Events for 19 October, 2022

Cutting Edge 4 Kids
19 Oct

Cutting Edge 4 Kids

Our Griffith STEM Ambassadors (Years 8,9,10) provide enegaging hands-on science experiences for local Year 5 & 6 students around STEM!

The Cutting Edge for Kids! conferences will occur on 19 October 2022 at the Gold Coast campus.

Held in a conference style, complete with Keynote speaker and conference sessions to choose from, students are immersed in hands-on STEM challenges.
'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.
Early Career Researchers - Developing your Networks and Relationship Building for Funding Success
19 Oct

Early Career Researchers - Developing your Networks and Relationship Building for Funding Success

Join us at Nathan campus or via Microsoft Teams for this hybrid session for ECRs at Griffith. Networking and relationship building is a key skill and activity for all researchers in order to apply for and secure grant and other sources of research funding. It is therefore vital but also an advantage for ECRs to hone these skills early in order to have the competitive edge on their colleagues.
How "real" is that information? Implications of new technology such as AI, deep fakes, big data, social media, etc. on how we access and evaluate information and data sources
19 Oct

How "real" is that information? Implications of new technology such as AI, deep fakes, big data, social media, etc. on how we access and evaluate information and data sources

In the "recent' past, it was relatively simple for an academic or student to identify what information sources and data were accurate, reliable, authoritative and so on. Identifying dodgy journals or websites was a bit time-consuming, but achievable with some critical thinking skills.