Events for 29 August, 2019

Gold Coast Schools Science Competition

Gold Coast Schools Science Competition

The 33rd annual Gold Coast Science Competition aims to raise the profile of STEM in our community and encourages students to demonstrate their STEM abilities by entering a project into one of five categories. The competition is the largest of its type in Queensland and the competition is fierce with over 500 entries received in 2018.

For the Latest go to www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences/science-on-the-go/events-activities

Registrations open NOW!!
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Biomedical Research at Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Biomedical Research at Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology
Professor Nguyen's presentation will focus on biomedical applications and presents the past and current works being undertaken by QMNC on micro/nanofluidics, lab on a chip, lab on skin, organ on a chip, three-dimensional cell culture, point-of-care diagnostics of diseases, and implantable microdevices.
Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox poses questions about how landscape is mediated in the age of the drone.
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.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | A Critical Political Analysis of the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agenda

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | A Critical Political Analysis of the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agenda

In this presentation, Dr Heloise Weber, Senior Lecturer, School of Political Science and International Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Queensland presents a critical political analysis of the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Agenda and argues that the SDG agenda does not address poverty as deprivation, and thereby exacerbates a fundamental injustice.
Lawless: Kimberley Motley In Conversation with Damien Carrick

Lawless: Kimberley Motley In Conversation with Damien Carrick

Considered one of the most effective defense attorneys operating in Afghanistan, American lawyer Kimberley Motley will be in conversation with award-winning journalist and lawyer Damien Carrick (ABC's Law Report). Her radical approach has seen sentences overturned for Afghans and Westerners, men and women, all of whom have been subject to appalling miscarriages of justice.
Where the Lost Things Go, Niomi Sands

Where the Lost Things Go, Niomi Sands

Solo exhibiting from Mid North Coast based artist Niomi Sands which explores the often over looked collections of lost property.
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.