Celebrating our remarkable alumni

Griffith University believes in, strives for, and celebrates the remarkable. Never more so when recognising the successes of our alumni.

Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Awards recognise and celebrate the diverse achievements of our alumni, across their fields of endeavour and in their communities.

Nomination Countdown

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Nominations close Wednesday 1 May, 5:00pm (AEST)

Nomination Form

Nominee's details

Examples:

Alumnus name Phonetic spelling
David Baranowski David Bara-nof-ski
Jane Liley Jane Ligh-Lee (rhymes with 'highly')
Pui Lin Huang Hwong Poy Lin

(Please include country and area code. Do not use spaces)

Nomination Award Category

You may choose more than one. (required)

Academic Group

Please select the academic group under which this nomination will be considered. (required)

Griffith academic groups comprise a range of schools and departments, specialising in a spectrum of subjects and disciplines.

See the Terms and Conditions for more information

Nominee's Education Background

(eg. industry accreditations, professional memberships, etc).

Nominee's current career details

(Please include country and area code. Do not use spaces)

Nominator's details

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Testimonial

Please provide a summary of why the nominee should receive a Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Award. (300 word limit).

Response to selection criteria

Remarkable success in area of chosen industry/profession

The Alumnus has achieved success in their chosen industry/profession demonstrated by attaining and maintaining high level and influential positions (relative to their career length). The nominee's professional reputation may be supported by promotions or appointments to industry panels, advisory boards or industry bodies.

Significant contribution to industry/profession

The Alumnus has contributed to the growth and reputation of their chosen industry/profession at the local, state or international level through the contribution of knowledge or support for new professionals, or advocacy/advisory work - or something similar.

Contribution to the community at local, state, national or international level

The Alumnus has contributed to their community in a way that would be considered inspirational to the next generation at local, state or international level. This may be part of employment in their chosen profession or, working as a volunteer in the charitable sector or in other ways.

Statements of Support

Please attach supporting evidence for the Griffith University Outstanding Alumni Award nomination.

Files must be no larger than 30.0 MB and videos must be of type mov, avi, wmv, asf, flv, mp4, m4v, mpg, mpeg, ogv, ogg or webm.

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