Modern-Day Slavery: Why it’s YOUR Business
Presented by RMIT College of Business, join Dr. Marcus Powe as he chairs this eye-opening public Q&A panel discussion featuring US Investigative Journalist Christine Dolan.
Young People and the Coming of the Third Industrial Revolution
Professor Peter Kelly presents: "Young People and the Coming of the Third Industrial Revolution: The Self as Enterprise after the GFC, after neo-Liberalism"
Designa Monologues: Why Quantum Computing?
Join Professor Andrew Greentree in light-hearted but deep conversation with Dr John Lenarcic about quantum technology and other sundry matters.
Responsive Landscapes. Curated Complexity.
Join RMIT's Foundation and Landscape Architecture programs for a public lecture by Associate Professor Bradley Cantrell (Harvard Graduate School of Design).
Transnational families, communication technologies and the negotiation of temporal orderings
Simultaneities, rhythm and rupture
Engineering and technology 2020 - insights and opportunities
Join current and emerging professional engineers to hear keynote speaker Mark McCrindle on demographic trends as they relate to the engineering and technology sectors.
Digital Disruption of Work and Life
Digital Disruption of Work and Life: A Collaborative Research Forum on the Opportunities and Challenges
Masculinism, global warming and ‘man-made’ disasters: Towards a profeminist environmentalist response
Professor Bob Pease, University of Tasmania presents "Masculinism, global warming and ‘man-made’ disasters: Towards a profeminist environmentalist response".
Industry Trends: Virtual and Augmented Reality
Virtual Reality is a technology that has threatened to be vaporware since the 1990s. Now that it’s here, what are we using it for? What should we be using it for?