In conjunction with Griffith University, the SRC and GUPSA have developed the Learning Preferences Survey to get a better understanding of student’s preferences for learning during 2021 and beyond.
 
This is in response to feedback from students with how classes are currently being delivered.
 
Results from this survey will help inform discussions as to how teaching is delivered moving forward, so we strongly encourage all students to complete this survey and have their voices heard.
 
The Mentor Academy – Free online Course
 
Vygo’s new freely available online mentor training course spearheaded with guidance from a global Academic Council.
 
The Mentor Academy was created to allow learners to upskill themselves and allow all education institutions to launch impactful mentoring programs. We believe that every learner deserves the opportunity to be mentored and to mentor someone else.
 
Amazing mentoring relationships start with amazing mentor training, sign up today – https://www.thementor.academy/

Assignment Help is available to currently enrolled Griffith Students undertaking any undergraduate or postgraduate (coursework or masters only) program, across any discipline, see details below when mentors are available.

 

Trimester 1 Schedule

  • Weeks 3 to 12
  • Dates: Monday and Tuesday
  • Times: 9:00am to 9:00pm

 

We can help with:

  • Basic proof reading and editing
  • Assistance with referencing
  • Laying out and planning your assignment
  • Basic researching techniques
  • General instruction on course and University assignment guidelines
  • General university tips and support

 

How to contact a Griffith Mentor

You can talk to a Griffith Mentor on Blackboard Collaborate or send them a message or your work via Facebook Messenger.

Wellness, Advocacy and Leadership Initiative (WALi) Casual Positions 2021
 
The Student Representative Council (SRC) and Griffith University Postgraduate Students Association (GUPSA) are recruiting students from the Brisbane and Logan campuses to work on a casual basis throughout 2021 as student leaders, as part of the Wellness, Advocacy and Leadership Initiative (WALi).
 
Successful applicants will be responsible for running Wellness Headquarters (HQs) where they will engage with students in discussions about mental health and wellbeing, as well as provide information and referral to support available at Griffith and in the community. WALi Student Leaders also facilitate wellness walks at Nathan campus, and contribute to content for our Online Wellness HQ. Training and ongoing support will be provided.
 
Students with previous experience engaging with students from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of education and life experiences are encouraged to apply.  Details on how to apply can be found in the WALi Position Description 2021
 
If you have questions about the role, please email SRC Advocacy at advocacy@griffith.edu.au
 
 
Applications close at 5:00pm Friday 16th April 2021.
Has your resume got what it takes to impress Australia’s Top Graduate Employers? Submit yours now to win great prizes!
 
How to enter:
Simply fill out the following form by 5pm 14th May.
 
Please specify in the form which Graduate Position you are applying for (share a link or provide job description). Entrants give permission for their resume to be potentially used by the Careers and Employment Service as a good example. If your resume is selected as a good example, you will be notified but your name and identifying details will not appear on the example.
 
Why enter?
You’ll get feedback on your resume – valuable for future job applications! Tips for the best resume! Try out the new resume templates on the Careers web site
Submit your resume to Griffith Career Consultants for Feedback before you enter the competition! Griffith Career Consultants
 
Prizes
1st – $800 Myer voucher
2nd – Tablet or laptop valued at $500.00
3rd – $200 Officeworks voucher
 
Entries close at 5pm Friday 14 May with winners announced 30th June 2021.
 
Good luck!
 

Amid a global pandemic which has impacted every aspect of student life, we want to hear from you about your experiences with financial stress while studying at Griffith during these unprecedented times.  Information from this survey will be used by the SRC to better understand the financial impacts COVID has had on students and how changes to Griffith support services may impact on students access to help.

 

Complete the SRC’s Financial Wellbeing Survey and go into the draw to win 1 of 5 $100 vouchers!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7ZSZKG6

The competition closes end of Week 4

 

Expand your knowledge of mental health and wellbeing services, practice self-care, and have some fun! 5 x $200 gift vouchers to be won!
 
Scavenger Hunt runs from – Monday 8th March to Sunday 6th June, 9 pm,
 
 
Instructions
1. Download the Scavify app: Go to https://www.scavify.com/download and choose the app right for you, or search for Scavify in the App Store or Google Play. Note: for iPads you must search “iPad and iPhone apps”.
2. Join the hunt – Open the app, sign up to create an account, search for “Where’s WALi?” and join the hunt.
 
Students will earn points for the chance to win one of five $200 vouchers. The 5 top scoring participants will win! In the event of a tie, the top scoring participants will be entered into a random draw.
 
Winners will be notified in the week commencing 14 June.
 

It’s official! The SRC now has a new Constitution! 

 

As 2020 draws to an end, the SRC will transition to welcome a Digital Campus committee on the board in Trimester 1, 2021. With all the changes and challenges COVID-19 brought to the table, the SRC board made the decision to change the SRC constitution to include the Digital Campus Committee so that online students can be represented on the SRC board from 2021 and into the future.

The process for changing the constitution had several steps. Firstly, the board moved a special resolution at their September board meeting to adopt the changes, followed by a referendum from November 2nd – 6th to allow students to vote on the proposed changes. 90.3% of the votes received were in favour of these changes.

The last step was for the new constitution to be approved by the University Council. This week, we were advised by the Office of the Vice President (Corporate Services) that at its December meeting the University Council decided as below:

On the recommendation of the Griffith University Student Representative Council (SRC), Council resolved to approve the revised Student Representative Council constitution (2020/0000070) with immediate effect.

The next step will be for the SRC to determine dates for Trimester 1, 2021 so that nominations can open for the Digital Campus Committee (1 x President & 2 x Committee Members).

To view the new SRC Constitution, please click here, or see an overview of the changes here.