Alumni

Melbourne Alumni Networking Event

Melbourne Alumni Networking Event

Griffith University Alumni and Friends are invited to join us for an exclusive opportunity to be amongst the first to meet and personally hear from Professor Carolyn Evans in Melbourne.

Keep an eye on your inbox for more information and pencil, Monday 6 May 2019, into your diary.

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Sydney Alumni Networking Event

Sydney Alumni Networking Event

Griffith University Alumni and Friends are invited to join us for an exclusive opportunity to be amongst the first to meet and personally hear from Professor Carolyn Evans in Sydney.

Keep an eye on your inbox for more information and pencil, Tuesday 7 May 2019, into your diary.

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Griffith University External Scholarships Information Evening

Griffith University External Scholarships Information Evening

Griffith University Staff, Students and Alumni are invited to attend our External Scholarships Information Evening.
New drugs, why the wait? How new drugs are discovered in the 21st century

New drugs, why the wait? How new drugs are discovered in the 21st century

You are invited to a panel discussion, led by the Griffith Insitute for Drug Discovery. Join with chemists, biologists and developers working on solving some of the most troubling and widespread diseases on the globe, to discuss the many factors that influence how fast a drug candidate progresses through development towards the clinic and into market.
Save the date - MBA For Life - Sydney

Save the date - MBA For Life - Sydney

You are invited to join Griffith MBA Director, Associate Professor Stephanie Schleimer, current MBA students and fellow alumni for our annual Sydney MBA for Life event.

If you are currently studying your MBA online, travelling for business, or have relocated and will be in Sydney on Thursday 30 May 2019, we hope you will join us for this exclusive networking opportunity.
How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

You are invited to the third annual Raymond Dart Lecture with Professor Dean Falk, the Hale G. Smith Professor of Anthropology and a Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University. Professor Falk will discuss the controversies surrounding Homo floresiensis and how new evidence has blazed the trail for reconsidering the "big picture" of human evolution.