When research goes awry: getting back on the horse

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Two academics walked into a pub… One beer coaster-transcribed book proposal and a pre-existing publisher’s meeting later comes 33 tales of trial and tribulation from researchers across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Republic of Ireland, USA, Malaysia and Europe, in this collection from editors, Associate Professor Keith Townsend (WOW) and Professor Mark Saunders (University of […]

Eye tracking research offers new perspective

Young adult sitting with a group of children on a doorstep.
Griffith Business School
By Amy Brticevich Students and staff with an interest in either volunteering or travel or both are encouraged to participate in a Griffith University study on volunteer tourism. Devised by Dr Alexandra Coghlan from the Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management, the study aims to discover how viewing online promotional material influences a person’s […]