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30 June 2020

How to turn crisis into a career maker

Having graduated during Global Financial Crisis, Bachelor of Commerce alum Ashton Jones shares four tips for building a career in uncertain times.
29 June 2020

MBA student profile: Anna Remond

MBA student Anna Remond talks about why she applied for the Future Leaders MBA Scholarship.
24 June 2020

Anstice MBA Scholarship recipients drive positive change in NFP sector

A generous donation from David Anstice has made it possible for 6 influential leaders to undertake the MBA. Read their stories.
19 June 2020

Commerce student promotes ethics in finance as BFO Young Ambassador

Bachelor of Commerce student Ricky Rangra has been selected as a 2020 Banking and Finance Oath Young Ambassador, with a mission to build integrity in the financial services industry.
15 June 2020

Covid-19 pandemic and the unprecedented mobilisation of scholarly efforts to fight a global health crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has generated a huge scholarly output across academia. However, Dr Milad Haghani believes that there is still more to be done in the area of safety research, especially where it can assist policy makers.
10 June 2020

MBA student profile: Hemanth Venkat Pasupuleti

Current MBA student Hemanth Venkat Pasupuleti shares his experience on transitioning from a career in the Indian Navy to working for Amazon Web Services, APAC.
09 June 2020

It’s cycling, but not as we know it

Cycling has played a significant role during the COVID-19 lockdown. Professor Stephen Greaves and PhD candidate Tony Arnold discuss how we can capitalise on this to get more people cycling for transport in the future.
01 June 2020

Will Mobility as a Service make Travel Demand Management strategies redundant?

Travel Demand Management (TDM) initiatives involve influencing people's travel behaviour in order to favour alternative mobility options. Professor Emerita Corinne Mulley and Professor John Nelson discuss how these strategies may be useful in the wake of COVID-19.