We're passionate at GIER
Members of the Griffith Institute for Educational Research are passionate about demonstrating the impact of their research, so seek to disseminate their research findings to the widest possible audience. We have found that our Twilight Lecture series, and other lectures and workshops, successfully achieve this goal, and invite you to participate in these events throughout the year. You will discover that GIER’s applied research projects, in collaboration with industry partners, education systems, schools, community and not-for-profit organisations, are readily translated into practice, and encompass real and measurable impact that is making a better world.
Lucrative new scholarships on offer for Year 12s
11 Jun 2020
High achieving high school students looking to study at Griffith next year will be eligible for 80 new scholarships worth up to $24,000 each.
Ensuring student success in online studies
07 Apr 2020
As university students transition to studying online in the wake of coronavirus, experts say two key activities will make the difference between...
Expert creates resource as teachers prepare to move online
30 Mar 2020
A Griffith University education expert has created a free online resource to help teachers keep students engaged outside the classroom.
Fellowship trip to Big Apple set to benefit Logan learners
26 Feb 2020
Two-time Griffith alumnus Jasmine Kassulke is using skills she picked up in the Big Apple to provide Logan’s next generation with better...
Research in the University’s Strategic Plan - February 2020
Professor Andrea Bishop, Pro Vice Chancellor (Research) talks to GIER members at their annual retreat on the topic of Research in the University’s Strategic Plan, 2020-2025.
Celebrating Women in Academia - February 2019
This event featured a panel of contributing authors from two books - 'Lived Experiences: Women in Academia' and 'Women Activating Agency in Academia' – who discussed key themes emerging from their chapters to liberate thinking around the "lived experiences" of women in academia. The panelists included women from local and international universities chosen for their interest, expertise and commitment to the success and well-being of women in academia. The event was hosted by Prof Greer Johnson, Director of GIER, and Dr Ali Black, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast. Ali is the co-editor of the two recently published books. The event was an informative and inspiring evening of personal accounts and open discussion which celebrates the work of female academics, values collaborative storytelling and showcases what matters to women in the academy.
This video is a record of the full event, including questions from the audience.