Our graduates work for the wellbeing of the community
The School has extensive ties to our local, national and international community and produces graduates that are industry connected. We believe in studying society and social arrangements to assist with the development of human behaviour.
The School is actively involved in research across many disciplines and our alumni network ensures that our students, both past and present, stay connected and up to date.
Life-changing Learning & Teaching
Our School creates industry-ready change makers that have hands on experience and learn from experts with strong links to the health sector, government and community.
Our teachings are designed to develop high-level practitioners, with competence in all areas, capable of promoting social justice and equality.
Joyce Odokopira was a refugee with her sisters in Kenya before being relocated to Brisbane in 2003. She recently completed a Bachelor of Social Work at Griffith's Logan campus. `Now I have a chance to complete my degree and give back to the community—maybe by working with refugees or in child protection.'
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Research to review music’s impact on First Peoples health
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Griffith experts agree representation matters in healthcare
11 Aug 2020
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Class of 2020 graduating with a difference
22 Jul 2020
Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as...