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Fighting modern slavery
La Trobe announces senior appointments
Aiia Maasarwe scholarship awarded
Does flexible work ‘work’ for parents?
La Trobe celebrates Australia Day Awards
Australia Day Honour for La Trobe VC
La Trobe awarded record LIEF grants
Regional students receive scholarships
Free This Girl Can Workshop
Threatened species habitat up in smoke
La Trobe class of 2020
La Trobe’s green initiatives recognised
Measuring bushfire’s impact on vineyards
Alcohol tax reform needed
Identifying autism through new tech
Attracting psychologists to rural areas
Supporting women to become IoT experts
Impact of meth use depends on your genes
Supporting health workers in Timor-Leste
La Trobe Summer/Christmas Expert Alert
Joint statement: Krystal Browitt
Paving way to healing complex trauma
New incentive to study in Albury-Wodonga
New incentives to study in Shepparton
Running research: Heel-toe or toe-heel?
Big support to bring students to Bendigo
Former La Trobe student honoured
La Trobe awarded $3m in NHMRC grants
Building Indigenous health careers
La Trobe joins SGroup
La Trobe receives $3.35m in ARC grants
Dean and Head of Law School appointed
La Trobe shortlisted for green uni award
20 new Cleaver Weather sensors installed across Bendigo
Prestigious award a first for Bendigo
Samuel headed to Indo-Pacific in 2020
Study: alcohol & tobacco policy impacts
International student wins top honour
New Wallan campus to open in 2020
La Trobe Psychology rises in ranking
Mental health expert speaks in Bendigo
Ten years of improving rural health
La Trobe welcomes puppies to Bundoora
Supporting carers in higher education
Rapid alcohol delivery service risks
ARC funding success for La Trobe
Cells control their dance of death
La Trobe MBA receives global recognition