Living and studying together is par for the course for Griffith Medicine students Michael and Carissa Holland.
The seventh annual Thanksgiving Service will take place this Thursday (October 15), as Griffith University will honour the 43 people who have bequeathed their bodies to the Body Donation Program over the past 12 months.
A special Thanksgiving Service took place last night, Wednesday (October 29), when Griffith honoured the 57 people who have bequeathed their bodies to the Body Donation Program over the past 12 months.
On Monday 29 September 2014 Prof Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International), Griffith University hosted a delegation from Thammasat University at the Gold Coast campus. The visit saw the signing of a Letter of Intent with Associate Professor Kammal Kumar Pava, Dean of Chulaborn International College of Medicine, Thammasat University. The Letter of Intent focused […]
A place to respectfully scatter ashes and to allow the quiet reflection for the families of deceased loved ones is the purpose of the Griffith University Memorial Sculpture.
Griffith student Wayne Kennedy playing Flower of Scotland on the bagpipes will be one of the highlights at the fifth annual Griffith University Thanksgiving service in recognition of body donors this Thursday.
The sound of Griffith student Wayne Kennedy playing Amazing Grace on the bagpipes will be one of the highlights at the fourth annual Griffith University Thanksgiving service in recognition of body donors this Thursday. Wayne says the occasion is not lost on him. “It is a fantastic privilege to be able to play the pipes at such an […]