A former Deputy Vice Chancellor, scientist and leading educator is one of several members of the Griffith University community acknowledged in the 2023 Australia Day Honours. Professor Emeritus Debra Henly received a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) award for significant service to education administration and science. A Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic, 2016-2019) and […]
Thousands of young Queenslanders have received their high school results but even if your ATAR isn't what you expected, there are still plenty of pathways to university.
Professor Liz Burd will join Griffith as Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education) in February 2021 following the retirement of Professor Debra Henly.
Newly minted Griffith graduates are defying the tough COVID-19 job market and scoring their dream jobs.
Griffith has received a string of 5-star ratings in the latest Good Universities Guide, which included a rise of 13 places to rank 7th nationally for overall educational experience.
Campuses which closed during COVID-19 will spring back to life next month as the University prepares to progressively ramp up on-campus teaching and learning activities.
High achieving high school students looking to study at Griffith next year will be eligible for 80 new scholarships worth up to $24,000 each.