Gold for RMIT IT Network alumnus
RMIT graduate Luke Faccin has won gold at the 2016 WorldSkills Australia National Competition, Melbourne, a showcase of the country’s best emerging talent across more than 60 skill areas.
RMIT and Dental Health Services Victoria students graduate
Students return to study after 35 years, graduate from Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (Leadership and Mentoring).
RMIT launches brand-new destination for start-ups
RMIT Activator is an initiative that helps current students, staff and researchers grow successful start-up ventures.
Victorian Training Awards win
RMIT won the Industry Collaboration Award in partnership with Metricon and the Master Builders Association at the 2016 Victorian Training Awards.
Aboriginal elders welcome students on Lake Condah field research trip
RMIT students have met with Aboriginal elders on a field research trip into the natural and cultural resources of Lake Condah and the Budg Bim National Heritage Landscape, in south-west Victoria.
Indigenous visit to RMIT broadens vision for research and training
Indigenous elders and health service workers from the Northern Territory have visited RMIT in Melbourne to explore new research and training opportunities.
Vocational education showcased at RMIT Career Discovery day
More than 500 secondary students, career advisers and teachers have attended RMIT’s inaugural discovery day for vocational career choices.
Building and trades students shaping their future
RMIT’s School of Vocational Engineering recognised the academic and leadership achievements of its building and trades students at a recent annual awards night.
High-tech breakfast loud and clear
Founder and managing director of Australian pro-audio company Røde Microphones, Peter Freedman, recently presented the keynote address at an exclusive Engineering Week breakfast hosted by RMIT.
Sleeping at work could become part of the job
Sleeping on the job may become the norm for Australia’s million plus shift-workers if research by RMIT sleep expert Dr Melinda Jackson gets the nod.
Sustainable water project attracts foreign visitors
Members of the Chinese Ministry of Water have visited the RMIT EPC Water Project with the aim of rolling out a similar water saving program under a guaranteed performance model in China.
RMIT-built lab connects students in Fiji to education
Students at a Fijian high school have celebrated the opening of an IT lab built by an RMIT team, in a landmark project that could be replicated across the Pacific island nation.
RMIT training develops next generation of defence skills
Australian Defence Force personnel will develop technical skills for working with the latest military technologies through training delivered by RMIT, as part of a new $911,000 contract.
Meet Jade Cusworth: award-winning vocational teacher
Jade Cusworth from the School of Vocational Health Sciences is RMIT's Vocational Education Early Career Teacher of the Year.
Dental training program combines oral health and radiography
A new combined oral health and radiography training program developed by RMIT for Dental Health Services Victoria is already kicking goals for more than 50 students.
A science experience to remember
High school students from all over Victoria kicked off the year by taking part in RMIT’s annual event, The Conoco Phillips Science Experience.
Clean sweep for RMIT at iAwards
RMIT student projects claimed both the undergraduate and postgraduate prizes at the 2014 Victorian iAwards.
Excellence and leadership acknowledged at School Prizes
The annual School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (SAMME) prizes and awards ceremony recognised student achievements.
Staff recognised for outstanding contributions to RMIT
Two staff members from the College of Science, Engineering and Health have received recognition for their contribution to RMIT.
Students create 'Noah's Ark' for threatened species
RMIT students are helping support "Noah's Ark" sites for rare and threatened species through a partnership with Banyule City Council.
RMIT team tackles clean water problems in Bangladesh
A team of RMIT students and staff have combined their skills and talents in a bid to win the Water Innovation Challenge to be held in Singapore in June, 2014.
Skills shift vital for future of manufacturing industry
A new study has found that Australia will need to develop its workforce to compete in high-end Australian manufacturing over the next decade.
Research provides valuable insight into water quality
Research into chemicals found in recycled water is offering a promising insight into the viability of using aquifers for water storage.
RMIT and Boeing commence research into the future of autonomous flight
RMIT University has signed an agreement with Boeing to commence a collaborative research project on the challenges faced with today’s highly autonomous systems.
SPACE acknowledged in 50 Solutions that Count
Research undertaken at the (SPACE) Research Centre has been cited in the Australian Technology Network (ATN) of Universities’ 50 Solutions That Count.
Science Experience 2014
Students from high schools all over Victoria learned that there is more to science than just test tubes when they participated in RMIT’s Science Experience.