Events for 03 November, 2016

Study Week (all campuses)

Study Week (all campuses)

Study Week (all campuses)
experience@griffith, Course and Teaching Surveys open to students

experience@griffith, Course and Teaching Surveys open to students

experience@griffith, Course and Teaching Surveys open to students
Queensland College of Art Gold Coast: Studio Art, Photo Media and Honours graduate exhibition (Bachelor of Digital Media, Gold Coast)

Queensland College of Art Gold Coast: Studio Art, Photo Media and Honours graduate exhibition (Bachelor of Digital Media, Gold Coast)

Exhibition featuring the work of graduating Studio Art, Photo Media and Honours students from the Queensland College of Art, Gold Coast.
Extracting strategic advantage from public data sources

Extracting strategic advantage from public data sources

Join our expert panel of industry sector professionals, as they explore the opportunities and debate the challenges of open data at this free Friends of the Library event.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China

This talk is based on the book by Dr Luigi Tomba, The Government Next Door: Neighborhood Politics in Urban China (Cornell University Press), that was recently awarded the 2016 Joseph Levenson Prize by the Association for Asian Studies. The book investigates how the goals of a government consolidated in a distant authority materialize in citizens' everyday lives.
Griffith APEC Study Centre Panel Event: Should Australia Be More Open to Foreign Investment?

Griffith APEC Study Centre Panel Event: Should Australia Be More Open to Foreign Investment?

Australia has persistently attracted foreign investment for over two centuries, yet foreign investment still remains a contentious policy issue, often interpreted simply as 'selling off the farm'. At this symposium a panel of experts with related experience in industry and government will explore reasons for that, and whether Australia would be better served by attracting more foreign investment.