Events for 31 May, 2022

Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event
31 May

Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event

Griffith University will be hosting the PRIMARY school Science and Engineering Challenges on the 31 May & 1 June in the Logan region. ( venue to be confirmed)
The Science and Engineering Challenge is aimed at engaging Year 5 and 6 students through fun and practical hands-on activities.
Formatting your Thesis
31 May

Formatting your Thesis

This online session will give participants the opportunity to ask any questions they may have after going through the resource that is provided upon registration. This resource contains video lessons on how to use Microsoft Word's automated settings and features to apply consistent formatting throughout a document and manage long documents efficiently.
National Reconciliation Week Educational Leadership Breakfast - Walking and Talking Together in Australian Education
31 May

National Reconciliation Week Educational Leadership Breakfast - Walking and Talking Together in Australian Education

Dr Marcus Waters, Dean Learning and Teaching (Indigenous), Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor (Indigenous) Griffith University, will share his personal journey in successfully taking his identity from a negative to a positive construction, built on inclusive collegiate practice in such a way that allows for a move beyond the binary and its associated power relations by bringing people together, rather than keeping them apart.
Marketa on the Mountain
31 May

Marketa on the Mountain

Marketa on the Mountain is a monthly event held on Social Science Rd. Laneway, where you will find an eclectic mix of street food, workshops, activities, market stalls & live music for staff, students and the broader community.
A Pocket Full of Daises: Ashlee Becks
24 May

A Pocket Full of Daises: Ashlee Becks

A Pocket Full of Daises is a solo exhibition from QCA Graduate Ashlee Becks and investigates how materiality and painting can be used as a vehicle to gently express and heal from lingering mental illness.
Connections: Sallie Page Mary-Jo Cleary, Marie Adams, Julie Saltissi, Pat Malt, Diane Green
24 May

Connections: Sallie Page Mary-Jo Cleary, Marie Adams, Julie Saltissi, Pat Malt, Diane Green

This group of women painters ie Sallie Page Mary-Jo Cleary, Marie Adams, Julie Saltissi, Pat Malt and Diane Green have recently felt unmoored and isolated in their individual practices. Connections is the result of the group's collective drive to reach out from that isolation, to look for and create connections however tenuous they be.