A radio broadcast in 1978 was the catalyst for Griffith alumnus Judy Staggs' inspiring journey as an international educator
Learning another language has multiple benefits and can also increase career outcomes.
Nathaniel Mitchell will explain in just 60 seconds how we can be rude... politely!
Georgia Sands explains in just 60 seconds about the power of a single Chinese word which sums up so much.
Dr Diana Forker talks to us about the unique history and language of the Sanzhi village which is in danger of dying out.
The winner of Griffith University's Three Minute Thesis competition, PhD candidate Nathaniel Mitchell has long been fascinated by perceptions of impoliteness in society. In fact, he believes people are choosing to be rude.
Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus became a multilingual metropolis when more than 5000 people, including 1500 competitors, attended the recent Gold Coast Languages Speech Contest. Students, family and representatives from the three tiers of education flocked to Griffith for the annual event hosted by the University and the Gold Coast branch of the Modern Language Teachers […]