Ryan Mitchell is Griffith Business School’s Logan Community Bank (Bendigo Bank) Scholarship winner and hopes one day to use his double degree to join ASIO.
Rwandan refugee Amiel Nubaha says his studies at Griffith inspired him to draw on his incredible life experience to give back to society.
Griffith criminal justice and criminology student and sprint cyclist Stephanie Morton returned to competition in Brisbane over the weekend, collecting valuable qualification points for Tokyo 2020.
Queensland has its first female Police Commissioner, and she is a proud Griffith graduate who was the recipient of the university’s inaugural Outstanding Alumnus Award in 2018. Commissioner-elect Katarina Carroll APM is the first woman to fill the position in the Queensland Police Service’s 159-year history. Graduating from the police academy in 1983, Katarina began […]
President Mai Hồng Quỳ of Ho Chi Minh City University of Law, alongside Vice-President Trần Hoàng Hải and colleagues visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus on 26 November and met with representatives from Griffith International, Griffith Law School and the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Areas for potential collaboration were discussed including Bachelor Degrees […]
Criminology students recognised by the QPS for their work in the lead up to and during the G20.
Learn how to break into a career in crime at Griffith’s Open Day this Sunday. Hear what criminology is, and what kinds of careers a criminology degree can lead to during special presentations throughout the day. Prospective students, their families and friends can explore our campuses and talk to students and staff at Griffith campuses […]