This section contains stories about the different ways that Griffith students have engaged with university. You may find some ideas or inspiration here about the type of university experience that you would like to have.
Go-getter: Makiko Harada balances study with volunteering for the Australian Maritime Charity Organisation by helping to restore the Krawarree World War II Army Ambulance boat at Coomera.
Overseas opportunity: Michael Bergmann in Sumatra during the 2004 Indonesian Presidential election.
Working hard: Student James Carden on a civil engineering placement in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Proud moment: Griffith Law School lecturer Phil Falk congratulates graduate Ruth Link on being named Queensland Young Lawyer of the Year.
Peer support: Dr Richard Hindmarsh and the team of second year peer mentors are helping first year environmental students to settle into university life.
Kakadu calls: Business graduate Serena Ludke prepares for a management traineeship program in Kakadu National Park.
Hands-on experience: Wayne Urada, William Petterson and David Murphy benefit from the Industrial Affiliates Project.
Excitement: The culmination of years of hard work paid off for nursing graduate Tiletha Gettons at her graduation ceremony in April.
Rubbing shoulders with the stars: Miss Universe 2004 Jennifer Hawkins, Head of Tourism Australia (Americas) Michael Longdregan and Austrade Senior Trade Commissioner and Griffith graduate Kylie Hargreaves on the red carpet at Australia Week celebrations in Los Angeles.