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Deakin University's first massive open online course (MOOC) will explore the humanitarian sector and its role in disaster and emergency response.
Swans footballer, Adam Goodes, may not have realised how timely he was when he called for education to stop out racism in schools.
Campers staying at the YMCA Mt Evelyn Recreation Camp will gain a closer understanding of their 'hosts', the Wurundjeri people, the traditional owners of the land thanks to some help from Deakin University students.
Deakin University today announced plans to establish a presence in Melbourne's west.
Students could be required to study science and maths through to the senior school years and both subjects beefed up as prerequisite to science-related university courses if key findings from research carried out at the request of Australia's Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, are acted on.
We are saddened by the untimely passing of Dr Yunupingu.
A new partnership between SEEK Learning and Deakin University will increase the range of undergraduate programs offered across Australia through the SEEK Learning website.
The way Alzheimer's disease is portrayed by advocacy groups and the media is having undue influence on the euthanasia debate, according to a Deakin University nursing ethics professor.
A new teacher education program developed by Deakin University academics Dr Debbie Ollis and Associate Professor Lyn Harrison and PhD candidate Claire Maharaj, will ensure beginning teachers have the skills to lead sexuality education lessons with their students.
Be honest, what games do you have on your phone or Facebook profile? Do your kids beg to play Angry Birds? Do you spend time while waiting in a queue slicing virtual fruit?
Deakin University and Fed Square Pty Ltd are delighted to announce a three year partnership that marks their shared global outlook and commitment to community access, creativity, innovative use of technology and public dialogue.
Passionate Melbournians with an interest in photography are being encouraged to get behind a Deakin University Research My World project - RetakeMelbourne which aims to reshoot the images of immigrant Australian photographer Mark Strizic.
Eight Deakin University researchers are going direct to the people in a bid to find money for their research projects.
Is obesity a social contagion?
Can Aung San Suu Kyi turn Myanmar around?
Sophistication needed in cyber defence strategies
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