Discover the latest social affairs news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
72-hour disability Makeathon aims to improve lives
Mon 21 Nov 2016
Engineers, designers and developers team up to create life-changing prototypes inspired by real-life challenges
Cyber safety in remote communities
New research from Swinburne has highlighted the cyber safety issues facing Aboriginal communities.
Indigenous employment program receives award
Thu 17 Nov 2016
A Swinburne program training Indigenous people in East Arnhem Land has been recognised.
Give prisoners internet access for education
Wed 16 Nov 2016
Denying internet access is damaging any prospects of education and rehabilitation for prisoners.
How did we get the result so wrong?
Thu 10 Nov 2016
Swinburne political scientist Bryan Cranston looks at why so many experts got the US Election so wrong
Digital place-making in the Northern Territory
Tue 08 Nov 2016
Dr Edwards-Vandenhoek has worked with an Indigenous community to share their art in new media forms.
Partner violence leading health risk factor for women
Wed 02 Nov 2016
Barely a week passes without a report of the suffering or tragic death of a woman at the hands of a partner.
Gaming Australian health regulations
Associate Professor Steven Greenland discusses tricks the tobacco industry uses to sell cigarettes.
Swinburne supports Boroondara White Ribbon Day
Wed 26 Oct 2016
Swinburne partners with Boroondara for a White Ribbon Day event at the Hawthorn Arts Centre.
Home buyers least likely to default on their mortgage
Tue 25 Oct 2016
Your cultural background can determine how likely you are to default your mortgage, research shows.