Arts, Education and Law

Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala Dinner

Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Awards Gala Dinner

Griffith University believes in, strives for, and celebrates the remarkable. Never more so when recognising the successes of our alumni.

Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Awards recognise and celebrate the diverse achievements of our alumni, across their fields of endeavour and in their communities.
2019 High School Mooting Competition

2019 High School Mooting Competition

Griffith Law School and the Griffith Law Students Association are excited to announce the 2019 High School Mooting Competition for Year 11 and Year 12 High School Students to be held on our Gold Coast campus.
Innovations in Safety Science Symposium: Break New Ground

Innovations in Safety Science Symposium: Break New Ground

Hear from thought leaders in the field of Safety Science as they outline radical new ideas that are shaping the future of this discipline. The topic of this year, Break New Ground, will explore current cutting-edge theories in Safety Science, its applications and how to rigorously test for results.
Innovations in Safety Science Symposium: Break New Ground

Innovations in Safety Science Symposium: Break New Ground

Hear from thought leaders in the field of Safety Science as they outline radical new ideas that are shaping the future of this discipline. The topic of this year, Break New Ground, will explore current cutting-edge theories in Safety Science, its applications and how to rigorously test for results.
2019 MATE Summit

2019 MATE Summit

The second annual MATE conference seeks to gather like-minded people to come together to discuss the prevention of violence against women and gender equality. We will discuss the promotion of gender equality, redefining masculinity and how we can proactively contribute to long-term cultural change in our daily lives. You will also hear innovative ways organisations are responding to and preventing violence in their fields.
2019 Visiting Scholar Seminar Series - The Debatability of Racism: Postracialism, digital media and public culture

2019 Visiting Scholar Seminar Series - The Debatability of Racism: Postracialism, digital media and public culture

Dr Gavan Titley, Maynooth University, Ireland will present his new book Racism and Media and talk on what he terms the debatability of racism. The talk suggests that this debatability, this incessant, recursive attention as to what counts as racism and who gets to define it, has political consequences for practices of antiracism - practices that want to name racism publicly, the better to mobilize to confront it.