Albury-Wodonga

Helping disability support workers empathise

New immersive virtual reality technology helping to build empathy

Bid to save turtles this Turtle Month

November is turtle month and citizen scientists can get involved

Early offers for Albury-Wodonga students

Students can now secure university offers earlier with Aspire program

Value of water about more than money

Albury-Wodonga residents reveal strong connection to Murray River

Transforming the care economy

What is the "care economy" and why is it so important?

Albury-Wodonga campus offers Education

Aspiring teachers can now study at La Trobe's Albury-Wodonga campus

Innovative program tackles mental health

Students in Albury-Wodonga take part in Rural Health Innovation Sprint

Perceptions of Social Work: La Trobe University launches unique international study

Researchers from the La Trobe Rural Health School are seeking participants for a study into community perceptions of Social Work

Scholarship awarded for ground-breaking Graduate Nursing Program

La Trobe Rural Health School Deputy Dean Dr Melanie Bish will be creating a university-led graduate transition program for rural nurses as part of an exclusive Rural Leadership Program.

Albury-Wodonga graduates celebrate

Albury-Wodonga graduates celebrate their achievements

Join Australia’s First Rural Health Consumer Panel

La Trobe’s Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research launches Australia's first Rural Health Consumer Panel

Edging closer to better oat varieties

Researchers have filled in details of the oat plant genome 'map'

$45 million donation to autism research

La Trobe receives one of Australia's largest donations to a university

Closing the Gap: A Personal Perspective

Aboriginal Rural Health Coordinator Mishel McMahon reflects on Close the Gap Day 2022

Highly effective autism screening tool

Research shows autism early screening tool is world's most effective

Supporting children after trauma

Reconnecting mothers and children after family violence

New appointment to boost First Nations health workforce in regions

The La Trobe Rural Health School will better enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to enrol in health disciplines, and build local workforce capability, with a new appointment this week.

La Trobe produces top-notch graduates

Nationwide survey reveals La Trobe graduates achieve in the workplace

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