Student leader raising vaccine awareness in community

Master of Social Work student Declo Bisimwe has filmed the process of getting vaccinated to raise awareness and ease vaccine fears amongst African communities

Welcoming international student plan

La Trobe looks forward to international student arrivals

La Trobe vaccination survey results

La Trobe's pathway to safely reopening campuses

Financial support for students on placement goes a long way

The La Trobe Rural Health School has dedicated Health Placement Travelling Grants to financially support students

Media Statement: Roadmap to reopening

La Trobe University’s roadmap to reopening its campuses

Media Statement: Decision to Proceed

La Trobe University Change Proposal: Decision to Proceed

Asking R U Really OK?

R U OK Day is an important addition to the mental health calendar

Preventing violence against women

Roadmap to prevent sexual violence, harassment against women and girls

La Trobe in world's top 250 universities

La Trobe ranked 218 in Times Higher Education World Uni Rankings

Breaking down stigma of FASD

Shining a light on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Early university offers through Aspire

Year 12 students across the state celebrate their early offers

Scholarship, support and encouragement for Indigenous students studying health

Our first Indigenous Rural Health School Advisor, Uncle David ‘Tarnda’ Copley announces new $2,000 Indigenous Study Advancement Scholarship, to support Indigenous students to study in the health school.

Understanding Aboriginal Exemption: The promise of everyday freedoms and choices

The editors and authors of Black, White and Exempt talk about Aboriginal Exemption, an important, but largely unknown, part of Australian History, and how Aboriginal exemption remains relevant in 21st century Australia.

On Life’s Lottery - Professor Glyn Davis AC presents 2021 Fairley La Trobe Lecture

Birth is a throw of the dice. The consequences last a lifetime. You get no say in in the family you're born into, the body, the time, the place. For some people, the lottery never delivers a pay-off.

Rural dentistry students recognised

The study grants recognise dental students who demonstrate a commitment and desire to work in rural communities once graduating

Mums benefit from childcare support to study

Thanks to financial support in place and the added benefit of close-knit campus communities, studying rural health courses at uni is now much more achievable for parents.

Change Proposal: Shepparton

La Trobe University Change Proposal released for consultation

La Trobe University Change Proposal

La Trobe University Change Proposal released for consultation

PhD to improve human service delivery in regional Victoria

La Trobe University and FamilyCare are collaborating on a project focused on implementing data platforms and evaluation tools that support evidence informed practice

Coping during COVID report to benefit rural communities

Report details effective health promotion strategies to help cope with COVID-19

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