22 Dec 2008Paul Johnson on the Bradley Review

La Trobe's Vice -Chancellor Paul Johnson welcomes Bradley Review

22 Dec 2008Paul Johnson discusses the Bradley Review

La Trobe's Vice -Chancellor Paul Johnson welcomes Bradley Review

19 Dec 2008Bionic ear founder to post at La Trobe

Hearing and Neuroscience quest for next-generation bionic ear

17 Dec 2008Sri Lankan community calls for peace

Joint statement on Sri Lanka conflict issued at the Centre for Dialogue

12 Dec 20082008 VC's Awards for Excellence in Teaching

La Trobe University’s finest praised in the 2008 Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in Teaching

12 Dec 2008Funding to ease regional health shortage

La Trobe University gets $3.1 million for regional health and nursing

11 Dec 2008LTU and NMIT reach understanding

La Trobe University and NMIT sign memorandum of understanding

04 Dec 2008Heterosexist violence exposed

A report is released on the level of violence in the GLBT community

01 Dec 2008Transcending North Atlantic perspectives

What can anthropology offer to critical public debate on security?

28 Nov 2008Science Teachers go Nano at La Trobe

Two hundred science teachers learn novel ways to teach science

28 Nov 2008Opportunity to see top Aboriginal Art

Works by local Indigenous artists at Stefano's Gallery in Mildura

27 Nov 2008Best feet forward for homeless socceroos

The Homeless World Cup kicks off in Fed Square with help from La Trobe

26 Nov 2008Ecology scholarship for Wodonga student

Elliot Newspapers Scholarship fund honours student research

25 Nov 2008La Trobe and Nillumbik Shire sign MOU

MOU to explore ways for LTU and Shire to cooperate to help community

21 Nov 2008Student awards at Mildura campus

A group of highly talented Mildura students have been recognised

21 Nov 2008New Business degree study area for 2009

New major at Albury-Wodonga campus for sustainable resource management

21 Nov 2008Leadership training for young Muslims

La Trobe program wins additional support from State Government

20 Nov 2008Past points to new future

Historic building in Mildura for La Trobe University courses

18 Nov 2008La Trobe joins 'BizSpark' program

Partnership to 'jump-start' next generation of IT engineers

14 Nov 2008John Richards Initiative Forum

LTU Albury-Wodonga staff will hold a forum about regional aged care

14 Nov 2008Old Mint event for classic Greek art

La Trobe's Into the Future Campaign secures the teaching of Greek Art

10 Nov 2008Students at Harvard Model UN Conference

Two students represent Australia at the prestigious conference.

06 Nov 2008Mildura Arts Research Studio launch

La Trobe University's new Visual Arts Research Studio

28 Oct 2008Family violence: a global health issue

Special issue of a La Trobe-based journal looking at family violence

26 Oct 2008New Research Centre for Greek Studies

Located in the University's Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

24 Oct 2008$6.4 million boost for health and social research

La Trobe University research into asthma, malaria, cancer treatment, breastfeeding, and muscle function has received almost $3.2 million from the Federal Government in the latest National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants allocation. A further $3.2 million worth of grants has been awarded to La Trobe University researchers by the Australian Research Council (ARC).

23 Oct 2008The 'best known girl in world'

By the Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology and IUEU Centre

23 Oct 2008Short-break holidays during tight times

How can Australian holiday destinations remain competitive?

14 Oct 2008City and La Trobe sign memorandum of understanding

Community to gain from La Trobe University and City of Greater Bendigo collaboration

10 Oct 2008Mass spectrometers for medical research

New suite of five 'state-of-the-art' mass spectrometers at LTU

09 Oct 2008La Trobe maths and stats most popular

A national survey has revealed that La Trobe mathematics and statistics students consistently rate the teaching they receive at the University the best in the country

08 Oct 2008Focus on a great injustice: 'Global Colour Line' wins Queensland Premier's book award

A book - titled 'Drawing the Global Colour Line: White Men's Countries and the Question of Racial Equality' - co-authored by La Trobe University historian Professor Marilyn Lake has won this year's Queensland Premier's History Book Award

08 Oct 200891 year old receives PhD

Joseph Ciampa has become one of the oldest PhD graduates in the world for his study of Spanish literature giant Carmen Martin Gaite

07 Oct 2008Climate Change - World Needs Dialogue of Cultures

Technical and economic fixes alone cannot solve the problem of climate change, according to International Relations scholar, Professor Joseph Camilleri of La Trobe University, who is currently a Visiting Scholar at the University of Melbourne

07 Oct 2008Rural aged care research in top gear

Jeni Warburton appointed as its John Richards Professor of Rural Aged Care Research

29 Sep 2008Scholarship support is worth the effort

The Vice Chancellor's Regional Scholarships make the difference

29 Sep 2008New agreement for better and more flexible education opportunities

La Trobe University and Sunraysia Institute of TAFE sign a new agreement for credit transfer and articulation arrangements at the Mildura campus

24 Sep 2008La Trobe gets the answers on environmental sustainability

The winners of the Greening La Trobe EnviroSMART awards have been decided at a ceremony at La Trobe's Bundoora Campus

23 Sep 2008Award honours community spirit

Mildura social work student Seher Ozonal has won the inaugural David Jolley Leadership Award

19 Sep 2008La Trobe tool for smarter living showcased at global 'cleantech' expo

A smart energy meter developed by La Trobe University and Semitech Innovations in Melbourne, Australia aims to show consumers in real time where their energy is going and how much it costs. A pilot project using thirty of these meters is underway at the Universitys main Melbourne campus at Bundoora and has beenshow-cased at Copenmind 2008

18 Sep 2008Homophobic bullying is making Australian schools unsafe: Researcher

Research by the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society ARCSHS at La Trobe University has revealed the serious problem of bullying provoked by homophobia in Australian schools with about 9-11% of students who struggle with their sexual identity under threat

17 Sep 2008MBA rating underscores excellence

The La Trobe University MBA has been given a four star rating by The Good Universities Guide, a key reference used by many domestic and international students when choosing a further study destination

16 Sep 2008EUrope is coming to Bendigo

A delegation from the European Union is coming to Bendigo for two days of information and fun actitivies

16 Sep 2008Scholarship to Israel

Paula Bruce has won a scholarship to Israel

15 Sep 2008Gay seniors go back to the closet as age care providers shun their needs

La Trobe University researcher Dr Catherine Barrett and Melbourne-based gay rights groups have gone public with a shocking report on the social health landscape for gay and other non-heterosexual seniors in Victoria

12 Sep 2008La Trobe historian wins Premier's award for book on early Aboriginal Christian conversion

La Trobe University scholar Robert Kenny has won the history prize in this year's Victorian Premier's Literary Awards for a book that deals with the conversion to Christianity of the first tribal Aborigine in Victoria by missionaries

08 Sep 2008The Big Draw comes to the Border

Drawing Australia promotes the benefits of drawing with the 'Big Draw'

29 Aug 2008Farewell to Chinese academics

Chinese delegation returns home after La Trobe visit

27 Aug 2008Ten-year travels documented by artist

Artist documents 10-year travels

27 Aug 2008Renowned artist to exhibit first ever drawing show in Bendigo

An exhibition of the first ever complete drawing show by John Howley is at La Trobe University's Visual Arts Centre in Bendigo

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