Griffith's School of Environment and Science maintains an illustrious research position across numerous industry sectors which guides and informs its learning and teaching charter
Home to Australia’s first and only program accreditation by the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand, the School also facilitates this country’s only combined qualification in traditional planning practices and environmental science.
A wide range of pioneering degree programs are available for undergraduate and postgraduate studies across various environmental sectors, biomolecular and biomedical science and forensic science. The Bachelor of Science offering provides an innovative, flexible and interdisciplinary program across 13 majors including chemistry and physics, through to materials science and marine biology.
The work-integrated learning program provides direct access to talented students in science, environment, engineering and technology.
WIL integrates undergraduate and postgraduate students into the workplace through completing an industry based project.
In just his second year, Aidan Brotherton secured a position with the Cities Research Institute where as a research assistant he was able to learn from leading experts from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds.
‘I discovered the value of good research principles and how critical industry engagement is in research. I also helped run a major conference in the field of transport and land use research, including preparing field trips to see busways, ferries and light rail systems in South East Queensland.’
Explore the core research and innovation happening within the School of Environment and Science
Desiree Bergeron Rodriguez, Marine Science
March 19, 2018
Sea Jellies and bursting bubbles make for Street Science fun at World Science Festival
Calling all fans of science, old, and particularly young, to join in the fun of Griffith University’s Street Science (24 -25 March) at World Science Festival Brisbane. Science lovers will get a sneak ...
March 08, 2018
Study finds Antarctic krill turn microplastics into nanoplastics
A groundbreaking Griffith University study has found Antarctic krill which ingest microplastics are able to turn them into nanoplastics through digestion.
March 07, 2018
Urban experts band together to launch new podcast
When trying to make sense of all around us and how we interact with our urban environment, six heads are better than one. Joining forces to launch a new podcast platform The Urban Broadcast Collective...