Griffith University industrial design graduate and Paralympian Matt McShane has combined his qualifications with lived experience to forge a path building custom wheelchairs and mobility products.
Griffith University student Aidan Donald is revving up the car design industry and he hasn’t even graduated yet.
Outstanding design students will carry out cutting-edge honours research at the Queensland College of Art, thanks to scholarships from local arts organisations.
Queensland College of Art graduates Neil Arnett and Troy Baverstock have been nominated for the Design Institute of Australia’s Queensland Graduate of the Year Award. The graduate designers submitted a portfolio of cutting-edge designs, ranging from a 3D printed prosthetic limb to a minimalist music system. Troy Baverstock, whose innovative limbU design was featured in Griffith’s […]
Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Sam Canning is helping design the future - fusing art and engineering to create cutting edge designs. Sam's stunning 3D printed dress was used as the centrepiece of Griffith’s recent Remarkable campaign, and made its debut on the Today Show in the US before hitting catwalks across Europe and Asia.
Griffith Sports College is celebrating the success of its members this week with 10 student athletes qualifying for the Rio Olympics.
Wheelchair basketballer Matt McShane has his sights on representing Australia at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, but at the same time is not losing sight of the importance of a Griffith University degree