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Melbourne artist Geoffrey Bartlett has taken out the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award for 2016 with a striking work titled Fusion Revisited.
Teachers at 30 secondary schools across Victoria are set to receive a boost to their Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teaching credentials thanks to a new Victorian Government initiative delivered by Deakin University.
Deakin University marketing courses have been given the quality seal of approval from Australia’s peak professional marketing body.
Deakin University Chancellor John Stanhope has been acknowledged as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM, General Division) as part of today’s annual Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Fourth year Arts/Commerce student Rachael Brodie was last night announced as the second recipient of the annual Allison Murphy Memorial Scholarship.
Crossing the threshold into the thirties is often marked with many life changing moments, with starting a family up there as the most momentous for women and men alike.
Let’s have dinner and talk about death: Deakin to host launch of national end of life initiative
25 May 2016
Deakin University has joined with the Australian Centre for Health Research to encourage Australian’s to break the silence on talking about death and start a conversation with family and friends while breaking bread at the dinner table.
A world first Australian study has found a link between modern screen-based sedentary behaviours and anxiety risk in mothers of young children aged under five years.
Australians may soon be able to undergo ultrasound diagnostics by remote, thanks to a world first robotics technology developed by Deakin University in partnership with Telstra.
Deakin University today officially opened its new $8.4 million Elite Sports Precinct at the Waurn Ponds campus by welcoming AFL powerhouse the Geelong Cats to train on the MCG-sized oval.
Deakin University welcomes the launch of a new stage of Keep It Clever advertising during the federal election campaign to highlight the essential role of universities in economic transition and job creation.
Why gestational diabetes leads to type 2 diabetes has baffled medical science for decades, but new research led by Deakin University has shown the answer could be in our genes’ ability to change their behaviour due to signals from the environment.
A warming globe has been directly linked to higher mortality among one of the world’s most iconic Arctic-breeding, migratory shorebirds.
A new crowdfunding campaign by Deakin University historian Dr Joanna Cruickshank aims to use theatre and historical story-telling to fight racism in Australian high schools.
Sugar is the latest target in the fight against obesity, with calls for Australia to follow the lead of countries such as the UK, Mexico and Hungary and introduce a tax on sugary drinks. But does having a sweet tooth mean you are more prone to being overweight or obese?