Romance scams top the fraud list in Australia. Griffith researcher Jacqueline Drew tells us why.
Award-winning Griffith University alumnus and long-serving senior officer, Assistant Commissioner Peter Martin APM, has been appointed to a major new executive role within the Queensland Police Service
ICT student initiatives make mark at industry level
For over 20 years, Professor Paula Brough’s research has focussed on evaluating and enhancing the psychological health of workers. She is the leader of the Behavioural Basis of Health (research centre’s) Social and Organisational Psychology Research Unit, and WOW’s newest academic member. We spent five minutes with (a very busy) Paula to learn a little […]
Improved access to Queensland crime data is enhancing research, government accountability and crime prevention strategies. According to Griffith University’s Professor Anna Stewart, the proactive and regular release of information from government departments, especially the Queensland Police Service, has created a system of collaboration with clear benefits for the community. As one whose expertise is built upon […]
Don’t do anything through social media that you wouldn’t do in person. That’s the message from a panel of experts gathered by Griffith University recently, to debate the simmering topic of social media. The expert panel included Professor Mark Pearson, Professor of Journalism and Social Media, School of Humanities, Griffith University, Ms Tracy Whitelaw from […]