AUTUMN 2014
KEY ROLE IN NEW RESEARCH CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE | Probing Cancer, Autism and Alzheimer’s disease | Marine life survey of world's oceans | Australians at war and prayer | Study to save animals from hoarders
April 9, 2014
Dr Whiteside: detailed insights into Aboriginal people’s own efforts for change. March 20, 2014
March 18, 2014
Excavations at Ned's Corner in January February 21, 2014

National fight against cancer and Alzheimer’s disease

February 21, 2014

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Key role for La Trobe in new Government Research Centres of Excellence The Federal Government has awarded $8m to three La Trobe University scientists for leading-edge research into next-generation immunological and plant-based therapies for cancer and other diseases. Research groups led by physicists Dr Brian Abbey and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Keith Nugent, and by […]

New Hallmark Program and Indigenous Studies initiatives

February 21, 2014

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La Trobe University has launched its unique ‘Hallmark Program’ for high achieving students – with the foundation cohort of 23  arriving on campus in February – as well as a special on-line introductory Indigenous studies module aimed at all students. The Hallmark Program is designed to help students extend their thinking on key global issues […]

Centenary book: stories from a hundred war memorials

February 20, 2014

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Mt Gambier: Ninety year old Eddie Heaver with a photo of his WWI soldier Dad and a captured German Krupp Field Gun.

There are more than 12,000 war memorials across the length and breadth of Australia – and La Trobe University photojournalists are documenting stories about 100 of these, from cities to outback towns, in every state and territory. The ambitious project is for a book to be published around Remembrance Day, as part of this year’s […]