Spotlight on Australia’s performance on International Day of People with Disability
The recent Disability Royal Commission findings have revealed shocking failings, RMIT experts say, affirming the need for action as we mark International Day of People with Disability.
In a sea of data, employers want grads with soft skills
From marketing and finance to sales and HR, industries are collecting data faster than ever. Now employers are looking for multiskilled graduates who can turn numbers into insights.
We modelled how a COVID vaccine roll-out would work. Here’s what we found
RMIT researchers have designed a mathematical model to test different scenarios for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, which we have submitted for publication.
Eliminating violence against women
RMIT experts reflect on progress ahead of International Day of the Prevention of Violence Against Women.
RMIT experts call for rethink of how Australians finance their retirement
RMIT economists are calling for a rethink in retirement financing in a new first of its kind report which reveals that more older Australians are using reverse mortgages to pay off debt.
RMIT wins Melbourne Achiever Award
RMIT University has been awarded the Committee for Melbourne's 2020 Melbourne Achiever Award, for an outstanding organisation.
RMIT, Today and YLab join forces to launch new financial capability toolkit for young adults
RMIT University has teamed up with youth research organisation YLab and strategic design company Today to create a new financial capability toolkit for young adults, launched today.
Three key takeaways ahead of the Victorian budget
As Victoria turns the corner, economic, social housing and urban planning experts point to three key shifts in the upcoming Victorian Budget.