TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EXCHANGE & STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS!
Walter Mangold Language Scholarships are available to full-time university students in Victoria who complete second year academic requirements in a modern language and are approved for an exchange or study abroad program in 2018.
Debates around the creative industries, and the ‘creative cities’ and ‘creative classes’ associated with these, … Continue reading Culture to go? Symposium explores creative and cultural industries futures
Dr Zareh Ghazarian, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations from the School of Social Sciences, … Continue reading Zareh Ghazarian delivers Senate Occasional Lecture
Australians have high expectations of tests in healthcare. But are they higher than warranted? And … Continue reading Testing times: new research project looks at expectations in healthcare testing
Monash Master of International Relations alumnus, Fahd Pahdepie, has won the 2017 Outstanding Young Alumni Award. Supported … Continue reading Outstanding Young Alumni Award 2017: Monash Arts alumnus Fahd Pahdepie
Associate Professor Nathalie Nguyen, Director of the Monash National Centre for Australian Studies, had her book … Continue reading Nathalie Nguyen’s ‘South Vietnamese Soldiers’ launched at ADFA
Monash academic and researcher Associate Professor Jane Griffiths has been nominated as best actor in the … Continue reading Jane Griffiths nominated for 2017 Green Room best actor award
Screening Melbourne, an exciting conference and events program, was held in the the CBD recently, which involved moving attendees through the city to experience its history, materiality and contemporary complexity.
by James Walter The Liberal Party is riven by internal bickering, with various camps claiming to … Continue reading As the Liberal Party continues to fracture, we may be watching its demise
Rocking the boat: Scott Morrison and his infamous lump of carbon. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas by David … Continue reading Playing politics with renewables: how the right is losing its way
Steven Roberts, Monash University and Marcus Maloney, Monash University PewDiePie is the username of the … Continue reading PewDiePie, new media stars and the court of public opinion
Duane W. Hamacher, Monash University and Carla Bento Guedes, UNSW This article contains minor spoilers. … Continue reading How far they’ll go: Moana shows the power of Polynesian celestial navigation
Monash University Research Fellow Dr Matthew Laing, currently in the United States, has summarised his views … Continue reading Challenges facing Trump
2016 has marked the beginning of a collaboration between the MSO and Monash University with the introduction of the Pizzicato Effect Prize for Composition.
The Australian-German production, Vom Anderen Ende (From the Other End) is a Berlin-based concert series that features the State Youth Ensemble for New Music Berlin performing new works by both established and emerging composers.
After finishing his undergraduate degree in Visual Culture (at Monash) Liam Crowe wanted to keep following his passion for Art History, and this lead him to the Monash Master of Cultural Economy (now the Master of Cultural and Creative Industries).
Symposium: “Creative Workspaces – State of the Art” DATE: Wednesday 26th October TIME: 12:00 – 5:00 pm LOCATION: … Continue reading What are creative spaces for? Symposium to explore state of the art
Last month Monash hosted an interdisciplinary conference “the Monash International Conference and Cultural Event (ICCE) of Aceh 2016” (26-28 September) and a series of Aceh-related events at the Caulfield and Clayton campuses.
Monash Academic, Professor Justin O’Connor, recently returned from Monash’s Prato Campus where he led a meeting of … Continue reading Monash brings together cultural and creative industries master’s programs in Prato
Monash Academic, Professor Justin O’Connor will be giving a speech at the upcoming Adelaide Festival … Continue reading Sleepwalking to the future: why Australia needs a cultural policy