Two Singaporean Griffith Education graduates have been recognised in Singapore’s national Skillsfuture award program. Master of Training and Development (offshore) graduate Colonel Sng Hock Lin received the Exemplary SkillsFuture Award for his work on Public Sector Transformation. Colonel Lin was responsible for the transformation of the Army Logistics Training Institute (ALTI) Singapore, to a future-ready […]
Griffith University’s School of Education and Professional Studies and the National Institute of Education (NIE) at Nanyang Technological University signed the first pre-service student teacher exchange agreement between Australia and Singapore. Starting from July this year, Singaporean teaching students will have the opportunity to undertake their professional placement in Southeast Queensland through the exchange agreement […]
After being submersed in the rich culture of Indonesia and Singapore for three weeks, 13 students from the Queensland College of Art have expressed, interpreted and reflected upon their experiences for the Jalan-Jalan exhibition opening soon. The works comment on the meeting of artistic minds as students joined with many of the professional and emerging […]
Within a year of starting their marketing and corporate consultancy business, success was upon a Griffith graduate sister act. Dani-elle Davidson and Paula Grant are directors and co-owners of XiXi Lu, which specialises in premium marketing strategies and operational support. Dani-elle is a Bachelor of Laws (Hons)/ Bachelor of International Business and Graduate Diploma of […]
Effective models of continuing education and training (CET) for the Australian workforce have recently been identified as part of a research project completed by members of the Professional, Vocational and Continuing Education (PVCE) team at Griffith. The three year national project was funded through a National Centre for Vocational Education Research grant. Findings of the […]
Griffith Asia Institute
More than two decades ago, the idea of positioning Queensland produce in South-East Asian markets was daunting. Today these same markets are open for business and Queensland is well placed to be a leading player. In an article for The Courier Mail’s Queensland Business monthly, Dr Robin Roberts from the Griffith Asia Institute discusses Australia’s […]
After winning the local stage of the CFA Institute Research Challenge in Sydney late last year, a formidable Griffith Business School team will contest the Asia Pacific regional final in Singapore on 24 April.