Fri 21 Apr 2017
Swinburne is working with Indigenous people to provide them with skills needed to secure work.
Do American voters really have a say?
Mon 31 Oct 2016
Despite popular opinion, American voters on Election Day are not voting for the president.
Change Agents podcast new episode
Fri 28 Oct 2016
Victoria’s council reforms in 1994 remain Australia’s most radical restructuring of local government.
Recalibrating views on body image illness
Thu 27 Oct 2016
New research from Swinburne suggests body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) may be triggered by biological factors.
Do we thank science for all our prosperity?
There is much we can learn from the social sciences, writes Professor Beth Webster.
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.
Augmented reality game to launch
A new augmented reality game created by a Swinburne academic in collaboration with Zomato allows players to explore the city’s laneways.
How is the American President elected?
Tue 25 Oct 2016
Politics expert Bryan Cranston unpacks how the USA decides its next President.
Home buyers least likely to default on their mortgage
Your cultural background can determine how likely you are to default your mortgage, research shows.
Swinburne’s success at plumbing awards
Mon 24 Oct 2016
Apprentice Calan Haydon has taken out the gold medal at the National Plumbing and Fire Awards.