RMIT among world's best in new sustainability rankings
RMIT has ranked highly in the new QS Sustainability Rankings which showcase how universities are taking action to tackle the world’s greatest environmental, social and governance challenges.
“Australians choose to change the constitution - we need to activate their agency”
Delivering the 2022 Higinbotham Lecture, activist and constitutional law expert, Professor Megan Davis, laid out the significance of the upcoming referendum on a Voice to Parliament and the impact of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
The Gender Justice Barbershop – an invitation for conversation
The barbershop has long been a place where men have gathered and talked, but a new wave of barbers are transforming the way men can have conversations.
How Melburnians work, learn and thrive in a post-lockdown city is revealed in new report
A first-of-its-kind, city-wide survey of Melbourne residents shows just how dramatically our working practices have changed since the beginning of the pandemic and highlights the digital infrastructure we need to support a vastly changed working, learning and thriving city, a new RMIT report reveals.