Congratulations to Ernest Koh and Associate Professor Peter Howard, honoured for outstanding teaching at last week’s Monash awards ceremony.
Ernest Koh was awarded the 2012 Vice-Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning – “For sustained contributions to the innovative teaching of history in multi-disciplinary settings, and the fostering of a research culture among his students”.
Associate Professor Peter Howard was awarded the 2012 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence.
2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher
The 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Resarch by an Early Career Researcher was announced…
New Lectureships for 2013
The School of History has made new appointments in the following areas: The Centre for…
Australian European University Institute Fellowships Association Inc.
Fellowship Applications - Applications are now invited for Australian European University Institute Fellowships which provide…
Units offered in 2013
SOPHIS has announced its second and third year History offerings for 2013. These include two…
Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2012 Results
The latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) results released last week had some excellent news…
Arts Faculty Teaching Awards and Citations – Congratulations to SOPHIS staff
Congratulations to SOPHIS staff members Rachel Stevens and Tim Verhoeven. Both were awarded the Faculty…
Call for Papers – Aftermath Conference in Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Aftermath: Sites and Sources of History and Memory Monash University, Melbourne, Australia 6-7 August 2013…
Alistair Thomson’s Moving Stories shortlisted for a NSW Premier’s Literary Award
Alistair Thomson’s Moving Stories has been shortlisted for a NSW Premier’s Literary Award. Nominated…
Making Histories – Digital Histories Showcase
In 2011, Professor Alistair Thomson and colleagues from the History department supported Museum Victoria in…
Fed Square: the place to meet
Since its opening in October 2002, Federation Square has become the place for Melburnians and…