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Living with the land, learning from the past
08 Oct

Living with the land, learning from the past

Join renowned journalist Kerry O'Brien and celebrated Indigenous author Bruce Pascoe as they explore the way Bruce's critically acclaimed book 'Dark Emu: Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?' challenges conventional thinking about the First Australians as hunter gatherers.
2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Griffith Final
04 Sep

2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Griffith Final

The 3MT competition challenges higher degree by research students to describe their research to a general audience within just three minutes. Throughout the competition participants hone their ability to present their research in a brief, engaging manner. The result is something like a TED talk - only with a three-minute time limit! Join us for the 3MT Griffith Final to see our finalists' presentations, vote for your favourite and find out who our winners are.
Griffith Review and Griffith Library Lightning Talks: Crimes and Punishments
21 Aug

Griffith Review and Griffith Library Lightning Talks: Crimes and Punishments

Our panelists includes:
Professor Susan Dennison, Deputy Head of School (Research), School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Professor Ross Homel, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dr Lacey Schaefer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dr Sarah Woodland, Research Centre, Queensland Conservatorium
Hackathon
03 Aug

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.