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- Super investment pathway could close rental supply gap 15/04/2014A groundbreaking report by RMIT researchers outlines a new investment pathway to lift the supply of affordable rental housing.
- The high cost of bad quality data 10/04/2014A new study of the Australian healthcare industry has revealed the impact that inaccurate and inconsistent data can have on patient safety.
- New home for urban research 09/04/2014RMIT University has launched a new inter-disciplinary research centre focusing on critical urban issues and sustainable city living.
- Book launch: ‘After Secularism’ by Erin Wilson and ‘Contesting Citizenship’ by Anne McNevin //Two books will be launched by Richard Devetak, Senior Lecturer in Political Science and International Studies, University of Queensland.
- Asia@RMIT seminar 13/07/2011The Graduate School of Business and Law together with the School of Media and Communication, invite you to attend the July Asia @ RMIT seminar.
- Lunchtime Professional Development Session - Multiple Choice Questions 14/07/2011The Academic Development Group (ADG) is running a professional development program for College of Business staff over the course of the year.