Using technology to enhance our knowledge of what grows in our region, including at Griffith University.
Griffith University, as part of its ongoing engagement with our local community, is highlighting the amazing biodiversity of our region. There are over 4,000 species of plants native to south-eastern Queensland, with more than 750 growing across Griffith University’s five campuses. To help students, staff and the community know more, and do more, with these plants, ...
Join us for an evening of wide ranging discussion drawing upon expertise in climate change policy, particularly with respect to the upcoming UNFCCC Paris Conference, and how Australia is adapting to a changing climate at local and state levels of Government.
The Student Services and Student Success areas will be reviewed (28-30 April 2015) as part of Griffith's regular reviews. You are invited to tell us about your experiences/views of the services provided (health services, counselling, career and employment services, scholarships, peer mentoring, orientation and transition, Honours College) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 April 2015. See your student email for more information.