For Griffith students studying abroad, the destination isn't a place, but a new way of seeing things. One of the university's most successful short-term mobility programs is the annual photography in-field trip to Cambodia, where students spend time on assignment with local NGOs to capture the country's untold stories. Queensland College of Art Photography Program Director Dr Heather Faulkner has been recognised with a Griffith Internationalisation Award for her leadership of the program over the past eight years.
Two Griffith University students have been nominated for a Walkley Young Journalist of the Year Award.
A six-part mini-series filmed on behalf of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games is the latest professional highlight for Griffith University journalism graduate Scott Bidmead
Griffith photography, film and journalism students recently travelled to Cambodia for a three-week study tour, revealing some of the country's untold stories. The tour involved masterclasses and workshops, followed by an intensive storytelling project which gave students the opportunity to work in the local community with a team of international mentors.
If you could picture a day in the life of a professional photographer on duty at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games what would it look like? Bachelor of Journalism student Janelle Miller has had that very experience … literally. As part of her internship with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), the […]
One of the most significant reforms in Queensland’s parole and probation system might never have occurred were it not for a series of exposés led by journalist and Griffith University graduate Chris McMahon. His efforts led to the introduction of the No Body No Parole law in Queensland.
New initiative sees students from many disciplines brainstorming on how to make a difference.