Brainiacs and ExSTEMinators crowned winners on the final day of the STEM Cup.
Ashley Godfrey is the inaugural recipient of the $10,000 Art in Bark Bursary which supports students from remote or regional areas of Queensland. Ashley is studying for a Bachelor of Fine Art at the Queensland College of Art.
Griffith is one of Australia’s two top universities when it comes to elite athletes choosing where they want to study according to research conducted by the Australian Institute of Sport.
The future leaders of Australia put their strategic thinking and problem solving skills to the test on September 13 when Griffith University hosted the Tournament of Minds (TOM) state finals. More than 700 school-aged students from across Queensland gathered at Nathan Campus to compete in a series of stimulating challenges designed to mirror the qualities that […]
Griffith University is proud to be the main sponsor of the 2015 Asia Pacific Cities Summit Young Professionals ’ Forum, to be held in Brisbane from 5-8 July. The Young Professionals Forum will this year form part of the Asia Pacific Cities Summit, to give young people and emerging leaders an opportunity to contribute to […]
Griffith University and the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney will present the International Dialogue on Women in Leadership at South Bank on November 16 and 17.
Griffith Journalism students are gearing up to provide coverage of the G20 Leaders summit in Brisbane next month.