New Indigenous education award honours journalism alumnus
The legacy of distinguished Wergaia/Wamba Wamba Elder, Professor Eleanor Bourke, has been recognised with the establishment of an eponymous new award for Indigenous education.
Statement: Voice to Parliament
This National Reconciliation Week RMIT affirms its commitment to First Nations People and encourages everyone in the University community to reflect and engage with the important conversations taking place.
The power of nature in tackling loneliness and social isolation among vulnerable groups
Researchers in Europe, Australia and Latin America are combining social interactions with the colours, sounds and smells of the natural environment to improve mental health in at-risk communities.
Holding government to account: return of the Election Promise Tracker
One year into the Albanese Government, RMIT ABC Fact Check has relaunched the Election Promise Tracker to follow the progress of pledges made during the 2022 election campaign.
Exploring current and future challenges through design
Leading RMIT academics and students are set to feature in Victoria's annual celebration of design, Melbourne Design Week (MDW).
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.
Students join Indigenous artists to work on new Warumpi Band theatre production
RMIT Vocational Education students have worked on the development of Ilbijeri Theatre’s upcoming project about the legendary Warumpi Band.
Adjunct Professor awarded Australian architecture’s highest honour
RMIT Architecture alumna, Adjunct Professor and design studio leader, Kerstin Thompson AM, has been awarded the 2023 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Gold Medal.
Misconceptions of food packaging aggravates food waste problem
New RMIT-led research reveals most Australians think food packaging waste is a bigger environmental issue than food waste – but the opposite is true.
One in four households struggle to pay power bills - five ways to tackle hidden energy poverty
RMIT researchers are calling for a collaborative approach to help trusted intermediaries working in health, energy and social services identify and support Australians living in energy poverty.
Wonder drug-capsule may one day replace insulin injection for diabetics
Scientists in Melbourne have designed a new type of oral capsule that could mean pain-free delivery of insulin and other protein drugs.