Congratulations to Queen’s Birthday Honours recipients
Outstanding contributors from the RMIT community have been recognised with an Order of Australia in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
RMIT launches Dhumbah Goorowa
As part of National Reconciliation week, RMIT celebrated the launch of its second Reconciliation Plan, Dhumbah Goorowa.
Nurturing community and culture
One student, one alumnus. Both with a passion for health and care in their community. Here we share their stories.
Engaging with Indigenous communities a life-changing experience
Road trips to Barkandji Country in western NSW have shaped the world view and creative practice for students and recent alumni from the School of Architecture and Urban Design.
Walk, listen and discover RMIT’s Indigenous history
An interactive app and audio-walk is revealing RMIT’s hidden history, inviting listeners to reimagine the City campus through Indigenous stories of land, river and sky.
Willum Warrain Gathering Place: Connecting Country, culture and community
A new RMIT project celebrates the powerful story of an Indigenous gathering place and how it connects cultures, communities and Country.
Listening to community, looking forward together
RMIT researchers are supporting community-led efforts to change laws holding some Aboriginal Victorians back from employment.
Indigenous Careers Fair connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to industry leaders
RMIT University’s first Indigenous Careers Fair gave students an exclusive opportunity to network with industry leaders.
Unique public artwork unveiled at RMIT
Revealed at RMIT’s city campus, Wurrunggi Biik - Law of the Land is a 2.4 metre artwork signifying a long-lasting spiritual connection to Country.
The season that was: RMIT and Essendon Football Club
Almost a year on, and the innovative new partnership between RMIT and the Essendon Football Club (EFC) has proven a huge success.
RMIT journalism alumni receive prestigious ABC cadetships
Four recent journalism alumni will begin work as ABC reporters after receiving cadetships with the national broadcaster.
Ready for life and work: meet our newest graduands
Four students. Four different stories. Tomorrow they will be brought together at Marvel Stadium when they officially become RMIT graduates.
Major boost for Indigenous entrepreneurs at RMIT
An Indigenous start-up about start-ups is set to share in $1.37 million worth of state government funding.
Celebrating Indigenous Women
2018 NAIDOC Week focuses on recognising inspirational Indigenous women- we sat down with Shauntai Batzke, Wiradjuri opera singer and empowering mentor.
Journalism student receives Ricci Marks award
Bachelor of Communication (Journalism), student Jedda Costa has been recognised at the Ricci Marks Awards Ceremony for her leadership in the Indigenous community.
Making architecture more inclusive
Next generation of architects and designers taught the importance of Indigenous inclusion by prominent researcher.
Cyber safety in remote Aboriginal communities: report
RMIT University has released the key findings from a new report commissioned by Telstra to better understand the barriers to digital inclusion for remote Indigenous Australians.
Reconciliation Week 2018 at RMIT
Reconciliation Week 2018 was memorable for news of our Indigenous staff and students achieving accolades at home and abroad, and showcased RMIT's partnership with the Essendon Football Club.
RMIT funds Indigenous researchers
RMIT is supporting a new generation of Indigenous researchers, funding two Vice-Chancellor’s Indigenous pre-doctoral fellows.
Traditional Owners inspire new student-designed RMIT branding
An RMIT design student, inspired by the traditional owners of the land on which the university stands, has won a competition to have her Indigenous designs featured in RMIT’s official branding.
Designing in response to Indigenous sovereignty
An interactive Wiradjuri-RMIT project is among the winners in the social impact category at the 2018 Good Design Awards.
A premier partnership: Essendon Football Club and RMIT
Two iconic Melbourne institutions have joined forces, creating a new frontier in cross-industry collaboration.
A premier partnership: Essendon Football Club and RMIT
Two iconic Melbourne institutions joined forces today, creating a new frontier in cross-industry collaboration.
RMIT launches Reconciliation Action Plan
RMIT celebrated Reconciliation Week by launching its Reconciliation Action Plan and opening a new Indigenous garden on City campus.
Indigenous academics celebrate Pacific first
RMIT has co-hosted the first annual conference of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association ever held in the Pacific.
Support for Indigenous entrepreneurs
Artist Glenda Nicholls is one of the first entrepreneurs to reap the rewards of RMIT University’s new Indigenous Business Creation Scholarships.
Unique Indigenous garden brings city’s seven seasons to life
A unique Indigenous landscape and urban design space that illustrates the Kulin Nations’ seven seasons has brought extra colour and life to the heart of RMIT’s City campus.
Indigenous students celebrate next step in their working lives
RMIT University’s Indigenous students have held a special Graduation celebration.
Life-changing placements in the Territory
Social work students are working with remote Aboriginal communities as part of an innovative placement program with Northern Territory service providers.
A passion for Reconciliation
Working as part of RMIT’s Reconciliation Action Plan Committee is not just a job for RMIT staff involved – it’s also a passion.
Career change pays off for John
Making a career change involves a lot of soul searching and decisions. RMIT student John Francia knows this all too well.
Rebooting Indigenous language for the 21st century
Imagine one of the oldest languages on the planet – the Yawuru language of the Aboriginal Yawuru people from the Broome region in Western Australia.
Acknowledgement of country
RMIT University acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the land.