Private renters doing it tough
Wed 31 Jul 2019
Alarming levels of financial stress among private renters, particularly in low-rent outer suburbs, show why current welfare payments are too low.
Regional policy problems: the case of Timor-Leste
Politics and International Relations student, Bethany Richards, shares her experience as part of the Timor-Leste Policy Simulation Program.
Slapping down myths about online learning
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) debunks three myths about the quality of online education compared to face-to-face learning.
Promoting humanitarian action in a digital worlds
A Swinburne and Red Cross collaboration is shedding new light on the forms and drivers of humanitarian behaviour.
What is an astrophysicist?
Swinburne experts explain what astrophysics is and why it matters, alleviating confusion over the Australian Bachelor’s job title.
Swinburne Business School accredited by AACSB
Tue 30 Jul 2019
AACSB International accreditation places Swinburne among the highest quality business schools in the world.
Search for dark matter goes underground
Mon 29 Jul 2019
A $5 million funding boost will help build an underground physics laboratory to study one of the greatest scientific challenges of this century.
Advertising Capstone Challenge Australia 2019
Fri 26 Jul 2019
Swinburne and other university students will work on a ‘live brief’ from McDonald’s in the 2019 Advertising Capstone Challenge Australia.
Concepts for cleaner waterways
Thu 25 Jul 2019
Swinburne design students have created concepts to reduce tyre dust levels and micro-plastics in our waterways.
Swinburne launches Australian Leadership Index
The Index measures public perceptions and expectations of leadership and is based on the largest ever survey of leadership for the greater good.