The agreement, signed with the Jeollanamdo International Education Institute (JIEI) and SL Successful Life (SL), provides professional development opportunities.
In a bid to help nurture the future of the journalism and media professions, Griffith University has been awarded five $40,000 Regional Journalism Scholarships funded by the Federal Government. The grants will assist students from regional or remote areas to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become effective journalists in the contemporary news media industry. […]
Cementing its place as the number one university for the creative arts in Australia, Griffith University has launched the Griffith Centre for Creative Industries at the Gold Coast campus.
Award-winning novelist and journalist Matthew Condon has joined Griffith’s School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences as journalist-in-residence.
Japanese lecturer Dr Taeko Imura has won the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Griffith University Teacher of the Year.
Humanities graduates possess a unique set of transferable skills, are capable of working across disciplines and adept at finding solutions to complex problems. “A humanities degree has two great values. First, it gives students a deeper understanding of society, culture and people and develops the skills needed to thrive in an ever-changing global environment,’’ says […]
Internationally renowned journalist and eminent thought leader Stan Grant will join Griffith University as Professor of Global Affairs in December.