Second year Bachelor of Pharmacy student Kelly Meuleman was in India when she learned she'd won one of six STEM scholarships.
The Griffith Credentials program has been established to benefit students and graduates in response to the changing needs of employers.
For the first time, Griffith Open Day will offer visitors the chance to hear from two of the University’s senior leaders about how students are being equipped for the workplaces of the future. Griffith’s Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Professor Debra Henly and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Engagement) Professor Martin Betts will discuss some of the latest developments and innovations, to global internship opportunities and career-focused learning.
In meeting the needs of a rapidly-changing world, Griffith University has launched a Digital campus.
The University is the first in Australia to sign up as a partner.
The 2015 Pro Vice Chancellor’s Griffith Sciences Excellence Awards were presented this week and celebrated a year of outstanding achievement. Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Debra Henly said performances across areas such as student learning, research, sustainability, support services and health and safety had contributed significantly to the rise of Griffith University through the world university […]
In a ceremony held at the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre, Nobel Prize for Chemistry contender Dr San Thang has been named Griffith Sciences' Outstanding Alumnus of the Year