The 20th anniversary of Griffith University's Planning Discipline saw academics, graduates, students, staff and industry representatives gather this week for a celebration at the Nathan campus
Griffith University's Head of Urban and Environmental Planning, Professor Darryl Low Choy, has been made a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia
An invasive bird species is carrying, and potentially spreading, a high prevalence of avian malaria throughout its range in eastern Australia, a Griffith University PhD candidate has uncovered.
As Australia engages in fierce debate over shark culling, new research reveals the vital connection between larger ocean predators, carbon storage and climate change
If Griffith architecture student Matthew Boyle has any say on the Gold Coast’s controversial cruise ship terminal, it will look a lot like this. Matthew’s proposed design, to be situated on Wavebreak Island, focuses on the spatial qualities of the Gold Coast in an attempt to reveal the city’s landscape to visitors in an abstract way. […]
Five Griffith University academics have been recognised as among the best teachers in the nation.
Dr Tim Stevens has taken marine biology at Griffith University to a whole new level. With the creation of a marine life identification app, a field course at Heron Island and a new innovative curriculum, he has increased student enrolments, improved student engagement and retention and facilitated graduate employability. In recognition of his dedication Dr […]