Queensland College of Art students are among the first in Australia to embark on a new creative arts and design exchange to Indonesia. The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is piloting a new national program, which attracted more than 100 students from across Australia.
Griffith University business student Ashleigh McFarland always had a long-held ambition to work overseas, although her reasons for doing so are more textured than a desire to simply bolster her resume.
Last week, Indonesian representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture met with Griffith University leaders, researchers and RHD students to discuss the possibilities of strengthening cooperation between Indonesia and Australia in the fields of environmental science and food security. Professor Russell Trood (Director, Griffith Asia Institute) extended a warm welcome to the delegation and introduced Griffith […]
Dr Ki-Hoon Lee from the Griffith Asia Institute and the Department of International Business and Asian Studies has been awarded a grant for his upcoming project “Developing Indonesian Business Leaders’ Capabilities through Sustainability Management”. “Since the impact of sustainability on business and society can be enormous in short- and long-term, it is important to shift […]
Griffith University Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Sarah Todd, and Griffith Asia Institute Director, Professor Russell Trood, led a delegation to Jakarta in early May to strengthen institutional partnerships. Professor Todd hosted an alumni event (pictured) at the Pullman Hotel attended by Griffith alumni, partners and friends. Griffith has graduated a significant number of alumni who now […]
Russell Trood and Colin Brown were invited speakers at an international conference organised by the International Relations Students Association of Parahyangan University, in Bandung, Indonesia on 8 May. The primary theme of the conference was “G-Zero : The Absence of Global Leadership”. Russell Trood’s paper addressed this theme, looking at the idea of G Zero, […]
Many Australians spend a good deal of time contemplating life in the smallest room in the house, but few realise that the ‘porcelain throne’ is not just an item of convenience – it’s a valuable tool for preventing disease. At the 2nd International Seminar on Public Health and Education (ISPHE) in Semerang, Indonesia this week; […]