Discover the latest business news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Why slow and steady approach to crowd funding may pay off
Fri 12 Dec 2014
Swinburne's Vijaya Thyil discusses why a slow and steady approach to crowd funding may pay off.
New Colombo Plan scholarship for Swinburne aviation and commerce student
Wed 10 Dec 2014
Swinburne student Daniel Eastwood-Whitaker will be heading off to China next year after receiving a government funded New Colombo plan scholarship.
Proceeds of crime: how polymer banknotes were invented
Thu 27 Nov 2014
The story behind the plastic money we use today – and the criminal world that drove its development.
Swinburne and Kildonan UnitingCare partner to tackle financial hardship
An Australian-first project that aims to ‘triage’ financial issues and facilitate debt relief.
Business heading to Swinburne for big ideas
Wed 26 Nov 2014
Students and researchers will be showcasing their game-changing industry collaboration projects at Swinburne’s Industry Open Day.
Swinburne hosts launch of Boroondara Cares Foundation
Boroondara Cares Foundation brings together nine Rotary clubs aiming to capture new funding for community programs within the City of Boroondara.
Swinburne alumna wins Rotary award
Tue 25 Nov 2014
Congratulations to Liz Rodriguez winner of the 2014 Swinburne-Camberwell Rotary Community Service award.
Swinburne professor elected President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
Mon 24 Nov 2014
Professor John Fitzgerald, a leading expert on China, was recently elected President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Bringing bow ties back
Tue 18 Nov 2014
Melbourne loves start-ups and Swinburne students are producing some top notch goods.
Parties move to retain tight control over preference flows
Swinburne's Professor Brian Costar says Victorian voters- not the major parties- can control where their preferences go