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In this free event, Garry Disher, Vikki Petraitis and Dennis Altman will explore the why and how of writing crime.
Kangan Institute's student placements through La Trobe were a win-win for the Institute and the students.
Hume and Whittlesea Council staff and local youth, industry experts, and academics came together to explore ‘cyber’ – from security to career pathways.
Attend an upcoming copyright session for information and advice on copyright law and a range of copyright issues.
This report brings together insights from both Pacific and global efforts to engage with men in support of women's leadership and gender equality.
This paper explores how temporary special measures to reserve seats for women in Vanuatu's Municipal Councils were secured to improve women's political participation.
Now showing on Level 1 Bundoora Library. Featuring past editions and photographs from the Archives.
The Library is making some changes to the University Academic Referencing Tool (ART).
This paper explores how a ban on thin plastic bags in Kenya was introduced to address a visible environmental and reputational challenge.
The Centre for Human Security and Social Change mourns the passing of Dorosday Kenneth Watson, an extraordinary leader who played a pivotal role in advancing gender reform in Vanuatu.
Mildura’s new clinical simulation suite is to be named after Dr Deb Neal, who contributed to La Trobe University in Mildura for more than three decades.
Thirty La Trobe alumni feature in the alumni tribute walk, which recognises the impact the University has had on the region
Find out how microgravity research can give us knowledge about biological systems in animals and plants that we can harness not only to improve life on Earth, but also to help us understand how to sustain life in space.
This year saw La Trobe launch a new student and alumni innovation and entrepreneurship program – Elevate. Business student, Nathan Gatt shares his journey.
The La Trobe University Partner Showcase was a chance to celebrate 2023 achievements and showcase exciting partnerships in key areas of expertise including health and wellbeing, biotech, agriculture, and food.
Professor Kaori Okano has been elected as a Fellow to the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
The impact of three of our research projects has been recognised in La Trobe University's Annual Impact Report
As cost pressures rise, placement students are being forced to choose between their survival and their futures
Applications for the Sandhurst Collection Research Grant Fund are now open. A total of $20, 000 available. Due 30 November.
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