Research initiative to enhance employability of HDR graduates
New career planning and employability resources for HDR candidates
Summer scholars are placed with an academic supervisor and work on their own research project for eight weeks. During that time, they attend research training workshops and cultural support sessions. At the end of the program, summer scholars present their research at the annual Kungullanji Indigenous Student Research Conference.
Griffith a key partner in new Fragment-Based Design training centre
13 Nov 2019
Griffith researchers will play a key role in the new ARC Training Centre for Fragment-Based Design...
Griffith appoints distinguished academic to DVC Research
03 Oct 2019
A highly regarded chemical biologist with a distinguished record in championing research across...
Peta perfect in 3MT Final
12 Sep 2019
Pitching an 80 thousand or so word doctoral thesis with a three minute spiel was all in a...
Researcher seeks aid in preserving memory of historic Cleveland Scout Hall
11 Jul 2019
PhD candidate Jessica Stroja is undertaking a project to memorialise the beloved building, which...
Griffith academic claims prestigious HDR Supervisor national award
02 May 2019
A Griffith academic has been recognised as a national leader in graduate and higher degree research...
Glycomics Circle – empowering women in science
02 May 2019
The Institute for Glycomics recognises the value of having women in life sciences. For centuries...