Events for 22 August, 2019

Opening the Door to the world of  Philanthropic Giving

Opening the Door to the world of Philanthropic Giving

A session presented by Development & Alumni staff to create awareness of how to secure philanthropic funding.
QBM Griffith MBA Responsible Leadership Scholarships competition closing date 4 Sep

QBM Griffith MBA Responsible Leadership Scholarships competition closing date 4 Sep

Queensland Business Monthly and Griffith Business School are searching for the responsible leaders of the future. If you measure success in sense rather than dollars, then this could be you. Offering a total prize package in excess of $130,000, we encourage the next generation of business leaders to enter.

Visit the website for more information - www.griffith.edu.au/qbm

Applications open Friday 26 July and close Wednesday 4 September 2019.
You can lead to a Horse to Water…

You can lead to a Horse to Water…

A group exhibition from students of the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University that puts to each artist this one seemingly simple challenge: to paint a glass of water.
Brisbane Brief, a pop-up exhibition

Brisbane Brief, a pop-up exhibition

Sullivan+Strumpf presents Brisbane Brief a pop-up exhibition in Brisbane at POP Gallery, Griffith University.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Asia's role in the Global Nuclear Order

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Asia's role in the Global Nuclear Order

In this presentation, Dr Benjamin Zala, Research Fellow, Department of International Relations, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University presents Asia's role in the Global Nuclear Order - outlining a set of principles for the peaceful management of nuclear dangers in the region. These principles will be used to discuss the early initiatives that might be explored for the next phase of Asia's nuclear future.
Altered Realities, Alison James

Altered Realities, Alison James

This solo exhibition from Queensland College of Art, Griffith University honours student Alison James explores the experience of living in an online world and chronicles the journey of an explorer of our altered realities.