Swinburne offers free course on Autism
Thu 05 Feb 2015
A six week course that will assist parents, families and carers who live and work with individuals on the autism spectrum will be run at Swinburne.
Professor Ian Young AO to join Australia’s leading research centre for ocean engineering, science and technology
Wed 04 Feb 2015
Professor Ian Young AO will join Australia’s leading research centre in ocean engineering at Swinburne University of Technology.
Democracy at work
Victoria’s upper house has a small but potentially influential contingent of micro-party MPs, writes Swinburne's Paul Rodan.
Scott Morrison’s unfinished business
As immigration minister, Scott Morrison introduced legislative amendments that reduce transparency and accountability, writes Swinburne's Peter Mares.
Sinhalese asylum seekers' on-water claims accepted by UN
Sat 31 Jan 2015
Asylum seekers sent back to Sri Lanka have been confirmed as refugees by the UNHCR, writes Swinburne's David Corlett.
Campbell Newman and the ghost of Joh Bjelke-Petersen
Fri 30 Jan 2015
The Liberal National Party forgot it was governing in the 21st century, writes Brian Costar. The results have been disastrous.
Who is afraid of Pegida?
Anti-immigration demonstrations in the old East Germany have been dwarfed by crowds across Germany supporting the country’s new openness, writes Klaus Neumann.
Swinburne academic awarded John Hughes Distinguished Service Award
Swinburne's Professor Leon Sterling has been recognised for his significant contribution to the IT community.
Swinburne's success at California Film Awards
Tue 27 Jan 2015
Film and television students have taken out seven awards at the 2014 California Film Awards
Swinburne celebrates Australia Day 2015 Honours
Service to education, the performing arts and business were recognised as part of the Australia Day 2015 Honours List.