Pro Vice Chancellor

Professor David Grant

Professor David Grant joined Griffith University as Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) in January 2016. David is an internationally distinguished scholar with extensive leadership experience.


Fabrizio Carmignani

Dean (Academic)

Professor Fabrizio Carmignani

BEc, MEcon, PhD

Fabrizio is Dean (Academic) and Professor of Finance and Economics at Griffith Business School.

Fabrizio's research is in the broad field of applied macroeconomics and applied econometrics.

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Ross Guest

Dean (Learning and Teaching)

Professor Ross Guest

DipEd, BArts, MHigherEd, MCom, PhD

Ross is Dean (Learning and Teaching) and Professor of Economics at Griffith Business School. He is an Adjunct Professor with the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and a National Senior Teaching Fellow with the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.

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Dean (Research)

Professor Andrew O'Neil

BArts (Hons), MArts, PhD

Andrew is Dean (Research) and Professor of Political Science at Griffith Business School.

Prior to being appointed Dean in April 2016, Andrew was Head of the School of Government and International Relations (2014-2016) and Director of the Griffith Asia Institute (2010-2014).

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Anne Tiernan

Dean (Engagement)

Professor Anne Tiernan

BArts, BCom (Hons), DipTeaching (Secondary), PhD

Anne is Dean (Engagement) at Griffith Business School. A political scientist with earlier careers in State and Commonwealth government, Anne is respected for her independent, research-informed analysis and commentary on national politics, public administration and public policy.

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GBS staff

Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) team

Dean (Research) team

Dean (Academic) team

Dean (Learning and Teaching) team

Dean (Engagement) team

Communications team

Director (International) team

MBA team

Policy Innovation Hub

Yunus Social Business Centre Griffith University

Program and Course Management

Department and Centre staff


The Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Staff Excellence Awards were initiated in 2008 as a means of recognising, celebrating and rewarding the outstanding performance and significant contributions to the School by our staff in areas not acknowledged through other reward and incentive schemes.

The Award categories are aligned with the School's Vision, Mission and Values and recognise those remarkable staff whose actions support Griffith Business School in furthering our Strategy 2017 - 2020.

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