RMIT University selected as an official partner of the New European Bauhaus
RMIT has been named a partner of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) – a creative and interdisciplinary initiative of the European Commission aimed at designing new ways of living to build a sustainable, inclusive and beautiful future for all.
“I’ll always be community focused, looking at mental health and why people may commit crimes.”
Meet Michelle Gissara, a proud and passionate student who is graduating with a Bachelor of Justice and Criminology (Honours) this week.
Compelling new artworks invite audiences to talk about war
Powerful artworks created by a US veteran that explore war crimes committed by Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan will be featured at RMIT’s virtual School of Art Exhibition from 9 December.
Visual Merchandising students bring Christmas cheer to Brunswick with sustainable decorations
Students from RMIT’s College of Vocational Education have gone above and beyond their course requirements to collaborate on ‘Home for Christmas’, an installation of recycled Christmas decorations at Barkly Square.