Griffith University alumni are making a positive impact throughout the world. And for some, like newly conferred African chief Dr Kerry Kriger, the outcomes can be quite unexpected.
Griffith University conservation students are heading to Nepal for the opportunity to study tigers in their natural environment.
Griffith University’s Associate Professor Jean-Marc Hero has been appointed to the prestigious position of Secretary General for the World Congress of Herpetology (WCH). The Congress was formed in 1982 to promote international interest and collaboration between individuals, societies and other organisations dedicated to the study and protection of amphibians and reptiles. Associate Professor Hero […]
Sunday 9 September is National Bilby Day; an opportunity to support the only Australian animal with its own National Day. The Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) is one of Australia’s most endangered animals with an estimated 600 bilbies remaining in the wild. Captivity-induced stress is an ongoing issue in the zoological industry, and minimising stress […]