Inspired by science, 20 artists reimagine our oceans in a new RMIT Gallery exhibition.
On top of the world
Why does CEO Magazine say our MBA courses are among the world’s best?Read the story
From frisbees to notebooks, our students have designed a funky new line of merchandise for ACMI.Read the story
Meet Aunty Kerrie Doyle: Research leader and Indigenous health expert
Though she was the first Indigenous Australian woman to graduate from Oxford University, Aunty Kerrie Doyle counts her son’s achievement in getting into a nursing degree as her proudest moment.
Bringing reconciliation to life
RMIT’s commitment to reconciliation is what attracted Professor Mark McMillan to become the University’s first Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Indigenous Education and Engagement.
Original Sapphire honoured for work with Indigenous girls’ education
Indigenous education champion and former member of singing group The Sapphires, Lois Peeler AM, has received an honorary doctorate from RMIT University.
No dress rehearsal: why we must act now to save our cities
Billie Giles-Corti knows what makes cities liveable. And she says we need to work together to design better urban spaces for everyone.