Discover the latest social affairs news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Congratulations to our Swinburne Olympians
Tue 06 Sep 2016
Six students studying at Swinburne competed in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Direct Action Plan not as motivating as the Carbon Tax
Fri 02 Sep 2016
Swinburne research says companies are losing focus with the Coalitions Direct Action Plan for carbon emissions.
Measuring the road to success with the CSIRO
Thu 01 Sep 2016
Swinburne is helping the CSIRO analyse social networks that may benefit innovation in Australia.
Swinburne and the Hungarian Consulate connect businesses
Swinburne and the Hungarian Consulate connected Victorian businesses with opportunities in Europe.
Australia's stance on nuclear deterrance
Fri 26 Aug 2016
PhD candidate Dimity Hawkins and Senior Lecturer Julie Kimber discuss nuclear forces.
Poor mental health support for older Australians
Access to psychologists and psychological services remains poor in Australian residential aged care facilities.
Tackling Melbourne’s housing demand
Thu 25 Aug 2016
Professor Peter Newton believes long-established residential areas could help satisfy Melbourne’s housing demand.
Study measures Australia’s digital divide
Wed 24 Aug 2016
The release of the first Australian Digital Inclusion Index is the most detailed snapshot yet of online participation in Australia.
National survey on sexual assault
Tue 23 Aug 2016
Swinburne is joining 38 universities across Australia to conduct a national student survey on sexual assault and harassment.
How temporary migration is changing Australia
Fri 12 Aug 2016
Adjunct Fellow Peter Mares explores temporary migration policy in Australia.