Events for 05 November, 2015

Week 14 (Teaching)

Week 14 (Teaching)

GriffithBUSINESS Ambassador Workshop

GriffithBUSINESS Ambassador Workshop

GriffithBUSINESS Ambassadors Program provides a unique opportunity for high school students to expand their understanding of the business world and develop real-life enterprise skills. Open to year 10 and 11 students studying a business subject, or students interested in business as a career, the program explores one relevant business topic in each seminar.

Graduation registration now open

Graduation registration now open

December graduation registration is now open via: Portal > Student > Graduation and beyond > Graduation registration.

Students must be ‘Approved’ to graduate and register by 5.00pm on Friday 4 December in order to graduate. Under no circumstances can late approvals or registrations be accepted.

Rent

Rent

 Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning rock musical about a year in the life of a group of young artists in New York’s East Village as they strive to live, love and stay true to their non-conformist ideals.

Book, music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson.
Musical arrangements by Steve Skinner.
Original Concept/Additional Lyrics by Billy Aronson.
Music Supervision & Additional Arrangements by Tim Weil
Dramaturg Lynn Thoms...

Securing Australia's Food and Water Systems

Securing Australia's Food and Water Systems

 Join our discussion with Associate Professor Rebecca Ford from the Environmental Futures Research Institute and Associate Professor Sue Jackson from the Australian Rivers Institute to delve into the broad and complex topic with its many intertwined issues. Explore the major factors that require immediate consideration for securing equitable food and water resources for all Australians.

Peer Review/Feedback Event - Governing the climate change regime - An interactive decision support tool

Peer Review/Feedback Event - Governing the climate change regime - An interactive decision support tool

Come along and explore the governance of climate change in an interative and online environment in the lead up to negotiations in Paris. This peer review/feedback event will be hosted by the designers of the interactive climate change map. Bring your own laptop/iPad.

PERSPECTIVES:ASIA SEMINAR - Life as a Weapon: Do suicide bombings really make sense?

PERSPECTIVES:ASIA SEMINAR - Life as a Weapon: Do suicide bombings really make sense?

Professor Riaz Hassan AM, Director of the International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding, University of South Australia presents 'Life as a Weapon: Do suicide bombings really make sense?' our as part of our PERSPECTIVES:ASIA seminar series on 5 November, 6:00 - 7:30pm at Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art.