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University signs Joint Sector Position Statement for gender equity
Congratulations to the alumni, current and former La Trobe staff who were recognised with a 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honour.
As demand for ventilators and patient monitoring equipment has surged, biomedical engineers like alumna Dr Rebecca Bailey are working around the clock to keep patients safe.
Professor Karen Neander (24 March 1954—6 May 2020) completed her BA and PhD (1984) in Philosophy at La Trobe before going on to become a leading international figure in the philosophy of cognitive science and biology.