$5M strategic innovation fund created

La Trobe creates $5M Strategic Innovation Fund

Dismay over new city medical school

People in Bendigo and northern Victoria will be asking why their needs are less important than those in Gosford and Perth

Goldfield lessons in religious diversity

Unearthing nuggets of goldfields history to beat religious intolerance

Bendigo Campus to host new tech school

Bendigo Campus to host new state-of-the-art tech school

QS rankings put La Trobe in global elite

We rank alongside the world's elite Universities in more than one third of subjects assessed in the latest QS World University Rankings

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LTU Art Institute appoints new director

Karen Quinlan to lead Bendigo Art Gallery & LTU Art Institute

La Trobe makes 8,000 offers to students

Students thoughout Victoria receive course offers from La Trobe

Ink Remix! A 2-Year Labor of Love

Ink Remix! A 2-Year Labor of Love Between China and Australia

World-class research supports regions

Courses underpinned by innovative world-ranking studies

La Trobe launches pioneering dog lab

Australia’s first dedicated dog behaviour and cognition laboratory has opened at La Trobe University’s Bendigo Campus.

LTU joins forces with regional tafes

LTU forges partnerships with regional tafes to expand career pathways

Floods and sinking pavements targeted

Out of the box investigations into pressing engineering problems

Saving Aussie honey bees - and farmers

PhD student plans to make Aussie bees the strongest in the world

Barriers to regional higher education

Why is life so tough for regional students? Here are four reasons.

What will reforms mean for Bendigo?

Forum on sweeping healthcare reforms to take place in Bendigo

Partnership aims to get people moving

Vichealth funds CSSI to research programs to get people off the couch

Is the next big idea a tram-ride away?

Next generation of thinkers to ride Bendigo's tramways, share ideas

Teaching chocolate history in Japan

La Trobe University historian Dr Emma Robertson teaches an intensive subject at Akita International University, Japan.

New architecture for regional higher-ed

Current policy prevents higher education development in regional areas

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