Celebrating this year's achievements and milestones
Griffith Business School joined Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Professor David Grant at this year's Gala Dinner to celebrate the remarkable achievements of the GBS community, students, staff, industry, partners, graduates and the 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award winners.
Guest speaker Ronni Kahn
Ronni Kahn founded OzHarvest in 2004. After changing the law to make it safe for companies to donate surplus food, she has grown OzHarvest to be Australia's leading food rescue organisation. A renowned international speaker and nationally recognised for her entrepreneurship, Ronni was invited to be the 2018 Gala Dinner keynote speaker.
To support Ronni's waste free mission the Hilton Brisbane designed a unique menu for the evening with the aim to reduce as much waste as possible. Read more about the dinner.
Support Yunus Social Business Centre
Support the Social Entrepreneur in Residence program. This initiative brings industry pioneers into the Griffith community, where they work with students and staff, and support the development of new courses, thinking and partnerships. As part of the program, Griffith Business School also supports the Social Entrepreneurs to do something bold and important – an innovation that will achieve significant impact in our community.
Gala Dinner photos
All those special captured moments from an excellent 2018 Gala Dinner.
eCareerCoach allows students to connect with alumni and industry experts online for career advice, tools and connections that will help them enter their chosen field with confidence.
Engaging with industry
Engagement with industry is critical to delivering a remarkable and enriching student learning experience. We've appointed distinguished industry and business leaders as industry adjuncts, Executive in Residence or as a Strategic Advisory Board member to share their knowledge and experience with our students.
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