Grief and loss | Seminar Series on Ageing
CEO of the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement Christopher Hall presents strategies to assist older adults living with grief.
STEMM Gender Equity and Diversity focus groups
You are warmly invited to attend one of a series of focus groups being conducted at Swinburne University in support of its bronze-level application for the SAGE Athena SWAN award.
Break down the AURIN Workbench and other spatial tools and dive deep into the data access and analytics available through the AURIN Workbench.
What if our muscle cells thrive on gold?
Join us to learn how muscle cells are grown in the lab and how different materials can be used to entice your muscle cells to grow faster.
Multicultural Art Exhibition to celebrate Refugee Week
Join us to celebrate cultural diversity through art, music and culture at Swinburne. It's free and everyone's welcome.
International Women in Engineering Day
Help us celebrate the achievements of our outstanding women engineers in both their personal and professional lives.
Swinburne Celebrates Research Conference 2017
We're celebrating research at Swinburne in a 2-day event at Hawthorn, featuring renowned keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, opportunities for professional development, industry engagement, mentoring and advice.
Experience dinosaurs with Swinburne
Join Professor Pat Vickers-Rich, Swinburne palaeontologist, at this alumni networking event, as she explores a time when a varied fauna of dinosaurs roamed the great rift valley that lay between Australia and Antarctica.
Centre for Transformative Innovation and Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar
Associate Professor David S. Levine presents research on the use of trade secrets by tech startups. Join us for this free seminar!
Jobs Ready - Graduate Employment Masterclass
Recently graduated or due to graduate this year? Get support to transition into professional employment.
HYDAC International site visit
Final year students in Mechanical, Robotics and Mechatronics, Electrical or Electronics Engineering are invited to attend a site visit at HYDAC International, a world leading German manufacturer of fluid power products, electronic devices and process technology.
Carer support | Seminar Series on Ageing
A panel conversation addressing the experience of caring with a special focus on Dementia.
Engineering Practice Academy
Join the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology at the launch of Swinburne's Engineering Practice Academy and associated Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Practice degree.
Social Innovation Institute Chatroom: Design for Participation of People Living with a Disability
Are you interested or currently working on a research project, development or idea that could be relevant to improving day-to-day life for a person living with a disability?
2017 Swinburne Annual Reconciliation Lecture: Black to the Future
Join Professor John Maynard from the University of Newcastle for this year's Annual Reconciliation Lecture.
Reconciliation Week Morning Teas
Join Swinburne as we celebrate National Reconciliation Week with morning teas at our Hawthorn, Croydon and Wantirna campuses.
Swinburne Innovation Precinct Launch Camp
Launch Camp is an early stage pre-accelerator that supports teams to explore the potential translation, implementation or commercialisation of their research-led idea. Applications are open now!
Transforming outcomes, practices, and cultures through STEM education research
Dr Joachim Walther, Director, Engineering Education Transformation Institute (University of Georgia, USA), presents this special public seminar.
Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar
Join us for this free seminar where Omer Majeed will present findings about determinants of employment growth in Australia, paying particular attention to the role of innovation.
How do Indigenous Australians read the stars?
Learn about the many ways in which Indigenous Australians encoded scientific information in their knowledge systems and some of the ways they pass this knowledge to successive generations.