Road closures are underway. With these road closures you may need to allow for extra time and use alternative routes to get to City campus. Signage will be in place to provide clear direction. #MetroTunnel
Did you miss 'CLASH', the graduating show of our talented designers from the Master of Fashion Design? Don't fret, you can see those great designs make their way up the catwalk at the iconic MPavilion below: [ Ow.ly Link ]
RMIT is proud to be participating in Midsumma Festival - Victoria's premier queer arts and cultural Festival. Drop by our stall at Midsumma 2017 - Carnival Day tomorrow, and look out for us at Official Midsumma Pride March on Sunday 29 January!
We are working to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 32,000 tonnes and save an estimated 53 million litres of water a year with SUPP - the biggest program of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Check it out below. [ Rmit.edu.au Link ]
RMIT is proud to be participating in Midsumma Festival again this year - Victoria's premier queer arts and cultural Festival. To celebrate we are giving away two tickets to the Midsumma show of your choice (Subject to availability).
Simply tag someone you're proud to celebrate Midsumma with. Winner will be announced tomorrow.
Darcy Spencer, Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure) grad, is providing valuable insight and skills into what will be the future of the City campus as a Project Administrator for RMIT's New Academic Street.
Dr Sarah Jane Pell, Artist-Astronaut and RMIT Visiting Researcher wanted to explore extreme performance as part of her ongoing research arts practice. She and Dr Floyd Mueller from the Exertion Games Lab wrote about her adventure in the latest Interactions magazine: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Planning to move to Melbourne and start your studies at RMIT? The Mates at RMIT mentor program might be right for you. The program is especially helpful for international students wanting a friendly and familiar face who can support them as they adjust to their new home away from home.
RMIT Alumni Thao Griffiths began her journey at RMIT Vietnam and now works with the top levels of government around the world to help heal the deep scars of the Vietnam War. Read our interview with her in our alumni magazine.