2020 Furphy Literary Award short list announced

The Furphy Literary Award judging process is now complete for 2020, shortlist announced, and winners to be announced at upcoming awards ceremony 25 July.

La Trobe research is world class

Shanghai Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU) 2020

La Trobe staff vote yes to Variation

La Trobe votes yes to Collective Agreement Variation

Response to tertiary reform announcement

La Trobe's statement in response to Minister Dan Tehan's announcement

Committing to gender equity in pandemic

University signs Joint Sector Position Statement for gender equity

New National Industry Innovation Network

New model for industry and universities to collaborate

La Trobe rises in global QS rankings

La Trobe has risen to 398th globally

Short courses for a changing workforce

Start studying in IT, Health Sciences, Science, or Food & Nutrition

State funding support welcomed

Victorian state government announces support for universities

COVID, intellectual disability & rights

Researching COVID-19's impact on people with intellectual disabilities

Short courses to upskill the workforce

Graduate Certificates in Disability, Digital Health and Mental Health

2nd International Social Business Symposium

An online gathering of academics from around the world, discussing crisis challenges and responses in social business.

Universities more important than ever

La Trobe's Vice-Chancellor Professor John Dewar AO writes about why universities matter

Helping businesses adapt and innovate

New program to help Victorian businesses adapt in the wake of COVID-19

Fairley La Trobe lecture cancelled

Fairley lecture cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

New free program for leaders in lockdown

La Trobe Business School starts new free online leadership program

Vale Professor Dennis McDermott

Farewell Professor Dennis McDermott Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous)

The Belt and Road Guard Rail

Who ensures environmental and social standards in China's grand plan?

New Wallan campus opens

The new campus will see further study options for regional students

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