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Our Sustainable Urban Precincts Program has been named as a finalist in the Vic Premier's Sustainability Awards. We met our emissions reduction target four years early! If you think that's worth voting for, click here:
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RMIT Sport Sep 16
Meet Alastair Christie-Johnston, Elite Athlete Program student, and member of our 2017 national title winning Redbacks cycling team. Ahead of the 2018 Division 1 Nationals we’re sharing the stories of student-athletes set to :
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RMIT University Sep 16
Gender diversity is more accepted in society, but using the pronoun ‘they’ still divides. Post-Doctoral Research Fellow writes on how such a small shift in language still escapes the grasp of many. Read more:
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RMIT University Sep 16
Many women are faced with the 'career or child' dilemma, but what impact does maternity leave really have on your career? Great insight from co-author , featured in .
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RMIT Research Sep 13
Hear that?? RMIT designer and the team at have won the product design category in the 2018 awards with Facett, the world’s first modular hearing aid. Read more about this incredible research collaboration:
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RMIT University Sep 13
Hey Tarah - You can still come along anyway, just register your email address to attend.
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RMIT University Sep 12
Beautiful day for here at the City campus. Great to see so many students checking in with one another and making great mates so that when the day isn't as sunny and bright, there's always someone there to rely on.
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RMIT University Sep 12
Replying to @JRDingwall
RMIT's Pac-Men are ghost immune!
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Rob Hulls Sep 12
Fabulous presentation from the VC of Martin Bean about jobs of the future, working with robots and the importance of micro-credentials....and yes, shift happens!
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RMIT University Sep 12
One thing that we do much better than robots is understanding. Moving forward we should look at using machines to enhance what we we already doing. Panel is really digging into some important issues. You can still watch live here
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Olivia Ilic Sep 12
‘s Martin Bean proposes that today ‘failure is inevitable’. That competencies such as resilience and grit help us learn to fail. Do you agree?
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RMIT University Sep 12
Think about a cluster of skills and look for opportunities that give you exposure to those skills - Sarah Goss , Head of Innovation at Australia & NZ.
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RMIT University Sep 12
Don’t pick industries, pick competencies. Be free from having to pick an industry and instead pick a competency, which can take you anywhere you want.
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Olivia Ilic Sep 12
What is the most commonly searched question on the largest education provider in the world? “How do I...?” - Hmmm... “How do I dance with the robots?”
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RMIT University Sep 12
“The real power of AI is to extend and enhance human skills. To really do that, you have to have the the human there” - Professor John Thangarajah
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RMIT University Sep 12
“We need to think of knowledge as a currency... the old knowledge currency was our testamur. Now it’s about curating that portfolio for life of who we are.” - Martin Bean
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RMIT University Sep 12
. is “without doubt” the largest education provider on the internet. And most of it’s free.
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RMIT University Sep 12
Universities are even more relevant than ever before. We now have an opportunity to help people move through their entire life and be there to support then the whole way.
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RMIT University Sep 12
As jobs are eaten, many more open up. Our challenge as educators is to prepare our students for this world, where people may have up to 15 different jobs.
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RMIT University Sep 12
The impact that robots are going to have in everything that we do is going to accelerate at a million miles an hour - VC Martin Bean
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