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            RMIT welcomes new College of Business Pro Vice-Chancellor

            Experienced corporate leader and scholar Professor Julie Cogin has joined RMIT.

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            Historic Oxford Scholar given new lease on life

            RMIT's Oxford Scholar has re-opened to the public after an extensive renovation, marking the beginning of a new chapter in one of Melbourne’s oldest stories.

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