We're still fighting city freeways after half a century
Thu 12 Dec 2019
Researchers from Swinburne and RMIT University discuss the protests of freeways and why the government should listen.
A tale of two design graduates
Swinburne design graduates Laura Tune and Nicole Giannenas success after university proves that a future in design looks different for everybody.
Australian workers expect big changes in the workplace, but don’t feel prepared
Three in five Australian workers do not think their current skill set is suited for the next five years of work, shows new Swinburne research
Swinburne Welcome scholarship recipient shines in STEM
Swinburne Civil Engineering student Amrita Kharel was part of the first group of Welcome Scholarship recipients and is about to graduate with commendable re
Promoting reconciliation through cultural immersion
Jennifer Turner is contributing to Swinburne’s reconciliation journey by transforming learning through a cultural immersion experience.
New research highlights lack of affordable rentals for low-income Australians
Wed 11 Dec 2019
Swinburne researchers say a shortage of suitable rental properties for very low-income households is forcing many to live in unaffordable rentals.
Reflections on a 2019 ABC Top 5 Media Residency
Swinburne comic artist Dr Darren C Fisher reflects on his experience as part of the Top 5 Media Residency with the ABC.
It’s time to stop viewing dating apps as a risk
Tue 10 Dec 2019
Australians using online dating apps understand the risks involved and are sharing new skills for pursuing safe interactions.
Analysis: PR Disasters of 2019
Mon 09 Dec 2019
PR disasters, there’s been a few this year, but there always are, writes Swinburne PR lecturer Simon Morgan.
Swinburne student wins innovation pitch competition
PhD candidate Suneeti Purohit’s initiative to revolutionise the steelmaking industry has won the 2019 AMP Amplify Ignite competition.