A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
Griffith University's new Creative Arts Research Institute will bring together leading thinkers from the music and performing arts, design, art and film worlds.
Dr Bianca Beetson will create one of Australia’s largest public artworks after securing a highly sought-after commission.
Professor Cindy Shannon, a descendent of the Ngugi people and one of Australia’s foremost higher education Indigenous leaders, will join Griffith University as Pro Vice Chancellor (Indigenous).
Two of just three Australian students chosen to present at the World Congress of Undergrad Research were from Griffith.
Does the traditional bush medicine Gumby Gumby actually work? What part does cultural safety play in physiotherapy graduates? How does the lack a birth certificate or registration affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander incarceration rates? These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 20 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. […]
Griffith University has been awarded nearly $1.4 million in National Health and Medical Research Council funding to develop new classes of antibiotics, further work around mosquito-borne viruses and improve outcomes for people with acute mental illness.