Griffith Mates are celebrating completing more than 800 hours of volunteer work for student events so far this year.
Griffith University international students impacted by COVID-19 have been given a helping hand with the provision of more than 3200 free meals each week.
In alignment with strategic plans for tourism in Sri Lanka, the ‘Sustainable Tourism Development’ Australia Awards Short Course aims to further enhance the country’s tourism industry through key teachings of strategic tourism planning, management and coordination. Griffith University’s Griffith Institute for Tourism, in coordination with Griffith’s International Business Development Unit and the University of the […]
Griffith University’s second delivery of ‘Building Leadership for Change through School Immersion’ (BLCSI) has drawn to a conclusion, with participants and their families set to return home to Saudi Arabia in the coming weeks. The ten month long program was designed and delivered by the Griffith English Language Institute (GELI), Griffith’s School of Education and […]
Sudanese born orphan, Beny Bol, uses restorative justice principles to resolve conflict and build resilience in Logan and Melbourne communities. He is the President of the 60,000 strong Queensland African Communities’ Council and works closely with the Police and justice system to influence positive community behaviour. “When I moved to Logan, I was disappointed to […]
Griffith University recently welcomed a delegation from Taiwan to celebrate the Health Groups partnership with the Taiwan Health Promotion Administration (HPA). Professor Analise O’Donovan, Dean (Academic), and Professor Cordia Chu, Director of the Centre for Environment and Population Health, hosted the delegation at the Nathan campus to celebrate the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding […]
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.