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Future journalists from regional areas share scholarships

Seven aspiring journalists from regional areas have received scholarships worth up to $40,000 each.

RMIT 3D printing research wins peak manufacturing industry award

Industry-led research to 3D print steel tools has won the Endeavour Award for best technology application.

Passionate disability advocate recognised for contribution to community

Educator, author and speaker Dr Christine Durham OAM has received an honorary doctorate from RMIT.

Landmark liveability research wins at national planning awards

Pioneering RMIT research that delivered the first true measurement of liveability in Australia’s capital cities has been recognised with a top planning award.

Justice and protection for all

On the eve of International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) 2019, RMIT Social and Global Studies Centre welcomed a panel of speakers who shared their insights and vision for contemporary LGBTQI lives and social justice.

Internship program helps create more inclusive workplaces

Proving that a disability doesn’t have to be a roadblock, alumni Damien Tran has charged ahead in his career thanks to the unique internship program Stepping Into.

RMIT among top organisations for workplace accessibility

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) has recognised RMIT for the second year in a row among Australia’s top organisations in providing an inclusive and accessible workplace.

Bill Shorten says everything is going up except your wages. Is he correct?

RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates Opposition Leader Bill Shorten’s claim that “everything going up except your wages.”

Next gen students broadcast federal election

In an Australian first, RMIT students are producing a national student election broadcast in collaboration with students from more than 20 universities around the country.

Four ways global policy can improve gender equality

Drawing on her experiences during the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), Tessa Hughes shares her key learnings and views on how to promote women’s rights and shape global standards on gender equality and the empowerment of women.

Report calls for Australian digital skills framework

New research finds most employers are unprepared for the digital future of work and risk being left behind.

Reimagining the world in playful ways

An RMIT researcher has developed a new way for citizens to explore and activate their cities using an augmented reality app where users scan urban codes to unlock fragments of animation and sound.

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