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Domino’s Pizza CEO offers insights to staff and students 18/09/2014
The CEO of Domino's Pizza Enterprise, Don Meij, has visited RMIT as part of Career Development and Employment's Experience week.


RMIT partners with UN network to reduce poverty 16/09/2014
RMIT University has become a key academic partner in a United Nations network aimed at reducing poverty through land reform.


RMIT researchers awarded Churchill Fellowships 15/09/2014
Two researchers will head overseas to further their work in micro- and nano-technologies after receiving prestigious Churchill Fellowships.


Boost to academic staff numbers 12/09/2014
RMIT is investing in the growth of academic staff numbers with 88 extra staff recruited to continuing roles across the University in 2014.


Metricon staff complete specialised RMIT training 10/09/2014
A group of site managers from Metricon in Geelong have graduated from a specially tailored skills program at RMIT University.


New research to help predict flu outbreaks 10/09/2014
Researchers are working to enable influenza outbreaks to be predicted in much the same way as meteorologists forecast weather.


Research helps to make maths real 08/09/2014
RMIT researchers have received more than $1.47 million in funding to find new ways to make maths more engaging for high school students.


Workshop bridges gap between academia and food industry 04/09/2014
RMIT has brought together researchers and industry in a one-day workshop showcasing the latest innovations in food technology.


RMIT delivers $30 million boost to micro and nano-tech 01/09/2014
A new $30 million research facility at RMIT University will drive cutting-edge advances in micro- and nano-technologies.


Inaugural Professorial Lecture 01/09/2014
Professor Sujeeva Setunge delivered her Inaugural Professorial Lecture at RMIT University.