Events for 05 September, 2019

2019 Griffith University Strata Title Conference

2019 Griffith University Strata Title Conference

2019 Griffith University Strata Title Conference: Rise. 4-6 September. The Star, Gold Coast. Registration now open!
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.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Challenges of Electricity Supply in India:  Evolving Market Structure and Political Economy Issues

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Challenges of Electricity Supply in India: Evolving Market Structure and Political Economy Issues

In this presentation, Dr Pradeep Perera, Head of Energy Sector Operations for India, Asian Development Bank will discuss the challenges of Electricity Supply in India: The Evolving Market Structure and Political Economy Issues.
Sustainability Week

Sustainability Week

Become involved with Griffith's Sustainability agenda through an exciting array of activities - including workshops, stalls and give-aways at the Sustainability Fair on the Gold Coast campus and Enviro events on Nathan, Logan, Mt Gravatt and South Bank campuses.
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.
Sustainability Week

Sustainability Week

Sustainability Week @QCA Library

A series of installations will be presented at the Glassbox and Library at QCA SouthBank Campus
Glassbox: Works by Claire Tracey and Annique Goldenberg
Library windows: Clare Poppi, Grace Cuell and Pamela See
Wellness Walks

Wellness Walks

Join the SRC and GUPSA's friendly WALi Student Leaders for gentle walks around Nathan, Mt Gravatt & QCA Campuses during Sustainability Week. Please wear appropriate footwear and sun protection.
Bimblebox 153 Birds

Bimblebox 153 Birds

This exhibition is an installation of artist prints, poetry, prose and musicians' birdcalls by over 450 people worldwide who have been inspired by the birdlife of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge
EcoCentre forum: Listening to Changing Climates

EcoCentre forum: Listening to Changing Climates

Join us at the EcoCentre to celebrate Griffith University Sustainability Week with our next forum, Listening to Changing Climates, presented by Griffith's own Dr Leah Barclay.
Dr Barclay will be sharing with us her research on ecoacoustics, merging art, science and technology to harness the power of sound to preserve the planet's waterways.
Listening to Changing Climates: Community Forum

Listening to Changing Climates: Community Forum

Join us at the EcoCentre to celebrate Griffith University Sustainability Week with our next forum, Listening to Changing Climates, presented by Griffith's own Dr Leah Barclay.