Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) links with Muslim University of Indonesia

Professor Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International) and Professor Masrurah Mokhtar, Rector, Muslim University of Indonesia On 30 October 2014, Professor Sarah Todd, Pro… Read More

Australia-China Relations post 1949: Sixty years of trade and politics

Building on the success of his earlier work ‘Australia-China Relations post 1949: Sixty Years of Trade and Politics’ (published by Ashgate, 2012), Dr Yi Wang… Read More

Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Australia

Prof Martin Betts, DVC (Engagement) welcomed officials from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Australia to the Griffith Asia Institute on Friday, 5… Read More

Capacity building for Vietnamese government

Griffith University’s leading economics experts are helping shape Vietnam’s rapidly growing economy. Twenty three Vietnamese government officials from the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI)… Read More

Griffith and the Zhejiang Provincial Centre for Prevention and Disease Control

Griffith’s Centre for Environment and Population Health has strengthened its research collaboration with the Zhejiang Provincial Centre for Prevention and Disease Control in China by… Read More

Tourism’s new GIFT

Expanding Asian markets present exciting opportunities for the Australian tourism industry and fierce competition for the domestic and international tourist dollar means there is no… Read More

Bob Chua – Chairman & CEO Pulse Group PLC

Griffith Qualifications Bachelor of Business (Marketing) – 1997 Awards / Achievements Nominated for the Malaysian Australian Alumni Council Awards – 2013 GEW Global Breakthrough Award… Read More

Sir Theodor Bray CBE DUniv

Sir Theodor Bray (1905-2000) – Griffith’s First Chancellor In 1970, Sir Theodor Bray accepted the challenge of the State Education Minister of the time to plan… Read More

Professor Emeritus Ho Peng Yoke

Professor Ho Peng Yoke joined Griffith University in April 1973 as Foundation Professor and Chairman of Australia’s first School of Modern Asian Studies. He came to… Read More

Professor Nancy Viviani AO

Nancy Viviani came to Griffith from Harvard in 1978 to set up the Centre for the Study of Australian Asian Relations (CSAAR) in the School of… Read More


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