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3 Minute Thesis Griffith Final

3 Minute Thesis Griffith Final

3MT is an academic competition that challenges HDR candidates to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. After competing in their group heats, 13 finalists from across Griffith University will compete in the Griffith 3MT Final.The winner of this event will be representing Griffith University at the Asia-Pacific competition, to be hosted by The University of Queensland on Friday 29 September 2017.
Privacy Awareness Week

Privacy Awareness Week

In Keeping with the theme for the week: Value personal data - it's worth protecting, members of the community are also encouraged to protect their personal information too, particularly when interacting online.
Hackathon

Hackathon

Participate in Griffith's second student Hackathon on 4-5 August at the Gold Coast Campus Library. ​Design, develop and showcase a mobile app to improve student life with your chance to win $2,000 in prize money! 30 hours of hacking fun with guest speakers, delicious food and great prize money guaranteed. ​You don't need to be a coder or tech savvy, we are also looking for students with marketing, graphic design, project management or any other genius skills.
Human Library

Human Library

Borrow a human book at Griffith University's third annual Human Library event.

We've gathered together a group of storytellers keen to share their experience with social stigma, prejudice and discrimination in the hope to break down barriers, challenge beliefs and create a more tolerant society.

You must register to borrow a human book.
Human Library

Human Library

Borrow a human book at Griffith University's third annual Human Library event.

We've gathered together a group of storytellers keen to share their experience with social stigma, prejudice and discrimination in the hope to break down barriers, challenge beliefs and create a more tolerant society.

You must register to borrow a human book.
Hackathon

Hackathon

Hackathon is 30 hours of creativity and collaboration where you can design and create your very own app.

During the Hackathon, students work in teams to build an app that would greatly improve student life. It takes all skills to develop an app: project management to guide the team, graphic design for the User Interface, comms, marketing, advertising or PR to present and persuade the judges, and of course, coding and app development skills too.