La Trobe awarded for gender equity

La Trobe University has again been granted the Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation for 2018.

Leading next generation IVF

Embryo signal key to improving pregnancy success rates

Four types of drinker: which one are you

There are four types of drinker - which one are you?

Sex and the sisterhood

How prostitution worked for women in 19th-century Melbourne

Close the gap: more indigenous graduates

To really close the gap we need more Indigenous university graduates

Classroom design and architectural fads

Limited evidence to support making physical changes to classrooms

Curious kids

Do animals sleep like people? Do snails sleep in their shells?

La Trobe and Goulburn-Murray Water MOU

La Trobe & Goulburn-Murray Water strengthen industry & education ties

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Drinking to cope with problems leads to worse long-term consequences.

Emmanuel Kuntsche, Director of the Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, La Trobe University and Sarah Callinan, Research Fellow at the Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, La Trobe University

Prostitution is often lumped together with crime and slums in the historical imagination.

Sarah Hayes, Research Fellow in Archaeology and History, La Trobe University and Barbara Minchinton, La Trobe University

The gaps across educational sectors exist as silos.

Mark Rose, Vice President Victorian Aboriginal Education Association IncExecutive Director Indigenous Strategy and Education, La Trobe University

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