RMIT recognised as top employer for gender equality
RMIT has received the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation for the third consecutive year.
Meet Jodie Boyd: Expert in cultural history and policy
What role do libraries have in the 21st century in shaping our national narrative? Dr Jodie Boyd explains how libraries are vital to preserving our story as a multicultural society.
Future photographers capture the heroic staff of The Royal Children’s Hospital
Photography students have collaborated with The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) to celebrate its many heroes, to mark the hospital’s 150-year anniversary.
Wanted: 'untranslatable' words for new Melbourne gaming app
Hygge, noogal or ikigai? Do you know any untranslatable words in languages other than English? Be part of the making of a new, augmented reality game that will bring the city’s diverse languages to life.
Strong spirit of collaboration at EFI 2020
RMIT's Engaging for Impact event brought together top academics, innovators and industry partners to showcase the best in research and innovative thinking.
RMIT community celebrated in 2020 Australia Day Honours
Professor of Architectural History and Director of RMIT Design Archives Harriet Edquist recognised alongside colleagues, alumni and partners.
New picture book captures lessons of history in Azaria Chamberlain case
The story of Azaria and Lindy Chamberlain is the subject of a new picture book by RMIT alumnus Maree Coote, launched at RMIT’s The Capitol last night.
Tackling safe mobility in Barcelona
RMIT students on a recent study tour in Barcelona have worked with the city council to develop solutions to increase safety in the use of e-scooters.