Named one of Australia’s most innovative engineers, Associate Professor Kate Fox is passionate about outreach and supporting her students to create technologies that help people.
Growing up with a family of engineers in her home city of Warsaw, Poland, Eve was inspired to study engineering by both local and family history.
Kerry Phillips’ journey to an Associate Degree in Aviation involved an obsession with sharks, two double degrees and a move across the country.
RMIT’s practical, work-oriented training helped student Sebastian Mollison turn his passion for electronics into career-ready skills – and become a national mechatronics champion.
Award-winning Bachelor of Engineering graduate Benjamin Stylianou is paving the way for alternative-fuel breakthroughs in Australia.
Future of engineering turns to human skills
From civil to geotechnical, every field of engineering is being transformed by new technologies such as automation and artificial intelligence. But it’s not all about robots. It’s the ‘human skills’ and lateral thinking needed to design, build and manage the AI that is in huge demand.
Engineering skills to take you into the future
In preparing for professions of the future, developing a strong foundation of skills in engineering could place you at the head of the pack.
Women in engineering: A bright future
An increasing focus on women in STEMM careers has seen more women enter industries traditionally dominated by men. But engineering remains one of the toughest sectors for women to crack.
From biomedical engineering to management, Sajani’s passion for helping people is leading to a rewarding career.
Yng Yng Koay
Chemical engineering student, Yng Yng Koay discovered just how much you can learn from the real-world when she completed a 3 month internship in Malaysia as part of her degree.