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La Trobe University
yesterday at 06:00. Facebook
Back in September, we put the call out for fun project ideas to celebrate our 50th anniversary. You really delivered.
Check out the 20 winning projects we're looking forward to: bit.ly/2bTraI8
La Trobe University
12/01/2016 at 05:49. Facebook
Our archaeology lecturer Dr Keir Strickland is using his skills to help rebuild ancient Nepalese temples devastated by a 2015 earthquake.

‘Hundreds of beautifully ornate temples, which played an intangible role in the daily lives of locals, were damaged or destroyed by the quake,’ he says. ‘It’s critical that these historic sites of universal value be restored in ways that maintain their...
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La Trobe University lecturer to help rebuild ancient temples in Nepal

La Trobe University
11/30/2016 at 05:30. Facebook
Pics or it didn't happen. We’re welcoming photos from students, staff and alumni for our 50th Anniversary gallery. Send in pics of your favourite La Trobe memories—from any decade—and be a part of our story: bit.ly/2fYBgou

(*This is where we would put the warning about the hazards of swimming in the moat, if we didn't know you're all too smart to actually try that.)
‘I chose to study chemistry in high school only after another subject was cancelled. Life would have been very different if that hadn’t happened. Still, I never saw science as a career path. I remember meeting with the careers counsellor and watching her write ‘very unsure about future’ on my file.

In the end, I chose a Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry because I liked the idea of helping to...
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2% of Australians are living entirely off-the-grid: growing their own food and generating their own power. PhD candidate Rachel Goldlust explains why self-sufficient living has gone from a 'hippie mantra' to ‘totally mainstream': bit.ly/2fPttfQ
How a toilet break in the Flinders Ranges lead to the discovery of a 49,000-year-old 'archaeologist's dream' site: bit.ly/2fBKMAA
Our accounting students are adding Professional Fundraising to their skillsets by helping not-for-profits such as Righteous Pups Australia: bit.ly/2eyfGFY
We want to put you in your dream job. That's why we want you to know about the new LinkedIn Students App: bit.ly/2fp73ll

Explore the career paths of La Trobe alumni who studied your course—and get daily job matches to suit your skills and interests :)
Soil expert Dr Samantha Grover is about to join 77 of the world’s brightest female scientists on a boat bound for Antarctica. Their mission: topple the power balance of the world’s science community: bit.ly/2fGGCpw
So what will the next four years of a Trump Presidency actually look like? Here's what the La Trobe experts think: bit.ly/2fGJOSg
‘During my time at La Trobe I discovered that when you seize one opportunity, hundreds more come flooding in.’

Hannah’s Bachelor of Arts course lead her to a New York internship that bolstered her skills and stoked a passion for promoting access to education for girls worldwide. Here's how it all happened: bit.ly/2fxqs1U
First year education student Chloe has joined a volunteer tutoring program run by Bendigo’s La Trobe students to help refugee children with their schoolwork.
'I thought this would be the most interesting and rewarding thing to do in Bendigo, and it still relates back to my course,’ she says. As well as benefiting the kids, Chloe says the program is preparing her for working in diverse,...
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The student behind our beloved Snapchat geofilter has done it again (with help from his classmates). Check out Metrobe—the La Trobe transport app made by students, for students: bit.ly/2fgesjD
See La Trobe like you've never seen us before. Media and Communications student John offers a drone's-eye view of our beautiful Melbourne Campus: bit.ly/2eTfO6Q
Fernanda travelled from Mexico to La Trobe for a postgrad degree. She left with a world-class qualification—and the love of her life: bit.ly/2f7iE6N