Shepparton

Supporting essential student services

La Trobe has announced the 2021 allocation of the SSAF

Meet Fazela Abbasi: Shepparton’s young volunteer of the year

Greater Shepparton City Council's Youth Volunteer of the Year was awarded to final year Social Work student Fazela Abbasi.

La Trobe wins Higher Education Award

Innovative Lightboard Studio wins AFR accolade

Stay near, go far

Hannah Kulari found the educational opportunities at home in Shepparton to kickstart her nursing career.

Outstanding graduate outcomes

Strong results for employment and course satisfaction

La Trobe unveils plan for Shepparton

More nurses and psychologists for regional areas under campus plan

Battletac wows schools for Book Week

Hundreds of students across the state celebrated Book Week online, hearing from acclaimed authors, illustrators and poets – and a very entertaining animated robot

La Trobe partners with Fishburners

New partnership to support entrepreneurs

La Trobe excels in Education

Five subjects are in the top 200 this year

Connecting students with small business program success

The Connecting Students with Small Business Program delivered by Greater Shepparton Business Centre and La Trobe University has provided social media assistance to small businesses.

Solar edges Bendigo closer to net zero

New solar carports in Bendigo to save money and emissions

Virtual Book Week event for schools

Bendigo Writers Festival schools event goes virtual

Virtual Dementia Friendly Rural Communities – Increasing Support for Carers of those Living with Dementia

Virtual Dementia Friendly Rural Communities – Increasing Support for Carers of those Living with Dementia

La Trobe welcomes Government support

Federal Budget recognises importance of education and research

La Trobe leads fight against sepsis

Scientists discover potential 'Goldilocks' approach to treating sepsis

Bushfire recovery research funded

La Trobe life science researchers awarded almost $1.5 million funding

How our actions during the day can help us get a better night’s sleep

We all know we need sleep – but why do we sleep and what can we do during the day to help us sleep at night?

Research delivers smoke taint toolkit

Determining how much smoke in a vineyard will cause tainted fruit

Boosting health workers' skills

More than 300 health workers are upskilling to provide mental health support to their clients

Scorpions a clue to restoring ecosystems

Native scorpions are thriving in Australia’s sandy landscape

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