Friends

Become a Friend of the Library

The Griffith University Friends of the Library network provides educational, cultural and social opportunities that deepen engagement between Griffith University and its broader communities for mutual benefit.

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Benefits of Joining

The Friends of the Library provides wonderful professional and social opportunities for those interested in supporting the library and its evolution in our rapidly changing education environment.

Benefits include:

  • Invitations to events featuring national and international guest speakers
  • Friends only networking opportunities
  • Access to exhibitions and displays
  • Special pre-sale ticket offers to certain Griffith events
  • Regular Friends of the Library e-newsletter
  • Special Griffith REVIEW subscription - 20% off discount
  • Discount on borrowing membership to the University Library

Annual membership is available for $25 or enjoy a three year membership for $65.

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Sixty Feet of Freedom

Adele Bennett, Griffith alumnus and filmmaker presents the Sixty Feet of Freedom project.

The film documents three injured veterans as they face their fears and take on the challenge of scuba diving. With Petit St. Vincent in The Grenadines as a backdrop, these heroes are given a passport to another world where their injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are weightless. This film showcases and explores how scuba diving can be a means of therapy for those suffering from PTSD.

Sixty Feet of Freedom was a finalist in the 2016 Blue Ocean Film Festival.

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Upcoming Events

The Griffith University Friends of the Library network provides educational, cultural and social opportunities that deepen engagement between Griffith University and its broader communities for mutual benefit. 2017 calendar of events planned below:

  • 26 April - groNAtive
  • 4 May - Sixty Feet of Freedom
  • 20 July - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • 24 August - Masters and Slaves
  • September - Rare and Threatened Plant Walk
  • 9 November - Rock Art