The Disability Royal Commission final report handed down
The final report of the Disability Royal Commission will be handed down today and is expected to be tabled soon after. An RMIT expert will be available to comment on the recommendations and its implications for the education sector.
Loneliness: the workplace phenomenon often ignored
Loneliness hurts businesses, as it causes employee absenteeism and reduced productivity. An RMIT workplace management expert shares some strategies on how individuals and organisations can overcome loneliness in the workplace.
Employment White Paper: acknowledging AI in the workforce, ignoring non-accredited skills
An expert from RMIT University says there’s a risk in overlooking some training models, while another applauds their acknowledgement of AI as a creator of jobs in Australia's future of work.
What are the implications of Victoria's new housing statement? RMIT expert
An economics expert says Victoria’s new housing statement is a good start but more reforms and regulations are needed to address other market inefficiencies.
RMIT housing experts available for commentary
The Victorian Government released its housing statement on Wednesday which outlines a 10-year plan for the sector.
The new iPhone 15 comes out tomorrow – but will it take mobile gaming to a new level?
Mobile gaming expert weighs in on how the new iPhone 15 is being dubbed as the “next generation of mobile gaming."
Taylor Swift's popularity spawns new job, 'Taylor Swift Reporter'
Last week, USA Today posted a job ad for a ‘Taylor Swift Reporter’. An RMIT expert is available to explain why Taylor Swift is so popular, her legacy and how her fans are different.
Tertiary education construct at odds with the times
The constantly changing nature of work and technology, together with Australia’s evolving population and environment, call for a more inclusive tertiary education system, says Professor Alec Cameron.