in Xuzhou, China

News articles
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The Imperial Edict Museum in Xuzhou, China last month designated a special room within their museum the ‘Tourism Confucius Institute Chinese Culture Centre.’ The Imperial Edict Museum is seated in the picturesque Jiulishan West-East Han Dynasty cultural and tourism district, neighboring the Tomb of King Chu of the West Han Dynasty, Liu Zhu (King Xiang). It […]

New portal leads to Asia-Pacific opportunity

Griffith Asia Institute
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Students and professionals across the Asia-Pacific will now enjoy greater access to cross-border education, training and internships in the region following the launch of a new APEC Scholarship and Internship Initiative. The initiative aggregates sponsored study and career development exchanges offered by universities and companies in APEC member economies and supports the creation of new opportunities by […]