Arts, Education and Law alumni can be found in every field of endeavour. Stay connected. Get involved.
Our alumni work in fields as varied as policy advisers, opinion leaders, awarded educators, gifted musicians, famous artists, and pioneering social change advocates. We continue to be amazed by their impressive achievements, which we showcase annually at our celebration gala dinner and alumni awards night.
We encourage you to join our alumni community and participate in professional development activities, network, access careers services and alumni benefits, share research and expertise, and engage in social events.
Arts, Education and Law Alumni Awards 2017
Friday 13 October at Cloudland, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Griffith University's Arts, Education and Law (AEL) Group annually celebrate the outstanding achievements of our alumni across the globe and recognise the significant contributions they make in their professional careers.
You are invited to join the University community, industry guests and our alumni finalists from the fields of law, criminology and criminal justice, film, arts, music, education, humanities and languages.The finalists and winners for the Outstanding Alumnus and Young Alumnus of the Year awards will be showcased by ABC Radio National’s Paul Barclay across the evening.
Explore more of our remarkable Griffith Alumni
Recent Arts, Education and Law Alumni Award Winners
Primary school science teacher Rebecca Johnson has published over 80 educational books and has won national awards for curriculum design.
Queensland Conservatorium graduate Dami Im has soared to international fame and is now one of Australia’s most iconic pop idols.
Katarina Carroll APM
Commissioner Katarina Carroll has dedicated her career to public safety, serving with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) for over 30 years.
Film and Media Production graduate, Avrill Stark is the Founder and Executive Producer of A Stark Production.
Linus Power is MP for the Logan Electorate. He currently holds the position of Senior Government Whip, and serves on the Transport and Utilities Committee.
As National Practice Group Leader of Clayton Utz’s Real Estate team, Nikki has played a lead role in some of Australia’s most high-profile urban renewal projects.
Tony Albert is a critically acclaimed artist and has achieved extraordinary international success since graduating from a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art.
Karen Jacobsen is an international entertainer, singer, motivational speaker, voice over artist and songwriter. She is the voice behind Apple’s infamous Siri.
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