Events for 11 September, 2019

Twilight workshop - Formative Assessment and Feedback by Design

Twilight workshop - Formative Assessment and Feedback by Design

This workshop draws upon research to explore ways that formative assessment and feedback can be made effective for students and sustainable for teachers. The workshop begins by examining prerequisites of an effective feedback culture before introducing a feedback cycle to foster student self-regulation. Practical examples of the application of formative assessment and effective feedback processes in the classroom will be discussed.
Systematic Quantitative Literature Review

Systematic Quantitative Literature Review

Systematic quantitative literature review is a smart and effective method for undertaking literature reviews, particularly for research students and others exploring new disciplines.
Alumni Reunion - PhD and Postgraduate Research

Alumni Reunion - PhD and Postgraduate Research

Griffith University Alumni and Friends are invited to attend our Reunion for PhD and Postgraduate Research Alumni.

Come along and establish new connections, or build upon existing relationships. Share your stories with friends and new acquaintances and hear about the things happening at your University.

Following this reception, there will be an opportunity to attend the Griffith University Final of the Three Minute Thesis Competition at our South Bank campus.
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
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases and Immunology - Fabricating Vascularized Tissues

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases and Immunology - Fabricating Vascularized Tissues

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Fabricating Vascularized Tissues
Dr Strobel's presentation describes the technology developed at Advanced Solutions Life Sciences to isolate whole intact microvessels from adipose tissue and how when embedded in a matrix, microvessels, sprout, grow, and form an interconnected vascular network comparable to the native vasculature. This technology has been successfully applied to a variety of different systems.