A remarkable group of Griffith University undergraduate students have been named as 2021 New Colombo Plan scholars.
At the recent visit, Professor Allan Cripps, Pro Vice Chancellor (Health) at Griffith welcomed the delegation led by Professor Liu, and including representatives from KMU’s Office of Global Affairs and a number of KMU Alumni as they met for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Griffith Asia Institute
The Gold Coast is moving up the ladder of Asian golf’s major centres after Griffith snares the right to host the 2014 World Scientific Conference on Golf (WSCG). The event, set to be held at the Gold Coast’s Royal Pines Resort has previously been held every four years at either St Andrews in Scotland or […]
Leading international representatives from the film and screen industry will converge on Brisbane this weekend to explore the possibility of developing an Asia Pacific Screen Laboratory. The proposed initiative will be modelled on some of the world’s most notable screen labs such as Sundance, Binger and EU’s ‘EAVE European Producers Workshop and will be considered […]
Who are the people behind community creativity? From youth culture to urban planning, from music-making to new media and online communities, the second Griffith University Creative Communities Conference held from September 21-23 will explore these themes. Hosted by the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, the conference follows a successful first event in 2009, and features […]
Griffith Business School
As the western world moves into an information age experts from around the world are getting together to develop strategies to ensure developing countries don’t get left behind. Experts will gather at the 5th World Association for Sustainable Development Conference (WASD), jointly hosted by the Griffith Asia Institute and the Griffith Business School (GBS), in […]