Collaborating with the world – International Research Training

Facilitating international research training is key for Deakin's growing international research profile.

Communist archives reveal historical treasure trove

Research has revealed insights into the Soviet psyche in post-World War II Russia.

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Two new Research Institutes for Deakin

The C-PAN and CISR Strategic Research Centres have been re-designated Research Institutes.

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Connections with Germany on a roll

Joint research projects are paving the way for longer-term collaborations.

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Museum builds understanding of Islam

Deakin Business School has researched the influence of the Islamic Museum of Australia.

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Solving disputes in the workplace

Deakin Law School's Dr Victoria Lambropoulos has researched workplace law.

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Top internship for Deakin economist

Deakin University PhD student Matthew Larkin recently hooked an economics “opportunity of a lifetime.”

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Deakin to lead three NHMRC partnership projects

Researchers will work together to combat challenges such as childhood obesity, alcohol-related violence and patient safety.

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Australia Day honour for Professor Mari Botti

lfred Deakin Professor Mari Botti AM, Chair in Nursing in the Deakin-Epworth partnership, has been made a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2016 Australia Day honours.

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New CeRRF Director reaffirms industry focus

The Maslovian saying “if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail” is perhaps the antithesis of David Halliwell’s approach in his role as the new Director of Deakin’s Centre for Regional and Rural Futures (CeRRF).

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Marketing a change of behaviour

Dr Josh Newton says there’s “probably tons of definitions” to describe social marketing, but essentially it’s about encouraging good behaviour.

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Fellowship examines university equity

Australia is regarded internationally as a leader in widening participation to higher education.

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Helping refugees transition to the workforce

How do refugees fare in the Australian workplace?

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US thinker offers refreshing take on leadership

A good leader is like a sports coach. They need to trust that people want to do well. Nobody joins a sporting team in the hope of failing.

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Deakin offers new start for Iraqi scholar

A scholar rescue fund is allowing a medical researcher to continue her work at Deakin.

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Should Indigenous peoples refuse state ‘recognition’?

For a long time the so-called ‘politics of recognition’ have been taken for granted as a basis for life in multicultural and settler colonial countries.

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