Discover the latest business news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Students head to Stanford University
Fri 16 Oct 2015
Six Swinburne students are about to embark on a year long, global project that will see them use innovative design thinking methods.
An old school satchel for the digital era
Thu 15 Oct 2015
Meet the Swinburne graduate whose Kickstarter campaign lets you build your own bag.
Grooming a new breed of lawyers
Tue 13 Oct 2015
Our Bachelor of Laws students rose to the challenge during the inaugural Swinburne Law School Moot Court Competition.
Driving Home: Need for Global Cultural Competencies
Tue 22 Sep 2015
Rick Arrowood, Northeastern University, says candidates seeking employment must be equipped to demonstrate their leadership potential to stand out fro
Unhappy little vegemites
Mon 21 Sep 2015
When the Ramsey family took on Dick Smith, Australia’s trade mark protection system swung into action, writes Amanda Scardamaglia.
Australia's next wave of startups could be from the over-55s
Wed 16 Sep 2015
Senior entrepreneurs are Australia’s fastest-growing segment of entrepreneurs despite facing significant barriers including ageism, writes Alex Maritz.
The rise of the seniorpreneur
Thu 10 Sep 2015
The first ever study of Australian senior entrepreneurs has found people engaing in business start-ups at the age of 50 or over is growing rapidly.
Swinburne part of landmark philanthropy study
Swinburne together with QUT have been awarded $1.7 million to deliver a national project on individual and business giving in Australia.
How marketers condition us to buy more junk food
Swinburne's Sara Quach writes for The Conversation, explaining how social networks can impact how much junk food people consume.
Swinburne law scholar receives State Library of Victoria Fellowship
Thu 03 Sep 2015
Dr Amanda Scardamaglia has been given exclusive access to the State Library collection to undertake a three month fellowship.