Events for 06 September, 2018

Enviro event

Enviro event

Come along to an Enviro event as part of Griffith's Sustainability Week celebrations. You will find an exciting array of workshops, activities and stalls.
War on Coffee Cups

War on Coffee Cups

Join us in the fight against disposable coffee cups! To participate, place your used coffee cups in the collection tubes that will be installed around campus. And come say hi to the GCSE staff at Campus Heart during sustainability week where you can complete a survey and get a free reusable coffee cup!
Griffith Business School Alumni Career Management Workshop Series

Griffith Business School Alumni Career Management Workshop Series

Gain practical strategies and resources to plan your career with this Career Management Workshop Series! This Career Management Workshop Series co hosted by the Griffith Business School Alumni Network and BusinessPLUS is designed and delivered exclusively for Griffith Business School graduates and current students with over five years professional experience.
Griffith Library Lightning Talks: Waste Wars

Griffith Library Lightning Talks: Waste Wars

Come and listen to our Griffith academics battle it out on the podium about the war with ewaste, plastic bags and pollution! What have our researchers discovered? What will it mean to live in an increasingly polluted and wasteful world? Expect to be challenged!
Mature Student Open Evening

Mature Student Open Evening

Get the right advice on study options and support for mature age and postgraduate students.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Hierarchies of misery in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Hierarchies of misery in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines

Whose suffering counts in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines? In this presentation, Nicole Curato enquires into the unequal distribution of compassion among "communities of misery' in a nation that has been beset with a series of tragedies. I compare two case studies: disaster survivors from Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 and the families left behind by police and vigilante killings of Duterte's controversial war on drugs.
Perspectives:Asia Lecture: Referenda on independence in New Caledonia and the autonomous region of Bougainville

Perspectives:Asia Lecture: Referenda on independence in New Caledonia and the autonomous region of Bougainville

Violent conflicts in New Caledonia (1980s) and Bougainville (1990s) were ended by political settlements between France and New Caledonia, and Papua New Guinea and Bougainville and could result in creation of two new small and potentially wealthy (mineral rich) Pacific states before the end of the current decade.

Our panellists will share their insights on the upcoming referendums the role Australia can play as a near neighbor, within this historic process.
Circular Economy - whose responsibility?

Circular Economy - whose responsibility?

Celebrating Griffith Sustainability Week, we have the pleasure of Rebecca Gilling, Deputy CEO of Planet Ark as the guest presenter for our next community forum.
Book Exchange

Book Exchange

Mt Gravatt campus Book Exchange - daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm in the Arts and Music Building M09 Level 1 foyer near the library. Feel free to leave a book, take a book or just come and browse.
Useful Tasks: Phil Aitken

Useful Tasks: Phil Aitken

Solo exhibition comprising of the practical component of Phil Aitken's DVA.
Austerity Discotheque: Andrew Frost

Austerity Discotheque: Andrew Frost

An exhibition of work comprising the practical component of Andrew Frost's MVA.