Swinburne Nutrition Week 2019: Healthy snacks!
Come for a free healthy snack, and pick up some healthy eating resources while you're there!
Swinburne Nutrition Week 2019: Gut health
Gut health is a thing. And we're understanding more and more about it all the time. Come along to this informative session to learn what you can do to improve your own gut health (and why it matters!). Facilitated by Joey DeBacker (Accredited Practicing Dietitian, N4 nutrition).
Academic Integrity Poster Competition
One of the activities Swinburne is organising for the International Day of Action against Contract Cheating is a Poster Competition, open to ALL Swinburne students.
Future of Organisations and the Role of its HR Leaders
Join the AGSE for a panel discussion on what HR leaders need to do to help their organisations thrive in the future.
Join us to watch some of Swinburne’s most exciting startups pitch their business ideas to a judging panel for the chance to win $20K in venture funding.
Elder Mediation: Current Practices in Aged Care and Community Settings
The Swinburne Wellbeing Clinic for Older Adults presents an exciting series of seminars featuring guest presenters who are experts in the field of mental health and ageing to cover issues relating to late life conditions and treatments
Psychopathy: Exploring Antisociality
Do you love Mindhunter, Criminal Minds, and Dexter? Ever wondered what made serial killers such as Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and Ed Gein tick? If so, then join us as we delve into the fascinating world of psychopaths and serial killers.
Swinburne Nutrition Week 2019: The truth about sugar
Is sugar really THAT bad for you? And does it really hide in that many places?
Round Table with the Chair of the Department of Psychological Sciences
Professor Sunil Bhar, Chair of the Department of Psychological Sciences, invites you to attend a roundtable discussion on post-Bachelor studies and careers in psychology. Students from any psychology course and level are encouraged to attend.
CUTransitions talks: Visions of a housing system
Prof David Clapham discusses ‘broken’ housing systems and what alternatives might look like.
Society 4.0 - Public Lecture: A Shorter Working Week
Join Alice Martin from New Economics Foundation (UK), who will discuss the organisation's mission to enable a shorter working week across Europe.
Society 4.0 - Forum
This forum will explore the societal implications of living with, adapting to, and securing wellbeing in, the digital economy. Hear from speakers who are driving the change for good.
The AGSE Oration presents Poppy King
Swinburne alum and beauty entrepreneur Poppy King flies in from New York to share her incredible story.
The 2019 Centre for Mental Health Hope Seminar: Better Outcomes for People with Serious Mental Illness
The 2019 Annual HOPE Seminar will feature an evening of talks from Swinburne’s Centre for Mental Health sharing the most exciting and hopeful research on improving outcomes for people with serious mental disorders.
Workplace Communication Skills Workshop
What next? You've got your job but do you have the skills to succeed in the workplace? This workshop will give you some practical skills to enable you to effectively communicate and interact with your colleagues, management and external clients.
Mindfulness: The Psychology of Being Present
Gain new knowledge and skills for living well. Accompanied by a presentation of research evidence on the impact of mindfulness on psychological wellbeing, with special guest John Beaton a writer, photographer, and software engineer, on how to embrace the transience of life.
VTAC Unpacked For Parents
In this webinar we’ll demystify VTAC, preferences, the application process and the December offer round so you can help your student get clear on their next steps.
Professional Learning for Teachers of Applied Computing VCE units 1 and 2
You’re invited to a professional learning session at Swinburne University of Technology, in partnership with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA).
Connecting with Tomorrow: Enhancing Health Literacy, Eliminating Inequity
Using the latest health literacy research and practices, this masterclass will demonstrate how to develop fit-for-purpose interventions to reduce inequity in health service access and engagement.
Connecting with Tomorrow: Enhancing Health Literacy Eliminating Inequity
A three-day intensive masterclass for managers, executives, health professionals, health planners, policy makers, researchers, and those active in health promotion and community services.
Wantirna Info Evening
Get the lowdown on diplomas, certificates and Free TAFE courses. Chat to course experts and tour the facilities.
Hawthorn Info Evening
Interested in a certificate, diploma, bachelor or master degree? Discover everything you need to know about our courses and uni life.
Australia-China Sport Exchange Seminar
In partnership with the Tsinghua University Centre for Development of Sport Industry, the Swinburne University Sport Innovation Research Group presents an opportunity to engage in an Australia-China Sport Exchange seminar.