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Professor Carolyn Evans

Message from the Vice Chancellor

On 31 October the University and engineering alumni will celebrate 25 years of civil engineering at Griffith. Adding to the sense of occasion we also celebrate the completion of the $80 million Engineering, Technology and Aviation building on the Nathan campus. Our exciting plans for upgrading our physical and digital infrastructure will be revealed in the coming months after our new Creating a Future for All: Strategic Plan 2020-2025 is launched.

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Breakthrough in battle against cancer

Breakthrough in battle against cancer

In what is believed to be a world first, Griffith University researchers have cured cervical cancer in mice using CRISPR gene-editing technology.

Dr Luqman Jubair and Professor Nigel McMillan 

Behind the scenes

En-pointe creative campaign

Griffith Film alumnus Lauren Panrucker has achieved an early career milestone, collaborating with the Queensland Ballet to produce an eclectic campaign for a Brisbane hotel icon. 

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Churchill trust

Sir Winston Churchill's legacy

Four Griffith graduates, from a variety of disciplines, have been awarded Churchill Fellowships to explore some of the country’s most pressing and emerging challenges.

Meet the recipients

Ange Anderson in the studio

Australia's best metro news presenter

From the newsroom of Brisbane's NOVA 106.9, Griffith's own Ange Anderson has taken out the title of Best News Presenter on Metro FM, at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.

Ange Anderson

Donor Impact Report

Changing lives and helping to create a brighter future

Griffith's remarkable supporters are helping researchers find a cure for Parkinson's disease, investing in technology to save Queensland's precious water catchments and giving talented students the opportunity to receive a world-class education. Read about these stories and more in this year's Donor Impact Report.

Donor Impact Report 

Give to Griffith and be part of a remarkable future

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Mario Pinto

Griffith appoints distinguished academic to DVC Research

A highly regarded chemical biologist with a distinguished record in championing research across several continents, Professor Mario Pinto, has been announced as Griffith University’s new Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research).

Professor Mario Pinto

Annual Appeal

You can help fast-forward students' potential 

Griffith University is committed to providing a world-class education for all our students. But for some, the road to graduation and beyond is challenged by personal and financial hardship. The Annual Appeal seeks to ease these burdens. You CAN be the difference.

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Queensland College of Art Graduate Exhibitions

30 October - 15 November 2019

Join us for a series of innovative and inspiring student-curated exhibitions and presentations featuring the next generation of creative thinkers, as they demonstrate the power and possibility of contemporary art and design.

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25th Anniversary of Civil Engineering at Griffith University

Thursday 31 October 2019, Rydges South Bank, Brisbane

2019 marks 25 years since Civil Engineering was established at Griffith University. Civil Engineering alumni are invited to this celebratory event to network with fellow Griffith graduates and enjoy canapés and beverages with like-minded professionals. 

Register now

Integrity 20. The Anarchy: William Dalrymple

Monday 4 November 2019, Griffith Conservatorium Theatre, South Bank

Spend an evening with renowned British historian William Dalrymple. He will be in Brisbane for one night only to tell the timely, cautionary tale of one of the most supreme acts of corporate violence in world history - that of the relentless rise of the East India Company.

Griffith alumni will receive a special rate when booking through the below link.

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'Localising the Sustainable Development Goals' Conference

Save the date for 19 - 29 March 2020, Queensland State Library, Brisbane 

With the growing importance of the ‘local’ in global issues, this action-oriented conference will focus on localisation and collaboration to address major challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

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Griffith University has recently partnered with 'Paperlust' to offer Alumni 15% off all cards, menus, place cards, signs and seating charts. Perfect for any special occasion! Email to access the discount code.

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Alexis Wagner

Alexis Wagner

When Alexis started her Open Universities online degree through Griffith University, she had no idea where those Asian studies would take her. But looking back now years later, her heart is very much still in Shanghai.

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