Nights spent watching Judge Judy inspired Griffith University Indigenous law student Keeley Hughes to pursue a career in criminal law. Now she's secured a scholarship to help her achieve that goal.
Griffith University is solidifying itself as a 2032 legacy leader following exceptional representation and involvement at the Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) conference last month. The annual event invited key stakeholders from the Pacific Islands, New Zealand, and Australia to explore key issues, best practice, and the latest innovations across high performance, coaching, sport science, […]
Sophie Howe, the first Future Generations Commissioner for Wales, recently completed a successful two-week visit to Australia to promote the importance of a Future Generations Commissioner. Hosted by Professor Susan Harris Rimmer of the Policy Innovation Hub and the Centre for Policy Development, Sophie’s visit aimed to raise awareness about the benefits of taking a […]
Contributing to equality, diversity, and increased visibility of the LGBTIQA+ community, Griffith University is celebrating Pride Week and reflecting on the positive actions which help make Griffith an inclusive environment to work and study.
First-year criminology student and Griffith athlete Katja Dedekind has been selected to compete at the 2023 World Para Swimming Championships after sweeping success at this month’s National Swimming titles on the Gold Coast. Katja’s prosperous efforts in the pool saw her secure three gold medals and a spot in the Dolphins national swim team alongside […]
Griffith University has affirmed its support for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the terms set out in the proposed referendum to change the Constitution.
Engaging in physical activity for up to 150 minutes a week could prevent 185,000 new cases of anxiety and 1.1 million episodes of depression.