The appointment is just one part of a multifaceted agreement with industry partner AMP.
Caitlene Hillman has added another feather to her already-well-plumed cap, enjoying success on the national stage.
Industry and academia will focus on delivering and managing a Build-to-Rent market within a whole-of-life approach.
The university has a long and decorated history with the competition, now in its eighth year.
Final-year student Emily Saunders says the award has provided her with "immense" benefits for her studies.
Griffith University student Azaria Bell has had a spectacular year in 2017, and her latest achievement – being named University Student of the Year at this month’s Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) Awards – is yet another proverbial feather in her bountifully plumed cap. Announced at the annual FPA Professionals Congress in Hobart, Azaria’s award […]
More than 80 per cent of Gen X and Y Australians won't be able to afford a comfortable retirement, according to research undertaken by Griffith University.