Organisation

The University is led by the Vice Chancellor and President who is responsible to the University Council.

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Plans and publications

The University’s strategic planning framework provides for three tiers of interlocking plans that support our overarching goals.

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University committees

Here you will find information relating to the University Council and its Committees.

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Quality

The management of quality processes and outcomes at Griffith is underpinned by an overall Framework for Quality Assurance (PDF 364KB), based on the Plan-Implement-Review-Improve model.

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Reviews

The University Reviews Policy provides the overarching framework for the conduct of organisational-wide reviews and cements their role as a core part of the University’s planning and quality frameworks.

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Right to information

Right to Information is the Queensland Government's approach to giving the community greater access to information. This approach applies to the University.

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Whistleblowing

We are intent on the detection and elimination of fraud and corrupt conduct and on protecting people who make disclosures.

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Complaints and Grievances

The University is committed to an equitable and fair study and work environment. Feedback of all kinds is welcomed by the University as this information helps us to identify what we are doing well and where we need to improve our services and systems.

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Conflict of interest

We have a responsibility to ensure that its official activities and those of its staff conform to acceptable standards of integrity and good conduct.

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