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Deakin Matters is a Deakin sponsored radio program, broadcast weekly from the studios of 94.7 The Pulse in Geelong. Hosted by Bodey Dittloff it features interviews and discussions with Deakin academic staff and students past and present on a wide range of topics, including latest research and...
Why do we make pictures? What is the importance of a painting or drawing? Or more importantly how do we learn to make them? These are questions that many prospective students may not ask themselves directly; yet they feel the impetus to pursue a program that answers them. When we create or make...
Professor Noam Chomsky presented a lecture 'Changing Contours of Global Order' a look at our drastically changing world, and the implications for domestic and world order on 4 November 2011. This was a free public lecture and was Professor Chomsky's only public appearance in Melbourne,...
Social media and mobile technologies have taken off in Australia. This collection of audio and video content looks at the various perspectives from Business to sporting organisations to security and families.
Introducing some simple techniques to make good quality video
Deakin's range of health courses gives you a wide choice of areas to study including: health sciences, food, nutrition, dietetics, medicine, nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, optometry, psychology, public health, health promotion, social work, clinical exercise physiology, and exercise...
Competition Law introduces students to the principal areas of law in Australia which aim to preserve competition in the economy. Attention will focus on the restrictive trade practices provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and their theoretical underpinnings. In particular, it will examine...
The School of Architecture and Building had its genesis in the Gordon Institute of Technology in 1887 and has been part of Deakin University since 1977. Over eight hundred students now enrol in the School's courses. Students study on-campus, off-campus and online. They are supported by 40 full...
Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) allows you contribute in a professional capacity to the study and management of wildlife populations both in Australia and overseas. Wildlife and Conservation Biology has a strong focus on hands-on fieldwork. Environmental Science...
Sexuality Education Matters is a Deakin University series of videos showing footage of pre-service teachers and lecturers discussing their experiences and challenges, as well as some examples of teaching and learning activities in action. Sexuality Education Matters has also been designed for...
The School of Engineering's vision is to benefit society by training tomorrow's technology leaders and engineering a technology-driven future: via our cutting-edge research, our collaborations with industry, and our innovative teaching programmes. In this way we help Deakin University to achieve...
Dr Bronwyn Fox is the senior lecturer at Deakin University for the Centre for Material and Fibre Innovation and remains the leader for the research team. Brownyn’s key research interests consist of: 1. Out-of-Autoclave cure of composites 2. Structure –property relationships in nano-composites...
The Three Minute Thesis is an exercise in developing academic and research communication skills. Higher degrees by research students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis topic and its significance in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist...
The Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific (CHCAP) seminar series aims to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss key issues facing cultural heritage and museums. The CHCAP is a leading research centre in the heritage and museum studies field, based in the Alfred Deakin...
Student from the Bachelor of Film and Digital Media final work for 2009
Deakin University provides all their students with the opportunity to achieve beyond their own beliefs, dreams and aspirations. At Deakin, students have a real opportunity to get a head in life through the dedication and experience levels of the staff employed at Deakin University as well as the...
The Deakin University Alumni Community mission is to offer a vibrant online community that facilitates for meaningful lifelong communication between the University and its Alumni members. The Alumni program aims to * Provide for tailored communication and networking avenues that add...
Deakin University's Film and Video courses are designed to meet the growing demand of film and video industries. This is done by providing postgraduate students varied and diverse opportunities to create content, using Deakin's state of the art technologies including Motion.Lab, Australia's...
Gie Leim is the head researcher for the Walibi project. Here you will find an interview with him and a number of other resources such as background information on the Walibi project into children's eating habits.
Cultural preparedness for International Nursing Students. The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Deakin University is one of the largest schools of nursing in Australia. The School is committed to a problem-solving experiential approach to the education of undergraduate students. This includes...
Prof. Marcel Klaassen from The Centre Integrative Ecology, has developed broad research interests including theoretical, experimental and observational studies on numerous animal, plant and microbe taxa.
Researchers at the Alfred Deakin Research Institute undertake research relating to key themes, Leadership, Development and Governance in Australian and international perspectives. Professor David Lowe is the director of Deakin University's 'Alfred Deakin Research Institute', a promising leader of...
Professor Saeid Nahavandi is the director of Deakin University’s Centre for Intelligent Systems Research (CISR). Through investigating and developing algorithms and methodologies which provide practical resolutions for real problems in the world. Accompanied by a generation of robotic control...
The world’s first cancer stem cell-targeting chemical missile has been created by Deakin University medical scientists, placing them a step closer to creating a medical ‘smart bomb’ that would seek out and eradicate the root of cancer cells.
Dr Terannum Afrin has found the property that gives bamboo its unique sunblocking characteristics. She developed an eco-friendly manufacturing model to process bamboo fibre
The Deakin Motion.Lab was established in 2006 through a partnership between Deakin University, Multimedia Victoria and Act3animation. Deakin University manage teaching and research activities in the Deakin Motion.Lab. Act3animation manage all commercial motion capture services offered by the...
In January 2011, nineteen Deakin University business students & two company CEOs shared an adventure aboard the tall ship 'One & All'. Setting sail from Hobart, Tasmania to Williamstown in Victoria, their skills and ideas about leadership were tested over an eight day voyage. What follows...
Each year Deakin University hosts three orations to the Deakin Community. These are the Richard Searby Oration and marks the contribution made by Dr Richard Searby AO QC as Chancellor of Deakin University from 1997 to 2005; The Brookes Oration, hosted annually by The Deakin Graduate School of...
Deakin Journalism students are encouraged produce stories to make links with the local councils and regional bodies so that they can produce stories involving them and also broadcast their news stories
The Smartbike project was developed by Dr Paul Collins within the Institute for Technology Research and Innovation.
Professor Boyd Swinburne is the director of Deakin University's WHO Collaborating centre for Obesity Prevention and Related Research and Training. Boyd's WHO centre covers four key sections including: 1. Obesity Research groups. 2. Co-Ops Collaboration. 3. Advocacy for Obesity Prevention. 4....