We are very pleased to advise that the popular Griffith University lectures are back!
The dates for 2023 are Friday, 28th July and Friday, 27th October.
If you are interested in attending this important event please contact the U3A Office
on 07 5534 7333 before midday on Friday, 21 July, to register your interest.
The lectures will be held at the Gold Coast Campus of Griffith University, Building 39, Room 120.
The speaker at the first event on 28 July will be Associate Professor Jennifer Boddy, who is the Co-Chair of the Environmental Sustainability Committee at the University. Jennifer is a leading international researcher in environmental social work with a deep commitment to social justice and sustainability.
As Co-Chair of the Environmental Sustainability Committee she is responsible for embedding the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals into all elements of Griffith University operation.
In 2015 the United Nations defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals to improve life for everyone, everywhere. These goals include no poverty, zero hunger, gender equality, quality education, clean water and sanitation, climate action and sustainable cities. Learn how Griffith University is tackling these issues in its teaching, learning and research.
Interested U3A Members are invited to have afternoon tea at 1.30pm. The lecture will start at 2.00pm and will be followed by question time. The session will close at 3.15pm.
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