Tag your friends in the 2017 Orientation album! When Facebook serves up a Memory in your timeline 7 years from now, on the way to your dream job, you can all marvel at how young you were :)
It's so exciting to see so many fresh faces around! To celebrate Orientation, we have some vouchers for you to spend on treats around campus. All you need to do is tell us (in 25 words or less) who your La Trobe buddy is in a comment on this post! We'll select up to 5 winners a day until Friday 24 Feb.

(full terms and conditions here: bit.ly/2lAWYoC)
La Trobe University
yesterday at 22:32. Facebook
Welcome to everyone starting their journey towards earning a La Trobe qualification today! First step: Orientation! Make sure you've bookmarked this page: bit.ly/new_ltu and plan your week here: bit.ly/29KRpKJ

Wondering what kind of events are on? Click to see more:
- Escape room at the Library
- Library tour (meet your librarians!)
- Public Transport Victoria issuing concession cards
-...
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La Trobe University
02/17/2017 at 05:15. Facebook
Despite his status as one of Singapore’s foremost hydroponic scientists, La Trobe alumnus Dr Atomic Leow had a lifelong dream: to become a doctor of medicine. After studying in the freezing Romanian climate at the Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Dr Leow has achieved his ambition—he's now recognised in Romania as the world’s oldest medical graduate.

Dr Leow credits much of...
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La Trobe University
02/16/2017 at 05:44. Facebook
We’re so proud of this group of engineering and computer science students! After a study tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina (where they learned about tech innovation, went on site tours, and joined a hackathon), they collectively donated almost $3,000 to their fellow engineering students on the other side of the world.

Civil Engineering student Chris Sawyer said ‘I wanted to give the youth of...
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La Trobe University
02/15/2017 at 05:28. Facebook
Our VC John Dewar shares his fondest memories and proudest achievements as leader of La Trobe

See more of our 'Living History' video series here: bit.ly/2kIFd3y
La Trobe University
02/14/2017 at 04:47. Facebook
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La Trobe University
02/13/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
Our scientists at the La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science are striving to develop treatments for cancer, malaria, Alzheimer’s and so much more. We're so proud to have such amazing minds on campus!
7 reasons La Trobe is the perfect choice for postgrads: bit.ly/2ldx6wi
We're so excited for the Lawn Lunch! For our 50th Anniversary, we're throwing a party for the whole La Trobe community—live music, delicious food, craft beers, special events—the works. See details and book your tickets here: bit.ly/2fKrLsY
A scourge of Yellow Crazy Ants are threatening the famous Red Crabs of Christmas Island. We've teamed up with Parks Australia to save them.
Aesop CEO Michael O'Keeffe studied engineering at La Trobe. Now he's running his company 'like a 33-year-old startup': bit.ly/2l0nbd4
We can't wait to meet our new students! Have you accepted your offer and enrolled? Here's how: bit.ly/1fNYLyJ
How do you improve the world's best tennis players? Analysing 37,727 shots is a good start. Why big data and tennis are a match made in heaven: bit.ly/2jPQRtq
‘I’m extremely lucky. I did my PhD at La Trobe with a bunch of talented, inspiring PhD students. Now I have the privilege of a teaching and research job here. It’s no overstatement to say this is beyond my wildest dreams. Education is a powerful tool for social change.

History is about finding stories that help us to make sense of the forces that structure our lives today. So think about the...
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If you're spending Friday night at the NGV, make sure you check out Living Landscapes. You can create your own unique digital tree we'll add a real living plant to our Wildlife Sanctuary. Check our some of the colourful creations here: bit.ly/2k8GO5w
We're closed on January 26 for the national public holiday. We'll be back on Friday January 27 - ASK La Trobe will be reopen at 8.30am and our libraries will re-open between 8am and 9am.
Fighter jets, submarines and self-healing metal. Read our Q&A with Head of Engineering, Professor Lumley: bit.ly/2k5TZQR