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Message from the Vice Chancellor

We are exceptionally proud of our remarkable alumni, and in our new digital magazine we share with you a collection of standout stories from former students who are embracing opportunity, making a difference, and changing the world for the better.
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2018 Griffith Magazine

Stay in touch with Griffith University by reading our 2018 Griffith Magazine. Through the use of rich video content and illuminating podcasts, the magazine brings to life the stories of our talented alumni who are making such wonderful contributions to their communities.

A remarkable year

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The visible man

Through his captivating artistic work, Queensland College of Art alumnus Tony Albert is providing a powerful response to the misrepresentation of First Peoples with his acclaimed kitsch and confrontational imagery. 

A decade of work


A reef economist

Emily Hayward always knew she loved economics. What she didn't know was how useful her Sustainable Enterprise major in Business from Griffith University would be in tackling the incessant challenge of how to save the Great Barrier Reef. 

Environmental protection

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Young doctor award for medical school graduate

For Dr Mikaela Seymour, there is no higher calling than giving back to her community. Graduating in 2015, the Griffith alumnus has already achieved significant career heights, the latest, her receipt of the 2018 Australian Medical Association's Doctor in Training of the Year award. 

Serving her community

Dr Jay

Jay has a say at IBM

He grew up surfing along the southern Queensland coastline but now Dr Jay Gambetta is riding a different kind of wave. Working for international technology giant IBM, this Griffith alumnus is helping spearhead the company's drive to build a universal quantum computer.

Quantum randomness

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Queensland Conservatorium receives $1 million bequest

The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University has received a $1 million bequest that will benefit generations of young musicians.

Remarkable generosity

PhD and Doctoral survey - Aug 2018

Griffith PhD & Doctoral survey - pass it on

If you have completed our survey - thank you. Can you help us find others?Please pass on the survey link to your fellow HDR graduates.

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Griffith University PhD & Doctorate Alumni Reunion

Thursday 13 September 2018, The Ship Inn Function Room, South Bank
PhD and Doctoral graduates are invited to join us for a reunion to celebrate 70 years of PhD's in Australia and some 40 years of PhD's at Griffith University. Hear from fellow alumnus, Professor Peter Coaldrake AO DUniv, about his personal journey since he became our first PhD graduate. Following this cocktail reception, there will be an opportunity to attend the Griffith University Final of the Three Minute Thesis Competition at our South Bank campus. 


Los Angeles Alumni Community Mixer

Tuesday 25 September 2018, No More Heroes, West Hollywood, California
Griffith University alumni and friends are invited to attend our Los Angeles Alumni Networking Mixer. This will be a chance for alumni in LA to get together and enjoy each others company, with entertainment provided by fellow alumni and refreshments catered by the best Aussie pie and sausage roll makers in Los Angeles.


Institute for Glycomics Grand Ball Night

Saturday 13 October 2018, RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast
The Institute for Glycomics invites you to their Grand Ball Night on Saturday 13 October 2018, at the RACV Royal Pines Resort. This black tie event will be hosted by Nine News Gold Coast celebrities Bruce Paige and Dominque Loudon with a terrific support act of entertainment headed by local music act The Koi Boys. The Institute's Grand Ball Night is regarded as a show-stopper each year with the 2018 edition promising to deliver a memorable evening full of excitement and fun.


Canberra Alumni Networking Event - Save the Date

Tuesday 30 October 2018, Old Parliament House, Canberra
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