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School of Life and Environmental Sciences

Whether you want to save the environment or understand disease, our School of Life and Environment Sciences can pave the way for a rewarding career.

Bob Brown helps celebrate environmental science at Deakin

28 August 2014

Bob Brown helps mark 30 years of Environmental Science courses at Deakin University.

Deakin news
Undergraduate Domestic

Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours)

This course focuses on the practical application of engineering and scientific principles to produce immediately employable environmental engineers.

Code S465

Location Waurn Ponds

Intakes Trimester 1; Trimester 2

Course
Undergraduate International

Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (Honours)

This course focuses on the practical application of engineering and scientific principles to produce immediately employable environmental engineers.

Code S465

Location Waurn Ponds

Intakes Trimester 1; Trimester 2

Course

Life and Environmental Sciences Alumni Chapter Launch Event

16 May 2017

Deakin University is delighted to invite Alumni to our Life and Environmental Sciences Chapter launch.

Event

World-first epigenetics study reveals environmental influences can change our genes' behaviour

6 February 2018

In a study of pregnant women, a team of Deakin scientists has shown in humans for the first time that pregnancy can induce long-term epigenetic changes to our bodies, with major implications for understanding, preventing and treating disease.

Research news

Student voyage of marine discovery

6 February 2018

Mapping the ocean floor and observing sea life were some of the experiences two Deakin students had at the inaugural CAPSTAN sea training voyage last year.

Deakin news

Tasmanian devils are learning to live with deadly facial tumour disease

16 February 2018

The deadly devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) affecting Tasmanian devils has triggered evolutionary responses in the species which may help them to coexist with the cancer, new research has found.

Media release

The tiny house way to benefit the environment

27 April 2017

The tiny house phenomenon was the big topic at this year's Deakin Enviro Seminar.

Deakin news

School of Health and Social Development

We specialise in courses and research that focus on the importance of engagement with industry, our communities and families.

Deakin graduate giving Great Barrier Reef marine life a fighting chance

30 January 2018

A former Warrnambool student is giving Great Barrier Reef marine life a fighting chance as part of her new campaign to outlaw straws on commercial boats.

Deakin news

Peter Garrett visits SEBE

5 May 2015

A presentation by Mr Peter Garrett AM, environmental activist, Midnight Oil frontman and former government minister.

Deakin news

School of Architecture and Built Environment

Studying architecture and built environment, you contribute to the creation of beautiful, meaningful and sustainable environments that enhance our lives.

Spotlight on tackling climate change at seminar

18 May 2016

Deakin Enviro Seminar 2016 hosted Australian author and environmentalist, Anna Rose, who presented a talk on tackling climate change.

Deakin news

School of Engineering

Engineering offers you an exciting future, with a huge demand for graduates in Australia and internationally.

Support for Deakin research networks

20 February 2018

The successful Stage 2 bids for funding under a Deakin scheme to encourage multi-disciplinary research teams have been announced.

Research news

Global partnership to improve children's lives

1 February 2018

A collaboration between Deakin and India's leading mental health and neurosciences institute, NIMHANS, has led to the establishment of a joint centre of research excellence in developmental disorders.

Research news

Insights of Western Victoria amongst 'Fusion's' digital treasures

8 February 2018

Online exhibitions are offering fascinating insights to special collections at the Deakin Library.

Research news

HOME

HOME is a research centre with a single core aim: A Home for all.

World-first Deakin study shows how pregnancy reworks your genes

30 January 2018

Deakin scientists have discovered that pregnancy causes long-term changes to the way women's genes behave, which could impact the future health of them and their children.

Media release

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