Events for 04 October, 2018

Growing Tall Poppies Program

Growing Tall Poppies Program

The Growing Tall Poppies program is an aspirational program for Year 10 female high school students considering a future career in science, with a focus on physics. The program focuses on physics as a catalyst for solving real-world issues, breaking down stereotypes about physics being hard and only for boys, increasing girls' identity with physics skills and highlights career pathways and frontiers. Registration is essential and open NOW!!
Smashed Tack - Justin Garnsworthy

Smashed Tack - Justin Garnsworthy

Smashed Tack - Justin Garnsworthy. On view at POP Gallery from Wednesday, 26 September - Satuday, 6 October 2018.
Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Advanced

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Advanced

This course is designed as an advanced course in Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) for existing AMOS users. The course is divided into four parts: revision of basic concepts, constructing composite variables for use in SEM, advanced single-level models and advanced multi-level models. Be quick to register as there are limited places available.
LFC Seminar Series: Law and Society Futures: Socio-legal Evaluations of Interagency Responses to Intimate Partner Violence

LFC Seminar Series: Law and Society Futures: Socio-legal Evaluations of Interagency Responses to Intimate Partner Violence

Professor Nan Seuffert will present her co-authored paper entitled "Law and Society Futures: Socio-legal Evaluations of Interagency Responses to Intimate Partner Violence" as part of the LFC Seminar Series.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Everyday torture: An ecological approach

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Everyday torture: An ecological approach

In many countries throughout the world, torture, and cruel and inhuman treatment and punishment are not exceptional acts, but form part of the routine practice of security sector and law enforcement organisations. ​Distinct from the "spectacular torture' that attracts the gaze of the international community, this type of torture often recedes into the background. This seminar explores extensive empirical work conducted on the use of torture by the police in Sri Lanka and Nepal.
Celebrating Women in Academia

Celebrating Women in Academia

Griffith Institute for Educational Research in partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast is delighted to present a very special event:

'Celebrating Women in Academia'

The event is led by Professor Greer Johnson, Director of the Griffith Institute for Educational Research and Dr Ali Black, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast.
Electric Vehicles - The Voltage

Electric Vehicles - The Voltage

Australia's electric vehicle industry is slowly gaining momentum with more companies creating cost-effective and affordable vehicles. Some people are keen to jump on the bandwagon while others are reluctant to embrace the new technology. Come along to hear electric vehicle owner, author and presenter, John Murray, talk about ownership and the benefits of owning an electric vehicle.
Design and Digital Research Seminar Series - Towards the Third Paradigm: Making design process explicit

Design and Digital Research Seminar Series - Towards the Third Paradigm: Making design process explicit

Mike's presentation takes a retrospective look at his design pedagogy research, focusing around creative processes and interpretation, particularly the process of interpreting words into pictures. Within an educational context, he is interesed in helping to de-mystify the design process to assist students to develop stronger meta-cognitive awareness of their approach to design and to help them understand the symbolic relationship between critical and creative thinking.