People with chronic conditions are more susceptible to loneliness
Promising crop trial results for renewable energy project
La Trobe students more satisfied with support services: Major survey
Bachelor of Nursing student, Akuot Wundit, has embraced her past to help a generation of youth in Shepparton.
Start writing: Students are encouraged to enter the Furphy Literary Awards for 2021.
Doctors-to-be will be given the chance to live and learn in brand new educational facilities in Shepparton from 2022.
Research will help reduce injury risk in women's sport
Project to improve the environmental performance of farms
Ella is in her final year of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medicine) and hopes to leave behind a legacy through her new role as President of LARHC
We congratulate Bachelor of Nursing student, Shaelyn Crowhurst, who has been recognised with the Ganbina Education Excellence Award. Shaelyn is a Greater Shepparton Secondary College graduate.
Inspired by her father, Shepparton campus Bachelor of Nursing student, Akuot Wundit, is fundraising to support education in her South Sudanese village.
Major study finds regional women need more support to breastfeed
La Trobe researchers publish landmark report on online misinformation
Seed grant from the Stroke Foundation for La Trobe research
Study reveals alarming lack of government oversight of tobacco products
New book explores the experiences of the Aboriginal exemption policy
La Trobe Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Agriculture Victoria are joining forces to offer a new program for farmers and business people.
Shaelyn Crowhurst is on the way to her dream career after being accepted to study nursing at La Trobe University’s Shepparton campus.
Every recipient has made a difference to our world