Engineering a promising future
The Sir William Tyree Engineering Scholarship is giving students more than vital financial support through tough economic times.
Opening up the legacy of Jock McCulloch
An RMIT book published with open access is helping miners in southern Africa fight for justice and compensation.
Jacques Nasser and the new wave of sustainable entrepreneurs
A passionate believer in the power of education to unlock personal and public prosperity, Jacques Nasser AC has never forgotten the boost he got studying Business at RMIT.
RMIT FactLab helps silence referendum disinformation
Debunks and pre-bunks battling deepfakes, artificial intelligence and bad actors. RMIT FactLab is marshalling its forces to fight all forms of disinformation and misinformation in the lead up to the Voice referendum later this year.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Business (Accountancy), Omar Al Kassab has overcome more than just his exams to succeed.
A Natural Fit
Naturopath and Olympic Gold Medallist Lauren Burns is uncovering the key to elite athletic performance.
Engineering New Frontiers
Celebrating 10 years of the Boeing Scholarship, RMIT and Boeing continue to explore new frontiers in aerospace, STEM and research.
Young, creative and philanthropic
Filmmaker and RMIT alumnus Ling Ang challenges what it is to be a modern day philanthropist with her support of The Capitol.
A successful interior designer, Carolyn Varney is excited to share her success with the next generations of RMIT students.
A lifelong connection
Hendrikus Berkers has been connected to RMIT for most of his life. Now he’s continuing that connection as a mentor and donor.
Creating a legacy for women
After leaving Argentina in the 70s to escape the violent military junta, Silvia Tejedor came to RMIT to study electronics.
Australia's first nano-biosensing facility was established after a grant of $500,000 was given by the Ian Potter Foundation.
Vietnam's first International University, RMIT Vietnam, was born out of two transformational gifts from The Atlantic Philanthropies.
Meet current Storey Scholar Harriet Renn
Meet current Storey Scholar Harriet Renn. Harriet discusses her time in Mexico.
An empowering legacy
Deeply passionate about the power of journalism and education, Charlotte Kahane created a legacy at RMIT dedicated to the next generation.
The right climate to make a difference
Awarded the philanthropically-funded Environmental Thinker and Achiever Award in 2019, final year Environment and Society student Naomi Kelsey discusses what winning meant to her, and where she plans to take her career in climate change.