AEL represents the largest academic group at Griffith and the group with arguably the most intellectual diversity and creativity. Our Schools are drawn from the Humanities and Social Sciences (Humanities, Languages and Linguistics, Criminology) and the Professions (Law, Education, Journalism), as well as the Creative and Performing Arts (Conservatorium, Queensland College of Art, Griffith Film School).
Griffith University today paid tribute to former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam who has died, aged 98. He was at the official opening of Griffith in 1975.
The Arts, Education & Alumni Awards recognise the achievements of Griffith's outstanding alumni community.
Doomadgee State School students will experience a different world when they visit south-east Queensland this month.