Swinburne sweeps In2science awards
Wed 14 Dec 2016
After two placement visits Selda Ekri gained the respect of the Year 9 science students at Hume Central Secondary College.
Supporting refugees to access higher education
Mon 12 Dec 2016
From 2017, Swinburne will offer a range of scholarships for refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.
Workplace Employer of Choice for Gender Equality
Thu 08 Dec 2016
This is the eighth year Swinburne has been named an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality.
TOM Makeathon goes down to the wire
Wed 07 Dec 2016
Students, engineers, developers and health professionals develop assistive technology prototypes for the disabled in 72 hours.
No longer consider Last Tango in Paris ‘a classic’
Mon 05 Dec 2016
Bernardo Bertolucci’s Last Tango in Paris has long been considered a classic film, until now.
Stem cell researcher awarded Victoria Fellowship
Dr Peng-Yuan (George) Wang is one of twelve early career researchers awarded a prestigious Victoria Fellowship.
Procurement rule changes good for Australian steel industry
Professor Geoff Brooks says new government procurement rules favour local Australian steel producers over their Chinese rivals.
Jetstar cadet pilot program
Fri 02 Dec 2016
A new cadet pilot program will offer school leavers and people without aviation experience an opportunity to start a career in commercial aviation.
Why the world needs superheroes
Thu 01 Dec 2016
Dr Liam Burke discusses the increasingly important role of superheroes in society.
Master of Media and Communication launches
Wed 30 Nov 2016
To prepare graduates to be leaders in a changing media landscape, Swinburne has launched a redesigned Master of Media and Communication.