Events for 17 May, 2018

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Deng Xiaoping and China's Foreign Policy

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Deng Xiaoping and China's Foreign Policy

This presentation will focus on Professor Ronald Keith's 2018 Routledge, London book publication, Deng Xiaoping and China's Foreign Policy which is the sequel to the earlier Macmillan/St. Martin's publication, The Diplomacy of Zhou Enlai. Professor Keith will elaborate on why Deng can be regarded as having one of the most sophisticated and constructive foreign policies of the twentieth century.
Mature Student Open Evening

Mature Student Open Evening

Speak to our specialist advisers and find out what to expect from your chosen degree, opportunities for credit for prior learning and professional work experience, the application process, and financing your degree.
Understanding the literacy profiles of students with autism to support learning and development during the early years of schooling

Understanding the literacy profiles of students with autism to support learning and development during the early years of schooling

Students with autism are at increased risk of persistent reading difficulties. This presentation will focus on current evidence-based practice for providing reading instruction for young school-age students with autism.
Privacy Awareness Week

Privacy Awareness Week

In Keeping with the theme for the week: Value personal data - it's worth protecting, members of the community are also encouraged to protect their personal information too, particularly when interacting online.
Perspectives:Asia -The future of Chinese leadership in the global economy

Perspectives:Asia -The future of Chinese leadership in the global economy

As China's relative economic position has continued to rise, it has also sought a growing role in global economic governance. Join Professor Cameron Thies, Director of the School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University at the 17 May Perspectives:Asia seminar as he discusses the political and economic implications of Chinese aspirations?