Distinguished alumna Bobbie Holmes (Bachelor of Arts, 1985) has worked tirelessly to support a range of causes. She shares her experiences of motherhood, mature age study and mobilising to create change.
La Trobe University’s roadmap to reopening its campuses
La Trobe biochemistry alumna Dr Rosalie Cull is working with Moderna to bring their COVID-19 mRNA vaccine to Australia. She explains what’s involved in getting the latest vaccines to market.
Sha and Terry’s bequest affirms their lifelong commitment to equal opportunity and community activism. This is how their story started in 1969, when La Trobe was young and civil rights were in the air.
La Trobe ranked 218 in Times Higher Education World Uni Rankings
La Trobe University has been gifted an intriguing piece of student history – in a collection of audio recordings – to preserve for future generations.
Meet a leading evolutionary geneticist who’s solving everything from biodiversity loss to the spread of mosquito-borne disease
Laureate Professor Ary Hoffmann applies evolutionary thinking to solve all kinds of complex problems. He shares how his career-defining discovery is helping defeat dengue fever, along with his fondest La Trobe memories.
One for the dogs and cats: bequest secures La Trobe’s future research into companion animal benefits
From the time she was a kid, Lesley Humphreys knew domestic animals can change life for the better. Discover how La Trobe research has empowered her mission to improve animal welfare and companion animal program funding.
Liz’s face lights up when she remembers her time at La Trobe. Discover how her passion for higher education has inspired her to make a powerful impact beyond her lifetime.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, these 12 La Trobe Master of Health Administration alumni and staff rushed to Wuhan to help.
Dr Paulina Ezer was a bright and intelligent early career researcher, who completed her PhD at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University in 2020.
A world-renowned evolutionary geneticist, the leader of Australia’s first all-female Indigenous fire crew, and a team of health administration experts deployed to fight Wuhan’s COVID-19 outbreak are among the winners.
Congratulations to the alumni, current and former La Trobe staff who were recognised with a 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honour
La Trobe alumni and academics are shaping cancer diagnosis, treatment and care. Discover the difference they’re making to the lives of cancer patients and the most powerful lessons they’ve learnt along the way.
La Trobe has risen 36 spots to 362nd in the QS Global Rankings
Is joining a board on your bucket list? Find out how these La Trobe alumni launched their board careers through rewarding roles at purpose-driven organisations.
La Trobe is ranked fourth in the world for impact
Having adapted to the local conditions over thousands of years, indigenous plants are great for your garden. Find some for your backyard with this expert advice from alumni at La Trobe’s indigenous plant nursery.
We asked La Trobe graduates what piece of advice they would give to the incoming class of 2021.
When it comes to ageing, you’ve probably heard the mantra: eat healthily, stay active and get regular check-ups. But how much do you know about the importance of laughing, learning and being listened to?