Human Rights and Press Freedom – insights into WikiLeaks case
A prominent Australian human rights lawyer and barrister has repeated calls for the government to act against the persecution of WikiLeaks publisher, Julian Assange, at this year’s Higinbotham Lecture.
New AI centre to partner with Australian business
A new centre will empower Australian industry to embrace the rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence research and innovation.
Chancellor Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO to step down
Dr Ziggy Switkowski has confirmed his intention to step down from the position of Chancellor of the University by the end of October to focus upon his recently announced new Board responsibilities.
Triple load in lockdowns takes toll on women and gender equality
Women with young children face long-term consequences from COVID-19 lockdowns, including a disproportionate impact on work and career opportunities, new research reveals.
Global ranking reputation remains strong for RMIT
RMIT has risen 18 places in the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings released today.
New report reveals Australian companies’ mixed messaging on carbon neutrality
A new report has revealed a rising trend in reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals by Australia’s top 150 companies, but their disclosure on climate action and carbon neutrality intentions lack clarity.
Next-gen Bachelor of Business courses designed to meet the future of education
RMIT & RMIT Online have launched new programs with industry partners Amazon Web Services (AWS), Adobe, Australian Red Cross, and Medibank
Going for gold: why the Tokyo timezone could benefit Australian athletes in their medal hunt
With the Tokyo Olympics beginning tonight, RMIT experts reveal why jetleg is a little-known factor in athlete performance and how the major sporting event could be the biggest signal for a post COVID-19 world.