Students’ hard work pays off with University offers
Associate Professor Melanie Bish appointed to new role
Bendigo students taking innovative approach to tackling mental health
Regional students encouraged to stay local
Students can now secure university offers earlier with Aspire program
Virus discovery could revolutionise cancer treatment
Strong industry ties benefiting students and business
Chinese art collection donated to La Trobe opens in Bendigo
La Trobe expanding its Bachelor of Education offering across regions
Breastfeeding mothers can be left out of urban design
Experts gather in Bendigo to improve rural health outcomes
Peer support model successfully tackling teacher burnout
Bendigo philanthropy supports students and funds important research
Study finds that during covid-19 restrictions only 37 percent of Australians met physical activity recommendations.
Innovative model supports teacher mental health and wellbeing
Researchers from the La Trobe Rural Health School are seeking participants for a study into community perceptions of Social Work
Bendigo graduates celebrate achievements over three days of ceremonies
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.
The Holsworth Biomedical Research Initiative recently hosted the first ever ‘Autumn School’ for year 12 students, at the La Trobe Rural Health School in Bendigo.
La Trobe’s Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research launches Australia's first Rural Health Consumer Panel