RMIT University
03/27/2017 at 02:59. Facebook
Fashioning frocks from flowers, these students have taken horticulture to a whole new level. Their creations, made entirely from things you would find in the garden, will be a highlight of the Melbourne Flower and Garden Show, opening this Wednesday.
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03/23/2017 at 07:12. Facebook
For your student ticket to the Industry and Innovation Precinct at the 2017 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix tomorrow, just write your name in the comments and make sure you like RMIT Students! Pick up from Info Corner City campus.
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03/23/2017 at 04:45. Facebook
Missed out on a rock and a roll? Make sure you follow RMIT Students to keep up to date with all the latest happening (and free stuff) on campus.
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03/22/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
Our students build, drive and thrive when it comes to electric racing. The RMIT Electric Racing Car - built from scratch - will be spinning around the track tomorrow at the Australian Grand Prix. Students have worked tirelessly across disciplines to make this happen. A huge round of applause to all involved.

Student electric racing team in the driving seat - RMIT University
Melbourne Design Week 2017 is in full swing! An initiative of the Victorian Government, this 10-day celebration of great design features talks by leading experts, design-focused exhibitions, tours, panel discussions and industry events at NGV and partner venues around Melbourne. We are proud to be a design partner. For the full program visit: [ Link ]
Good luck to our three RMIT fashion graduates competing in the iD International Emerging Designer Awards Show in Dunedin, NZ!

Finalists Emily Cameron, Paul Castro and Victoria Bliss were selected from a pool of 150 entries from 18 countries, standing out from the crowd for their "innovation and exceptional creativity". [ Link ]
Asia pop culture fans - add this to your calendar! Sidney Myer Music Bowl will come alive on Friday, March 24 for Asia Pop Fest. Entry is free for students and it's set to be the biggest international student welcome party ever. Get your K-Pop dance moves ready for a night of fun, food and festivities.

Asia Pop Fest x Lord Mayor’s Student Welcome 2017
Sustainable business practice is good for the planet and for business. Ahead of Sustainability Week (20 - 24 March), learn about RMIT's Sustainable Urban Precincts Program and what that means for the university in the latest Talking Business. [ Link ]

Michael Anderson and Lynn Stevenson - Talking Business 2017, Ep7 by RMIT...
Good luck to all the RMIT alumni nominated in tonight's Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards. No matter who wins, it's definitely worth revisiting this important piece from nominee Evan Young about PTSD in firefighters.

'My life just blew apart': Firefighters face PTSD as Black Saturday toll continues
Many people will be out celebrating with a Guinness in honour of St Patrick's Day this evening, but how exactly does alcohol affect our brain? Dr Martin Stebbing explains how we might lose memory and why drinking can give us that nasty headache in the morning.
Learn how to fix your own bike or how to grow your own little patch of green in an urban environment. Or maybe an Indigenous campus tour is more to your liking? You can do all these things and more as part of the range of events taking place next week on campus as part of Sustainability Week.

Sustainability Week - RMIT University
Today is National #ClosetheGap Day. Yamatji-Badimia woman Banok Rind proved her naysayers wrong by enrolling in nursing at RMIT. She is now poised to make change to an issue very close to her heart.

Unemployed and drunk? How this aspiring nurse proved her teacher wrong
Tomorrow is National #CloseTheGap Day and thousands of Australians will be standing up and showing their support for Indigenous health equality. RMIT nursing student and proud Yamatji-Badimia woman Banok Rind is leading the charge and will be taking over Oxfam's Twitter handle (@OxfamAustralia) tomorrow. Watch her story below.
RMIT's Dr Catherine Strong talks to Hack on triple j about the complex reasons underlying the lack of female representation in music.

By the numbers: The gender gap in the Australian music industry
Congratulations to our Journalism and Professional Communication alumni nominated in the 2016 Quill awards.
Last year's graduate Evan Young is nominated for Student of the Year while alumni Nick McKenzie (nominated 5 times) and Richard Willingham, Seb Costello, Soren Berklesen and Brianna Travers are nominated in a wide range of categories.

2016 Quill Awards finalists announced - Melbourne Press Club
Art and Design at RMIT has been ranked number 1 in the Asia-Pacific region and 17th globally in the latest QS World University Rankings. This is the third year in a row that Art & Design has stood within the top 20 worldwide.

RMIT strengthens global standing - RMIT University
Every parent wishes they could get more sleep, but how do you know if your sleeping patterns are healthy? RMIT is looking for participants in a Parent-Child sleep study. Take this survey to see if you qualify.

Parent-Child Sleep Study
As part of this International Women's Day we're celebrating the AFL Women's and its rising star Lily Mithen. When she's not in action for the Dees, she's hitting the books as an RMIT marketing student.

Football star’s journey takes an academic turn - RMIT University
Professor Kay Latham was the first person in her family to go to university. Ahead of International Women's Day, the scientist and crystal engineer says that "female role models are vital" to get girls into science, technology, engineering and maths.

Meet Kay Latham: Scientist, crystal engineer and ‘serendipity junkie’ -...
Sustainable food researcher at RMIT, Dianne McGrath, talks about some of the steps we can take to eliminate food waste.

The shocking true extent of Australia's food waste issue - News +...