A weekly mini-festival series of original live music launches this Friday to present the next big thing in the local music scene.
New Professor of Public Service Innovation at Griffith University’s School of Government and International Relations, Gary Sturgess AM, has voiced his concerns for the craft of public service.
Griffith University’s Open Day is on this Sunday 11 August with thousands of people expected to attend for a festival-like experience at the Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses. Every year our Australian Universities open their campuses to the public to share their wealth of staff, facilities and ideas with aspiring students of all […]
Griffith Asia Institute
How social media is changing the way terrorists operate will be explored in a public lecture presented by Australia’s Counter Terrorism Ambassador, His Excellency, Bill Paterson today. “Despite a significant record of counter-terrorism success, jihadist terrorism has endured and has diffused and dispersed,” Mr Paterson said. He said social media were increasingly key terrorist communications […]
Elly Hoyt, Queensland Conservatorium jazz vocal graduate, has won a Bell Award for Best Australian Jazz Vocal 2011 for her first self titled CD. Elly joins a growing list of recent national award winners, and nominees from the South Bank campus. Jazz is a highly complex and specialised music form and Elly’s natural affinity for […]
US criminologist Professor Daniel Nagin will argue it is possible to reduce crime and punishment at a free public lecture at Griffith University on Thursday, March 17. Professor Nagin says crime, prison costs, and imprisonment numbers can be reduced if policy-makers move from a reliance on severity-based policies to a more effective use of police […]