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22 April 2022
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3 March 2021
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22 February 2021
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30 July 2019

Six Griffith STEM undergraduates receive scholarships

Second year Bachelor of Pharmacy student Kelly Meuleman was in India when she learned she'd won one of six STEM scholarships.

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24 May 2019
Graduate Certificate in Health Economics Australia Award participants.

Australia Awards participants commence a Graduate Certificate in Health Economics at Griffith University

A cohort of exceptional Australia Awards participants from Papua New Guinea have commenced a Graduate Certificate in Health Economics at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus.

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3 April 2018

Students get the inside scoop on how a major Games event comes together

Griffith University students got a valuable industry insight into the logistics behind planning the largest event to be staged in Australia this decade.

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2 April 2018
Griffith graduate Keri Algar has been to close to 30 different countries on the Queen’s Baton journey since she took up the position of Public Relations and Media Operations Specialist with GOLDOC.

GC2018 Queen’s Baton Relay takes graduate on journey to treasure

En route to Carrara Stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), the Queen’s Baton...

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20 July 2016

Come Catch ‘Em All at Open Day

Find out how you can become a Master at Griffith University’s Open Day in more ways than one. While you’re exploring your next career move, go hunting for Pokemon while on campus.

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4 April 2016

GC2018 official mascot visits Griffith to mark two years to go

Today the Gold Coast is celebrating two years until the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

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17 March 2016
See what the Parklands Project will look like when developed - open for viewing inside the Red Zone (G40).

Griffith’s Red Zone takes you inside Parklands Project

Griffith University’s Red Zone, which is open to the public, will take you on an exclusive interactive virtual tour through the $550 million Parklands Project.

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