Griffith Business School celebrated industry partners, alumni and the wider business community at their Better Business Dinner on Friday, 3 November, at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. ‘For me, tonight’s event epitomises the value proposition of a Griffith Business School that is deeply engaged and working with our key partners in government, industry and […]
Griffith Sport Management senior lecturer Dr Caroline Riot will spearhead the University’s engagement strategy leading up to Brisbane 2032.
Griffith’s new Vice President (Industry and External Engagement) says the Australian university sector is a critical resource for the nation but could certainly improve its engagement with community and industry.
Science will be on tap when researchers trade the lab for the pub.
To address the increasingly digitised labour market, an Australia Awards program will explore debates in the local and global context.
Griffith University academics and staff have spent the past week in the country providing a pre-course briefing and introductions to an Australia Awards short course in Health Economics.
Twenty-five Australia Awards recipients are studying a Grad Cert in Counselling and a Cert IV in Training and Assessment at the University.