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.
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.
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) has announced Griffith University’s Associate Professor Clare Minahan will lead the Female Performance & Health Initiative (FPHI) in not one, but two major research groups working to optimise performance in female athletes. Associate Professor Minahan (School of Health Sciences and Social Work) has established the Operations and Advisory Research […]
Couchsurfing is a growing form of homelessness in many countries including Australia, however, new research suggests it is especially common within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.
A video game featuring a mystical character named Rumble has helped Griffith University researchers investigate how school kids fared following lockdown disruption.
Griffith University researchers have embarked on a groundbreaking project to end violence against women, gaining one of the biggest single funding investments for a longitudinal study across Australia and the Indo-Pacific region. Led by Monash University, the $35 million-dollar Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEVAW) will […]
From social justice leaders to health scientists, high achievers in aviation and tech entrepreneurs, Griffith University celebrates its bold and brilliant women this International Women’s Day. This year’s theme from United Nations Women Australia, ‘Cracking the Code’, honours those accelerating gender equality through inclusive innovation, research discoveries and digital technologies. Recipient of the Athena SWAN […]