Media releases and expert comments

Next gen journalism students broadcast federal election

In an Australian first, RMIT is hosting a national student election broadcast in collaboration with students from more than 20 universities around the country.

RMIT experts available for comment ahead of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT)

Experts from RMIT are available to talk to the media about a range of topics about diversity and inclusion ahead of IDAHOBIT on May 17.

Unpacking the links: Chronic stress, fertility and the ‘hunger hormone’

Researchers have uncovered a new link between chronic stress and reproductive problems, in a pre-clinical study that shines the spotlight on a hunger-triggering hormone.

RMIT experts available for comment on climate change and the Federal Election

Experts from RMIT are available to talk to the media about a range of topics relating to how climate change affects key issues in the upcoming Federal Election.

RMIT experts available for comment on Europe Day

Experts from RMIT University are available to talk to media about Europe Day – the celebration of the development of the European Union on 9 May each year.

Social services sector takes centre stage at RMIT and Victorian Chamber event

Demand for services within the healthcare and social services sector is growing exponentially. It is predicted that by 2022, one in four new jobs will be created for this industry.

RMIT experts available for comment on the Federal Election

Experts from RMIT are available to talk to the media about a range of topics relating to the upcoming Federal Election.

Want to get people walking? Make train stations about more than transport

Train station precincts with more shops and apartment blocks are key to getting residents walking, a new report has found, with stations in Melbourne’s north and south-east ripe for redevelopment.

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