Hamann wins prestigious Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize
Associate Professor Conrad Hamann was announced as a joint winner of the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize, the fourth RMIT recipient to win the award.
Inclusion, integration, innovation: future-proofing education
With COVID-19 accelerating the switch to virtual learning, industry leaders say we must continue to integrate technology, embrace innovation and ensure no one is left behind.
Key Hong Kong partnerships renewed
RMIT has achieved a significant milestone in Hong Kong with the renewal of two global partnerships.
Charting our mental health recovery
Academics from across RMIT are developing innovative solutions to the various mental health challenges heightened by COVID-19.
Report highlights potential to address inequality in Australian education
A pioneering Australian education leadership program is having a positive impact on learning outcomes and could help close the inequality gap for disadvantaged learners.
RMIT to lead national cybersecurity project for the tertiary sector
RMIT’s new Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) will lead a project with the University Foreign Interference Taskforce (UFIT) on behalf of the higher education sector.
RMIT expertise shapes future of online education in Vietnam
Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training has partnered with RMIT to bring sector leaders and policy makers together to help guide the future of online education in the region.
New smart tool to step up walkability in rural Australia
New research aims to strengthen walkability in rural and regional areas, delivering an innovative smart online tool to support and encourage Australians to get active.
RMIT backs new report calling for improved pathways for secondary students
A new report recommending major changes to support senior secondary students to choose the best pathway into work, further education or training has been welcomed by RMIT’s School of Education and the RMIT Urban School.
Five strategies for home-schooling your kids during lockdown
We learnt during last lockdown that full-time work, full-time parenting and full-time teaching can't all be done simultaneously by parents – here are five tips on prioritising what matters most for your kids.
Emojis help students accept online feedback
With millions of students learning online amid the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers have been investigating effective ways for educators to give feedback to students studying remotely.
Drawing inspiration from RMIT alumnus Jess McGeachin
RMIT alumnus Jess McGeachin is the illustrator behind the 2020 Premier’s Reading Challenge and his unique designs inspire children and students to read every day, wherever they are.