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13 May 2022

With challenge comes opportunity – teaching collaborations across divisions

The upheaval to teaching and learning during the pandemic has also seen some valuable teaching collaborations take place across our three divisions, as our...

Category: Learning

29 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Jeremy Moon

Prof Jeremy Moon is Professor of Sustainability Governance and Director of Copenhagen Business School Sustainability Centre, Department of Management...

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Joanne Ciulla

Gourlay Ethics in Business Week visiting scholar, Professor Joanne Ciulla, tells us more about her journey and interest in business ethics.

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Robert Phillips

Professor Robert Phillips comes to Gourlay Business Ethics Week from York University’s Schulich School of Business in Canada. He discusses the business...

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Dirk Matten

Professor Dirk Matten of the Schulich School of Business joins us for Gourlay Business Ethics Week 2022. He discusses the greatest constraints to businesses...

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022 – Dr Mette Morsing: 'We need to change how management is taught'

Professor Mette Morsing, Head of PRME Principles of Responsible Management, UN Global Compact in New York, believes our best shot at embedding ethical...

Category: Learning

19 Nov 2020

Media Festival 2020 wrap-up

Last month, the Media and Communications department within Trinity’s Pathways School hosted an online media festival, adapting to the challenges of 2020...

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Media Festival 2020
07 Sep 2020

From the experts: how to network effectively online

In the business and entrepreneurial world, networking has long been considered a key avenue to create long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with...

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31 Aug 2020

Why you should network at university (and what networking means for students)

Networking can seem a little intimidating, particularly if you’re a student and are yet to embark on your career. But it’s never too early to start and...

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17 Aug 2020

What does the future of work look like?

Last week, a panel of Trinity alumni joined us on Zoom from around Australia to discuss what the next generation of jobs will look like. The big question was...

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27 Feb 2020

How to make the most of your 2020

What does your plan look like for 2020? Have you set any goals to make the most of this academic year?

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Shri Ram College of Commerce
20 Mar 2019

Panel discussion considers the future of capitalism

Each year, Trinity College hosts a visiting professor as part of an ethics in business program instigated by the late John Gourlay (TC 1954) and his wife...

Category: Learning

03 Nov 2017

Alumni panel discuss diversity in sustainable careers lecture

What do an embryologist, horticulturalist and a humanitarian activist have in common? They are all former students of Trinity College, and are currently...

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20 Oct 2017

Five Tips for Study Success

The exam period is fast approaching and if not managed effectively this can often lead to anxiety and stress. To help, we've compiled a list of our top five...

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25 Sep 2017

Students Walk Through a Winter Wonderland

On Friday 15 September, hundreds of students from the Foundation Studies program found themselves walking through snowflakes, as the Gateway building was...

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18 Sep 2017

Fair Dinkum Festival Held in Gateway Bustles With Activity

On Wednesday 13 September, the bi-annual clubs and activities expo- Fair Dinkum - traditionally held on the College Bulpadock was moved from its usual...

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13 Apr 2017

Global Pathway Showcases Trinity’s Community and Diversity

On Wednesday 29 March, 215 North Melbourne Primary School students from years 5 and 6 joined Trinity College’s student-led Global Pathways event on the...

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29 Aug 2016

Gateway Building to Bring Students Together

On Monday 22 August classes officially commenced in the new Gateway building. The building is the largest project in the College’s history and a milestone...

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24 Aug 2016
26 Oct 2015

The Hon Kevin Rudd to speak at College

Trinity is pleased to invite you to a key lecture at the College on 10 November by past Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

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29 Jul 2015

Chapel Arts Series

In August, the Trinity College Chapel will explore the relationship between Christian spirituality and the arts.

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29 May 2014

New Careers & Further Studies Office

The Careers & Further Studies Office provides careers assistance to Trinity students and alumni while at Trinity and up to two years after leaving.

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12 Mar 2014

New York Jazz Symposium at Trinity

Applications now open. Calling for Australian and international high school students aged 14–17.

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13 Jan 2014

Students visit Australian Synchrotron

On Monday the Global Leaders in Science students from Brazil visited the Australian Synchrotron.

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28 Oct 2013

Congratulations, Kat!

Student of the Year and prize winners announced at Valedictory Dinner.

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14 Oct 2013

A day with a jazz hero

Matthew Nicholls, a young jazz musician who took part in this year's Juilliard Jazz Program at Trinity College, was awarded the Bruce McComish Brass Prize.

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08 Oct 2013

Trinity launches new Centre for Advanced Studies

Last night, Trinity College, the University of Melbourne, was delighted to welcome Professor Larry Gostin, Founding O'Neill Chair in Global Health Law, and...

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26 Sep 2013

Trinity wins 2013 ICAC Cultural Cup

Trinity’s strong involvement in the arts and intercollegiate community has been recognised by the Intercollegiate Culture and Arts Council (ICAC), which...

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18 Sep 2013

Trinity student awarded McKinsey & Co Women in Leadership Scholarship

Susie Gomm (2nd year Commerce) was recently awarded the 2013 McKinsey & Company Women in Leadership Scholarship.

Category: Learning

10 Sep 2013

The public, the Church and asylum seekers: reflections from the Barry Marshall lecture

In August, Professor Frank Brennan SJ AO gave the 43rd Barry Marshall Memorial Lecture at Trinity College, speaking on the theme of The public, the Church...

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