Bringing families together
Thu 08 Jun 2017
Carla McEnery hopes to launch a program with the aim of supporting the family members of schizophrenia sufferers.
A roaring success
Garth Davis credits his time at Swinburne for his initial exposure to filmmaking and his love of design and art.
Grand challenges for smart cities
Swinburne’s Smart Cities Research Institute brings a unique approach to transforming today’s cities.
Stories from the land
A group of farmers touched by rural suicide come together at Swinburne to share their experiences and heal.
Swinburne rises in QS World University Rankings
Swinburne ranked in top 430 universities globally, improving its position by rising another 20 places.
Melbourne’s relationship with being Australia’s ‘street art capital’
Melbourne, has at various times promoted itself as the nation’s “sports and events capital”, more recently, as the “street art capital”.
Woman of measure
Dr Leonie Walsh is an advocate for science as a career path for women, saying a multifaceted approach will help attract women.
A rich life
A Swinburne professor of paleobiology hopes to excavate an ancient, buried lake that could be home to undiscovered fossils.
The future has wings
Swinburne professor makes discoveries that have implications for antibiotic-free medical treatments.
Energy and efficiency
A professor at Swinburne has learnt that the key to successful work-life balance lies in extensive time planning.