Global business leader Greg Medcraft awarded honorary doctorate
RMIT Council has recognised the impact of Greg Medcraft on banking, business and financial markets internationally, with the award of an Honorary Doctorate of Business honoris causa.
New Australia–UK partnership to support workforce skills needs
A new RMIT partnership with the Australia-UK Chamber of Commerce will see the University's game-changing online education model support urgent workforce reskilling and upskilling needs in the UK.
Cryptocurrency Crime Means Harsher Time
Using cryptocurrency to commit a crime leads to a harsher sentence, according to a new study by RMIT University researchers.
Women critical to future of Australia’s cyber security: report
A new report by RMIT’s Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) has highlighted the stark underrepresentation of women in the cyber security workforce.
Study calls time on stressful out-of-hours intrusions
A new study confirms that managers contacting remote working employees out of hours is causing extra job stress and calls for policies and laws to protect employees from these increasingly common "out-of-hours intrusions".
10 years of impact in Europe
Opening its doors in 2013 in the city famous for the Sagrada Familia, RMIT’s innovation hub in Europe has reached the significant milestone of its 10-year anniversary.
EdTech, AgTech and Logistics tech in focus for Australia / Vietnam opportunities
A new report provides insights for Australian firms looking to explore business opportunities in Vietnam related to Industry 4.0 across the agriculture, logistics and higher education sectors.
Melbourne’s future relies on quality digital infrastructure and skills
A roadmap to support the regeneration and reinvention of Melbourne, which includes establishing the world’s first Digital Cities Research Centre, has been released by RMIT.
RMIT opens front door to the world of the digital economy
A new approach to business education has launched in Australia, linking industry and research to address the current and anticipated way of working in the rapidly growing digital economy.
“Australians choose to change the constitution - we need to activate their agency”
Delivering the 2022 Higinbotham Lecture, activist and constitutional law expert, Professor Megan Davis, laid out the significance of the upcoming referendum on a Voice to Parliament and the impact of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
$1.5m boost for innovative road trauma recovery program
The recovery journey of Victorians impacted by road trauma is set to be improved thanks to a ground-breaking new partnership between RMIT and the Transport Accident Commission.
New meets old as innovative justice moves into Melbourne's Old Magistrates’ Court
Melbourne’s Old Magistrates’ Court, built on the site where high profile trials including those of bush-ranger Ned Kelly and 1920’s gangster ‘Squizzy” Taylor were held, is being re-energised with the arrival of RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice (CIJ).