Events for 29 September, 2022

Yr 12 Academic Bootcamps
19 Sep

Yr 12 Academic Bootcamps

The 2022 Academic Bootcamps are high-quality courses designed to assist students to achieve their full academicpotential by improving confidence and understanding in senior subject areas, reducing anxiety around assessment while preparing students for future tertiary study.
Subjects offered will be Maths Methods, Chemistry, Physics & Biology.
Regsiter here: https://www.griffith.edu.au/academic-bootcamps
Quantitative Validation for Survey Constructs
29 Sep

Quantitative Validation for Survey Constructs

This is one part of a two-part series, which aims to guide participants on how to validate surveys.
Aviation Reimagined: decarbonising flight 2022 webinar series
29 Sep

Aviation Reimagined: decarbonising flight 2022 webinar series

Aviation Reimagined is an annual webinar series featuring industry leaders, policymakers and researchers sharing their insights about a transition to a low-carbon future for aviation. This is the third consecutive year running this successful series, with new speakers and contributors delivering innovative insights from around the world.
'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine'
08 Sep

'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine'

'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine' now showing at the Griffith University Art Museum.
School of Medicine and Dentistry Research Day
29 Sep

School of Medicine and Dentistry Research Day

Join us for the 2022 The School of Medicine and Dentistry Research Day. The program showcases our researchers and PhD candidates from medicine, dentistry, public health and paramedicine disciplines, with an industry guest speaker from Neoss Australia and featuring two keynote addresses from Professor David Ellwood and Professor Alfred Lam. Registration is required.
Gunimaa- Source: Sophie and Debbie Taylor
27 Sep

Gunimaa- Source: Sophie and Debbie Taylor

A mother and daughter duo, Debbie and Sophie Taylor have strong matriarchal Gamilaraay heritage. Gunimaa- Source is a celebration of their strong family bond and highlights their respect for cultural responsibilities in caring for the earth.