Early entry program supports disrupted Year 12 students
Tue 16 Jun 2020
An early entry program at Swinburne is supporting secondary students affected by the COVID-19 situation during their 2020 studies.
Commemorating National Sorry Day together
Mon 15 Jun 2020
At Swinburne, we reflect on our shared history with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by commemorating National Sorry Day together.
Swinburne community recognised in Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List
Thu 11 Jun 2020
Four Swinburne community members have been named in the Queen's Birthday 2020 Honours List.
Swinburne law students create innovative legal tech solutions on global scale
Two students represented Swinburne in a global competition to help solve real-life legal industry problems using technology.
Students lead the Be a Better Human campaign online
Wed 10 Jun 2020
Swinburne students lead the Be a Better Human campaign to promote consent and respectful behaviour
Eating well during winter
Lecturer in Dietetics, Georgina Latimer, shares her tips for eating well during the cold winter months and her favourite winter warmer recipes
Swinburne climbs in QS rankings
Swinburne has improved its position in the QS World University Rankings.
The housing boom propelled inequality, but a coronavirus housing bust will skyrocket it
Tue 09 Jun 2020
History shows downturns often increase inequality and many buyers who took out big loans during the housing boom are at risk.
Investigating the effects of COVID-19 on eating and exercise behaviours
Swinburne researchers have conducted a study investigating how COVID-19 has affected the eating and exercise behaviours of Australians
Dr Emma Lee joins National Co-Design Group for Indigenous voice
Fri 05 Jun 2020
Swinburne’s Dr Emma Lee is appointed to the National Co-Design Group reviewing how an Indigenous voice could operate at a national level.