A team of researchers led by the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research in collaboration with The Sarawak Museum Department have become the first to date drawings in Gua Sireh Cave in Sarawak, uncovering a sad story of conflict in the process.
Dr Anthony Lawrence has won Australia's most lucrative poetry prize.
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From a young age, humanitarian Simon Lewis has been driven to make a difference in the community that surrounds him. His innate drive to improve life for his fellow man and make the seemingly impossible, possible — has found him success in his personal and professional life, all while staying humble. Simon’s credits his mother, […]
Industry change-maker Communications alumnus Alanna Bastin-Byrne is the Director of Femeconomy, a national membership organisation that educates how purchasing decisions can create gender equality. Femeconomy’s approved companies have at least 30% women on the Board of Directors or 50% female ownership, ‘Companies with female leaders are more likely to have workplace flexibility and less likely […]
Three Griffith University scholars are shining a light on the state's untold stories after receiving prestigious fellowships at the State Library of Queensland.
Limited by a lack of resources, funding and training, emergency management in Mongolia is faced with a series of challenges recognised by policy makers and medical leaders including the Mongolian Society for Emergency Medicine. A delegation of four senior medical officials from the Mongolian Society of Emergency Medicine visited Griffith University’s Nathan campus last week […]
The largest study of South-East Siberian rock art since the 1980s reveals the complex web of human social and cultural connections drawn over thousands of years.