A Griffith grad working for one of the most well known media brands in the world shows that humble beginnings don’t necessarily dictate your career trajectory.
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 […]
On 15 and 16 February 2017, Griffith University welcomed an official visit from The Health and Family Planning Commission of Guangdong Province, People’s Republic of China, with the intention to reflect on their long standing relationship and sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The MoU will further build public health capacity building and research collaborations […]
The Rector of University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Austria and delegation made a visit to Griffith University today to sign a renewal of the current student exchange agreement between Griffith University and BOKU. The renewal of this agreement, signed by Professor Sarah Todd, Vice President (Global), Griffith University and Professor Martin […]
World-renowned scientists, postgraduate and undergraduate students will gather at Griffith University today for the First Joint Workshop on Soil and Food Security between Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), China and Griffith University. Hosted by Griffith’s Environmental Futures Research Institute, the workshop hopes to facilitate collaborative research and joint funding applications between the Universities. They will also […]
A graduation speech to make hairs stand on the back of your neck.
Griffith Asia Institute
Professor Andrew O’Neil responds to an article in the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s Blog, The Strategist, on Australia as a middle power. Read the full article and responses here.