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Education thought leader named among women of influence

Professor Belinda Tynan has been named as one of the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Women of Influence.

Circular economy plan neglects corporate buy-in at its peril

Sustainability experts say the Victorian government’s circular economy strategy will sink if not opened up to business and innovation sectors as an economic development plan, rather than a narrowly-defined waste management issue.

Farmers share local knowledge, build climate change resilience

A community-led collaboration is harnessing local knowledge for a positive regional response to climate change.

Report finds child sponsorship works, but there is room to improve

A major new study on child sponsorship gives the model a tick for positive impact while highlighting ways to improve outcomes for children being left behind.

Culture, speed and failure the keys to embracing open innovation

In a world of rapid innovation, how can Australian businesses draw on global expertise to grow and compete? A panel of industry experts discuss the keys to successful collaboration.

Appetite for success

A chance meeting at the coffee machine of a co-working space has seen two RMIT alumni join forces to create a multi-million-dollar app development company employing 80 people.

Hacking away at global education problems

After the huge success of last year’s event, the ITS Hack-a-thon is back and bigger than ever.

An architecture-lover's guide to spending a day at RMIT

Open House Melbourne 2019 is almost here – here’s your go-to guide to visiting the best RMIT has to offer.

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