Information Session: Thursday 2nd June 6.30-8.00pm
Monash in Focus recently featured Australian/Vogel’s Literary Award winner Kate Brabon. Kate is a PhD … Continue reading Monash in Focus: Kate Brabon, Vogel’s Award winner
Monash University’s journalism students are part of Australia’s largest newsroom, reporting on the 2016 federal … Continue reading Monash journalism students report on federal election for UniPollWatch and The Guardian
In a success for Monash Arts research, the Gender, Peace and Security Initiative has recently secured a major ARC Linkage … Continue reading Monash Gender Peace and Security secures Linkage Grant
Earlier this week, Kate Brabon was announced as the winner of the 2016 Australian/Vogel’s Literary … Continue reading Vogel’s Literary Award for PhD candidate Kate Brabon
Head of School, AP Mia Lindgren, and TV presenter and academic, Waleed Aly, talk about what makes the new Lab so important for students of Media, Film and Journalism.
Ali Khan, a new member of the Monash Arts student family, came to Australia from … Continue reading Monash Arts welcomes the first Monash Asylum Seeker Bursary recipient
We recently chatted to Monash Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing judge (and Monash academic) Mridula … Continue reading Place and Character: Monash Prize judge Mridula Chakraborty on what she loves to see in new literature
[View the story “#MonashMediaLab Launch” on Storify] Find out more Read more about the launch … Continue reading Monash Media Lab Launch Social Media Round-Up
For the two Monash students it was a first to be mixing with a group of such high profile business leaders, politicians, entrepreneurs, academics, philanthropists, artists and musicians – but they soon felt welcome.
Literary Commons plays on the idea of ‘commons’, the space where communities and cultures share … Continue reading Literary Commons brings inter-cultural Indigenous writing to Melbourne
The trip of a lifetime awaits eight talented Monash students who will wing their way … Continue reading New York bound: Global Discovery Program applications now open
Ever wondered why some countries build a nuclear arsenal, while others choose not to? Is … Continue reading Challenging nuclear norms: A conversation with International Relations lecturer Dr Maria Rost Rublee
Equal access to healthcare is a basic human right, and in Australia, we expect it. … Continue reading Close The Gap day at Monash
Imagine trying to get an organisation off the ground to help kids access education, with armed conflict as a backdrop.
Monash alumni Eleanor Meyer (Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts) and Stephen Halpin (Bachelor of … Continue reading Oxfam-Monash Innovators’ Sustain Me recycling app goes nation-wide
Applications are now open for Monash School of Journalism’s new international study tours of Cambodia, India and Nepal, run in partnership with Engineers Without Borders.
This year’s Bachelor of Global Studies Welcome Lecture will feature a key note address by Oliver Percovich, founder of Skateistan.
The maritime boundaries dispute between Australia and Timor-Leste will be discussed by representatives from the Australian and Timor-Leste governments, and experts in international law at a public seminar in Melbourne next week co-hosted by Monash and Swinburne.
Masters students have benefitted from a life-changing experience when they participated in a new Monash overseas program, Journalism Futures: New York Field School.
To celebrate Australia’s rich history in tennis, Monash Journalism has collaborated withThe Australian newspaper and Tennis Australia to produce historical digital interactives of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
“The next few years in Myanmar promise to be a period of rapid development, democratisation and international engagement, and I am extremely fortunate and excited to be a part of this.”
Amaryllis Gacioppo, a PhD candidate in Creative Writing with Monash Arts, was recently awarded the Lord Mayer’s Creative Writing Award for the Short Story category.
On December 3, Monash proudly launched the new Gender Peace and Security Initiative, the first of its kind in Australia and the first such university initiative in the Asia-Pacific region.