Posts from the Griffith Archive.
Image from the Griffith Archive collection. In late September to early October of 1982, the Commonwealth Games was held in Brisbane. Our Nathan campus… Read More
65 years of the Con. Find out more about the Queensland Conservatorium and some of its notable alumni.
Our Conservatorium (the Con), Griffith’s music and performing arts campus,… Read More
Beginning with its first intake of students in 1992, the… Read More
On 21 April the Nathan Dash 2022 took place. This is a 660 metre sprint through the heart of Nathan campus… Read More
In 1981, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) conducted its first national survey of Australians living with a disability. The trailblazing Survey… Read More
Who was Robin Gibson? The name Robin Gibson may not be a familiar name to some. And yet, Gibson is responsible for… Read More
Did you know that Griffith University was meant to be part of the University of Queensland (UQ)? Originally, Griffith University College was going… Read More
During the Second World War, ‘Tea Ladies’ were employed throughout the United Kingdom (UK). Their purpose? To boost efficiency and morale in workplaces that were… Read More
This year, Griffith University celebrates 140 years of teaching at the Queensland College of Art (QCA). QCA can trace… Read More
Take a trip down memory lane. To showcase the changing face of Griffith’s campus libraries across the last five decades, Griffith… Read More
Griffith Archive’s latest digital exhibition shines the spotlight on one of the truly remarkable pioneers from Griffith University’s history: Ortrun Zuber-… Read More
The Griffith Archive’s latest online exhibition A University of Global Influence tells the Griffith story from the initial Cabinet Decision to establish our university… Read More