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Commonwealth Games Research Symposium

3.00-3.10pm Welcome Prof Graham Cuskelly, Head of Department, Department of Tourism, Sport & Hotel Management

3.10-3.25pm Presentation: Measuring the social legacy of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games: Innovating research into social legacies Research team: Dr Alana Thomson, Dr Millicent Kennelly & Prof Kristine Toohey

3.25-3.40pm Presentation: Transforming Communities through Event Legacies: Residential property development as a driver for new housing choice on the Gold Coast Research team: A/Prof Sacha Reid & Dr Melissa Pocock

3.40-3.55pm Presentation: A social media analysis of the gendered representations of female and male athletes in the 2018 Commonwealth Games Research team: Dr Elaine Yang, Dr Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore, Dr Caroline Riot, Michelle Hayes and Emily Chen

3.55-4.10pm Presentation: Business and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Expectations, outcomes and the future Research team: Dr Joan Carlini & Prof Andrew O’Neil

4.10-4.30pm Q & A – all presentations

4.30-5.00pm Refreshments served and networking

Thursday 24 October 3.00pm-5.00pm

Griffith University Gold Coast Campus

Building G42_ 4.23

Creating Research with Greater Impact (HDR Roundtable)

Don Morris AOMonday 28 October12:00pm-2:00pmG27_1.11 with link to N72_-2.10

Developing Skills on Writing Academic Articles (HDR Roundtable)

Averil MartinThursday 7 November11:00am- 12:00pmG05_3.18 with link to N72_-1.18
Tourism for People, Planet and Profit

This is a joint event between the Griffith Institute for Tourism and the Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games. The session will showcase topical and timely tourism research by staff and students at Griffith, and good practice being undertaken by the department.

The session will focus on tourism, sustainability and climate change, and will provide practical ideas for policy, programs and advice to stakeholders. The session will include a ‘question time’ for the panel.

Wednesday 13 November1:00pm – 4:00pm



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