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.
Dr Soheil Abedian is a pioneer and not just in the prestige property industry. The Iranian-born developer has now been recognised as a leader in philanthropy and higher education.
A palpable spirit of togetherness energised yesterday’s inter-campus bushwalk to mark National Reconciliation Week 2017. The first of two Walk and Talk events this week, each hosted by GUMURRII Student Support Unit, took a record number of participants from Griffith’s Mt Gravatt campus to the Nathan campus under the soft autumn sunshine. Amidst the mix of […]
Griffith celebrates Global Corporate Challenge achievements
Courtney Williams, from the Queensland Conservatorium, is the 2015 winner of Griffith's Three Minute Thesis Challenge
Griffith staff step up for the Global Corporate Challenge.
Darling Downs regional communities and Griffith University health students are benefitting from the new Stanthorpe Clinical Education Facility. Based at the Stanthorpe Hospital, the $1.3m facility was officially opened last Friday 20 June by The Honourable Bruce Scott MP, Federal LNP Member for Maranoa. “This facility and those like it at Kingaroy and Warwick are unique […]