Discover the latest arts and design news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne turning PhDs on their head
Mon 30 Mar 2015
If you could look 50 years into the future, what would a PhD look like?
New Board Chair For Swinburne Leadership Institute
Wed 25 Mar 2015
Former Swinburne Deputy Chancellor Kathy Townsend has taken over from Chancellor Graham Goldsmith as Chair of the Swinburne Leadership Institute Advisory B
Renovators asked to share their ideas
Swinburne is asking renovators to complete a survey on how the changing media landscape is impacting the way they carry out their renovations.
Un-masking the five faces of oppression
Tue 24 Mar 2015
Swinburne Associate Professor Dori Tunstall explores the five faces of oppression, drawing on Australia's history and culture.
Data retention plan amended for journalists, but is it enough?
Fri 20 Mar 2015
The House of Representatives has finally passed the third tranche of national security legislation concerning data retention.
Swinburne to Seattle for Multimedia alumnus
Wed 18 Mar 2015
One of Swinburne's will soon begin a job with the largest US online retailer.
Dumping TAFE writing courses silences the disenfranchised
Mon 16 Mar 2015
Three large TAFEs have abandoned their Professional Writing and Editing courses, closing the door on one of the longest-running vocational courses.
Swinburne has finalists in Byron Bay International Film Festival
Fri 06 Mar 2015
Two Swinburne students have been nominated for Young Australian Filmmaker of the Year, at an international film festival.
Un-doing youth alienation: designs for belonging
Swinburne Associate Professor Elizabeth Tunstall discusses the role design can play with engaging youth.
Family ties: why political dynasties rule in America's democracy
Thu 05 Mar 2015
Swinburne Politics Lecturer Bryan Cranston discusses political dynasties within the United States, analysing their effect on the country's democracy.