2014 Media releases archives
Deakin University's international students are set to make a splash when they swap laptops and lecture rooms for Speedos and surfboards at surf school this weekend.
Master of Teaching brings up to 100 to Warrnambool
27 November 2014
Up to 100 new student teachers from across Australia will spend four weeks in Warrnambool in a new partnership designed to attract inspirational teachers to disadvantaged areas.
Deakin University criminologist Kate Fitz-Gibbon wields a pen over a sword to protect women victims of violent crime
12 November 2014
A new book by influential Deakin University criminologist Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon is set to put further pressure on calls to tighten up laws covering crimes of domestic violence that result in homicide.
Rural and regional Victorian women more likely to experience violence, less likely to get justice: Deakin research
7 November 2014
Women in rural and regional Victoria can be up to three times more likely to experience family violence than some metropolitan women, yet their postcodes can also inhibit the chances they have of receiving justice, new Deakin University research has found.
Deakin University celebrates 20 years in India
5 November 2014
Deakin University has marked 20 historic years in India by announcing it will expand its operations into South Asia.
Deakin University has had some excellent results in the ARC scheme outcomes announced today.
Sydney artist Mikala Dwyer has received the 2014 Deakin University $10,000 Contemporary Small Sculpture Award at a special event at the Burwood campus.
A partnership between Deakin University researchers and a Melbourne-based community organisation have created a computer game designed to prevent bullying.
Back to basics approach to home cooking the key to turning around Australia’s poor eating habits
28 October 2014
The back to basics approach to home cooking taught through Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia program is successfully changing the eating habits of Australians, Deakin University research has found.
A Deakin University study has found that Australian-born parents living in areas with a high number of bottle shops are the most likely to buy alcohol for their teenage children.
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