Events for 28 March, 2019

Griffith STEM Roadshow - Darwin

Griffith STEM Roadshow - Darwin

Discover more about the exciting career opportunities available to students who study STEM disciplines and how Griffith University can help make those careers a reality. Join us for an interactive evening as participants receive advice on how best to place themselves in tomorrow's job market as well as find out more about the diversity and uniqueness of our STEM programs and how we prepare students for future employment.
Perspectives:Asia Lecture: Mangoro market meri: Women guardians of the mangroves in PNG

Perspectives:Asia Lecture: Mangoro market meri: Women guardians of the mangroves in PNG

The Nature Conservancy is an international NGO working with women across PNG to address mangrove loss and women's empowerment through the Mangoro Market Meri (MMM) project. Using MMM as a case study, Barbara and Robyn will engage with the current status of mangroves in PNG and how women and communities currently utilise mangrove livelihood and techniques to develop a scheme to link them to ​larger scale economic benefits for conservation.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Neoliberalism in action: the case of a post-communist state in Eurasia (Georgia)

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Neoliberalism in action: the case of a post-communist state in Eurasia (Georgia)

In this presentation, Iyanatul (Yan) Islam, Adjunct Professor, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University explores the Eurasia post-communist state of Georgia. Georgia was regarded as a case of "radical, catch-up reforms'. These reforms conform closely to the guiding principles of economic neoliberalism.
Self -Dissection

Self -Dissection

Four artists from the Queensland College of Art offer an insight into the complexity of women's lived experiences and the intersection of identity, gender and culture.
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As a part of both artist's current PHD candidature, this exhibition unites practices that explore notions of self and metamorphism through the corrupted and unruly body.
COMING TOGETHER THROUGH STRENGTH & CULTURE

COMING TOGETHER THROUGH STRENGTH & CULTURE

This exhibition in a part of the Pacific Arts Association 13th Symposium being hosted in Brisbane from 24th March - 28th March
WHERE TO FROM HERE?

WHERE TO FROM HERE?

This exhibition presents a selection of works as part of Susan Gourley's Doctor of Visual Arts final assessment.