Discover the latest university news about Swinburne’s strategic initiatives, achievements, research and teaching.
Demand for Swinburne professional degrees grows
Wed 16 Jan 2019
Degrees with a work placement have seen an uptake in this year’s VTAC offers as students pursue study that will prepare them for the workforce.
Grant to increase security of smart home devices
Tue 15 Jan 2019
The Minister for Education Dan Tehan has awarded Swinburne researchers $360,000 to develop technology preventing cyber-attacks on smart home devices.
Swinburne joins Industry 4.0 pilot program
Fri 21 Dec 2018
Swinburne has joined a new program equipping businesses for the fourth industrial revolution that will take place in six Australian universities.
Vice-Chancellor’s end-of-year message
Wed 19 Dec 2018
Swinburne Vice-Chancellor Professor Linda Kristjanson AO delivers her end-of-year message for 2018.
Women Attaining Leadership Program launches
The program is designed to provide women in the university sector with the network and skills to move into leadership roles.
Swinburne secures $1.8 million NHMRC funding
Fri 14 Dec 2018
Swinburne has successfully secured $1.8 million in the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grants.
Swinburne STEM Superstars announced
Tue 11 Dec 2018
Swinburne’s Dr Muneera Bano and Felicity Furey are among 60 female STEM academics announced as Superstars of STEM.
Advancing understanding of reconciliation
Fri 07 Dec 2018
Journalist and Wiradjuri man Stan Grant shared his views on reconciliation at the 2018 Swinburne Annual Reconciliation Lecture.
Swinburne student among Australia’s brightest to receive scholarship
Film and television student Alinta Haydock-Burton has been awarded a New Colombo Plan scholarship by the federal government.
Australian women in STEM look to 2019
Thu 06 Dec 2018
Swinburne has been accredited in a new program designed to improve gender equity and diversity in Australian research institutions.