Griffith University courses and instructors

Griffith University is an innovative university that is committed to multidisciplinary teaching and research, and the creation and communication of knowledge. It has five networked campuses in three cities across the Brisbane-Gold Coast corridor. The Griffith University community comprises students from more than 122 countries around the globe, and academic staff who set a rigorous pace in the achievement of research and teaching excellence.

Griffith University is an innovative university that is committed to multidisciplinary teaching and research, and the creation and communication of knowledge. It has five networked campuses in three cities across the Brisbane-Gold Coast corridor. The Griffith University community comprises students from more than 122 countries around the globe, and academic staff who set a rigorous pace in the achievement of research and teaching excellence.

Griffith University ranks in the top five per cent of universities worldwide. It is Australia's ninth largest higher education provider and an influential player in education and research in the Asia-Pacific region. Students benefit from degrees informed by world-class research, expert knowledge and industry connections.

Drawing on the University’s founding strengths and focus on responsible leadership, sustainability and the Asia-Pacific, Griffith’s teaching and research addresses many of tomorrow’s challenges. Griffith was the first Australian university to offer degrees in areas of relevance to today’s society, such as environmental science and Asian studies. Now a comprehensive university, Griffith offers a full suite of degrees in the disciplines of business and government, criminology and law, education, engineering and information technology, environment, health, humanities, languages and linguistics, music, planning and architecture, science and aviation, and visual and creative arts. Griffith also has an expanding online presence, building on its experience as one of Australia’s leading providers of online education.

Griffith has grown in 40-plus years from a small single campus of 451 students to one of the most respected universities in its region, with an international network of 120,000 alumni. The University is now home to more than 43,000 students across five campuses between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Each campus has distinct areas of teaching and research strengths and features state-of-the art facilities that reflect the University’s innovation and future focus. With $320 million in development being unveiled, Griffith is Australia’s fastest growing university precinct.

Griffith University Instructors (2)

  • Aaron Sell

    Dr Aaron Sell lectures in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University doing research on anger and aggression from an evolutionary perspective. He received his PhD in evolutionary psychology from the prestigious Center for Evolutionary Psychology at UC Santa Barbara.

    Dr Aaron Sell lectures in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University doing research on anger and aggression from an evolutionary perspective. He received his PhD in evolutionary psychology from the prestigious Center for Evolutionary Psychology at UC Santa Barbara.

    Aaron’s research relates models of animal aggression to human anger. By doing this he is able to identify variables that predict aggression and anger in humans, and study how they differ between man and woman. His research has been widely covered in the press, and he teaches several popular courses at Griffith.

  • Dr. Peter Woods

    Dr. Peter Woods is a senior lecturer in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith Business School, Griffith University.

    Dr. Peter Woods is a senior lecturer in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith Business School, Griffith University. He received his PhD from Griffith University in 2007. His research interests include Chinese management, Indonesian leadership, cross-cultural management and diversity management.

    Peter is internationally recognised for his expertise in developing and effectively using innovative curriculum materials and approaches for teaching multicultural students. He has won a number of teaching awards, including an Australian University Award for Teaching Excellence in 2010.

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