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There's so much to do at Deakin – and often you don't have to be a student to come along. Find out more about upcoming festivals, talks, conferences and more.
22 September 2016
Are the challenges of Indigenous socioeconomic marginality too deeply embedded and politicised for the Australian government to address productively? In this seminar, Professor Jon Altman asks how have we come to this situation in the last two decades and where might we go from here in the immediate term?
26 October 2016
Data is compelling, seducing us to believe that analysis will always empower us. But this is often not true particularly, when events are rare or predictions are poor. Sometimes, data is unavailable. This webinar considers what to do when confronted with failures with current data or analysis.
11 November 2016
On Topic: Ideas and Discussion is a series of facilitation talks to provoke thought, challenge perspectives and encourage discussion. Current ways of thinking and how health intersects with politics, environment, equality and community will be discussed by a panel of experts and people with lived experience.
21 November 2016
The Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development at Deakin invites attendees to their upcoming seminar about engaging parents in children's learning.
21 November 2016
Professor Hopkins' seminar focuses on the experiences of ethnic and religious minority young people who are mistaken for being Muslim in Scotland.
27 February 2017
Deakin sees the diversity of its staff and students as a great strength and a much valued asset for our learning community. We support diversity in the higher education sector and we recognise the rights of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex students and employees.
1 March 2017
In this webinar Professor Greg Barton will discuss countering violent extremism in Australia and in the Southeast Asia region.
3 May 2017
Whether through health and exercise or via positive thinking and mindfulness, the pressure to be transforming into something better is constant, but for what purpose and what reward?
15 May 2017
Joins us for a webinar on Information Technology.
17 May 2017
Join us for a webinar on Engineering studies in Australia.
24 May 2017
Virtual Reality (VR) and associated interactive technologies provide the ability to create immersive user experiences that are otherwise difficult to access or don't exist in the real world. VR offers significant benefit to a range of applications including education, training, tourism, visualisation, product design and entertainment.
25 May 2017
Join us for a webinar on Architecture and Construction Management studies in Australia.
30 May 2017
Join us for a webinar on Life and Environmental Science studies in Australia.
14 June 2017
In this seminar, Dr Peter Macreadie will provide an overview of research into the distribution, value, and dynamics of Australia's blue carbon
26 July 2017
Jess Holsman, Deakin alumna and entrepreneur, will talk about the versatility of technology in any industry to build a brand and how to establish a strong brand presence through online media.