Griffith University’s commitment to breaking the cycle of disadvantage in Logan has been bolstered by a $5.5 million grant from the Paul Ramsay Foundation that will fund an expansive community-based research program.
Primary education student Tanielle, aims to major in physical education and admits she has to work hard to balance her studies with a budding career as a 100m hurdler that has had its fair share of injuries and training setbacks.
The profound experience of having a family member cope with intellectual impairment inspired Gold Coaster Danielle Ward to pursue a Master of Autism Studies at Griffith University. The 24-year-old said she had spent years observing her brother Brendan’s courageous battle for social inclusion and hoped to use her degree to strive for positive outcomes for people with […]
A degree convened by Griffith University’s Dr Alison Sammel is addressing both the shortage of mathematics and physics teachers in Australia and the reality of the 21st century classroom. Newly offered at the Gold Coast campus in 2013, Dr Sammel said the Bachelor of Education – Secondary embraced a holistic approach to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge […]