Contributing to equality, diversity, and increased visibility of the LGBTIQA+ community, Griffith University is celebrating Pride Week and reflecting on the positive actions which help make Griffith an inclusive environment to work and study.
Griffith Sport launched its Pride in Sport Strategy, which embraces diversity of gender, bodies and sexualities and demonstrates a commitment to create environments that are visibly inclusive and welcoming.
Hundreds are expected to hit the ground running at Griffith’s annual Toohey Trail Run, Sunday 9 October, and the call is out for more to join the bitumen to bush challenge. Elite Student Ambassador and Australian Olympian Riley Day said the iconic community Fun Run provides an exciting all-terrain course. “The lush Toohey Forest surrounding […]
More than 800 people took part in the annual event hosted by Griffith Sport, following a COVID-enforced hiatus in 2020.
A family passion for rowing and a commitment to supporting community has seen the Bitzios family actively involved with Griffith University for generations.
This year's Griffith Sport Logan Fun Run will be a family affair for the Neja clan, who are flying in from the US to support their eldest son, Tim, who is on the autism spectrum.
Despite a gloomy weather outlook, spirits at this year's Toohey Trail Run were jubilant.