RMIT Alumni Magazine
We profile News Corp CEO Robert Thomson in the leadership issue of our new magazine.
More than 3,500 RMIT students have graduated in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, China and Singapore.
Opening the vault
The performing history of Circus Oz is revealed in a fascinating Melbourne Festival exhibition.
Our design students win big at the furniture industry's most coveted awards.
- Academics to edit international weapons series 30/10/2014A top New York publisher has selected two leading RMIT academics to edit a prestigious new series on weapons of mass destruction.
- Adjunct Professor wins top landscape architecture award 29/10/2014RMIT Adjunct Professor Perry Lethlean has received one of the world's most renowned landscape architecture awards.
- Study reveals a culture of gleaners 28/10/2014Researchers investigating the reuse of hard rubbish have found organised scavenging - or "gleaning" - is well embedded in Australian culture.
- Feathers in flight inspire anti-turbulence technology 28/10/2014Inspired by nature's own anti-turbulence devices - feathers - RMIT University researchers are developing technology to end turbulence on flights.
- Humanitarian engineer wins coveted scholarship 27/10/2014An RMIT student is one of only five young humanitarian engineers awarded an Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge Scholarship in 2014.
- Small business success for RMIT entrepreneur 24/10/2014RMIT alumnus and organic food entrepreneur Matthew Hardie has received the NAB Microenterprise Loan Award for Best Business Success story.
BlogsJean Paul Gaultier and the true history of the fashion stripe23/10/2014If the wearing of stripes seems a trivial matter, there was a time when to be striped was indeed to be marked as socially marginalised or excluded.
PodcastIs public transport too important to be left to politicians?27/10/2014A critical and jovial debate to honour one of Australia's foremost transport advocates and planning scholars, Associate Professor Paul Mees OAM.
VideoThree Minute Thesis27/10/2014 RMIT's 2014 Three Minute Thesis runner up Duncan Law presents his research, Modelling Open Science.