Connecting with the Commonwealth Games: Sport opportunities for Logan City
Conversations on how the Commonwealth Games can be a vehicle to boost sustained sport participation at all levels (amongst youth, women, aging population, culturally and linguistically diverse and disability sport participants) in Logan City and the planning required to deliver major event legacies for the Logan community.
- Date: Tuesday 13 June 2017
- Time: 5.00 - 7.15pm
- Venue: Meadowbrook Conference Room, Logan campus Griffith University, University Drive, Meadowbrook
Sport Management Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference
Places, Events and Sport: Going for Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is living up to its reputation as Australia’s emerging capital of sport with the selection to host the 2017 SMAANZ Conference. The Conference is expected to attract around 200 sports leaders and professional sport administrators from organisations including the Commonwealth Games Federation, Team Australia and professional sports leagues. This is an opportunity for international and national delegates to engage with sport industry representatives through an integration of sport industry panels and symposia with a particular attention on mega sporting events and the example of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
- Date: 29 November - 1 December 2017
- Venue: Griffith University Gold Coast Campus & ‘Mantra on View’ Hotel – Surfers Paradise
- Accommodation: Mantra on View' Hotel, 22 View Avenue, Surfers Paradise, QLD.
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Education meets industry to powerful effect
Property development and real estate students will have an early opportunity to secure a highly sought-after scholarship once again in 2015.
Real estate industry leader, Oliver Hume Corporation, has confirmed its 2015 bursary will be awarded during the first semester of the year, meaning the recipient will start to gain valuable industry experience from an early stage. The industry initiative incorporates a $ 2,500 cash bursary plus a six-month paid internship with Oliver Hume.
Real estate and property development graduate, Sherifaye Jalloh, was the inaugral recipient of the Oliver Hume Corporation bursary and is now a research analyst with the company.
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Prestigious scholarship win
Bachelor of Business student David Kertesz has been awarded the Property Council of Australia (Qld) 2013 Peter Trathen Memorial Scholarship for Real Estate and Property Development. David is currently studying a double major in Real Estate and Property, and Management and was awarded the prestigious scholarship on the merit of his outstanding results in his real estate and property development courses.
The scholarship was established in 2011 by the Property Council of Australia (Qld), in conjunction with Griffith University, to honour the contributions made by Peter Trathen to the property industry and Gold Coast business community.