Arts/Law (2012) graduate Sarah Holloway co-founded Matcha Maiden, a global e-commerce organic matcha powder supplier, … Continue reading The global opportunities with Arts at Monash
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.
You might remember Godzilla demolishing San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, or Matthew Broderick defeating the … Continue reading Godzilla’s lost nuclear past: Dr Jason Jones
Dr Jason Jones, Japanese Studies lecturer at Monash University. Want to know how the Japanese language, … Continue reading Research Interview: Japanese Studies’ Jason Jones
Applied Linguistics is the study of how language is used and learned, and Monash graduate, … Continue reading Rikki Campbell, Master of Applied Linguistics graduate
A number of Japanese Studies students have been recognised in this year’s JENESYS awards – … Continue reading Monash students Japan bound next year
This week, four Monash University students have been named as prestigious New Colombo Plan Fellows, … Continue reading Arts students take off with New Colombo Plan scholarships
Want to know how the Japanese language, wine, Godzilla and video games all tie in to being a researcher at Monash? Lecturer in Japanese studies, Jason Jones, tells us about his passion for ‘all things Japanese’, and about his research around the themes of cultural exchange and adaptation.
The Japanese Studies Centre holds monthly seminar series and this year’s seminars are beginning next month. Here are some … Continue reading Japanese Studies Centre Seminar Series
The Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowships, sponsored by the Readings Foundation, offer merging writers across … Continue reading Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship
Monash language students have found success through the New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholarship program. … Continue reading New Colombo plan scholarships awarded to Monash language students
The Japanese Studies Centre invites you to the launch of the Sonic Japan Digital Repository … Continue reading Sonic Japan Digital Respository Launch
LLCL’s Japanese Studies and Translation and Interpreting Studies will host a visit by Professor Takeda Kayoko, … Continue reading Prof. Kayoko TAKEDA: Faculty Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Japanese Studies Centre Postgraduate Seminar 21 May, 2014 Wednesday 12- 2 pm Japanese Studies Centre … Continue reading Japanese Studies Centre Postgraduate Seminar
The Japanese Studies Centre was pleased to present this seminar in collaboration with MAI’s TransAsia … Continue reading Photographs from 9 April Seminar: Securing Global Talent, A/Prof Nana Oishi
Monash University and Kobe City University of Foreign Studies are pleased to announce a new … Continue reading New Double Master Degree with Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Japan
By Robyn Spence-Brown On Saturday 15th March the Japanese Studies Centre at Monash University held a one-day … Continue reading Japan, Australia and the global context: Connections across languages and societies A Symposium in honour of Helen Marriott
Welcome to the new semester! The JSC seminar series kicks off in March with a … Continue reading Seminar Series, Semester 1 2014
All eight students leaving for Japan to start student exchange programs this April will receive … Continue reading Monash Japanese Studies students receive New Colombo Plan grants
Japanese Studies accepts Honours theses in areas of Japanese literature, film, politics, linguistics and applied … Continue reading Research in Japanese Studies
by Carolyn Stevens In the pre-internet, pre-“Cool Japan” era, Yoko Ono was arguably the most … Continue reading Yoko Ono: the most famous Japanese person outside Japan
The Japanese Studies Centre is pleased to host a special presentation by Peter Eckersall, a … Continue reading SPECIAL SEMINAR 6 November 2013
I believe the best classroom activities are not necessarily or primarily tied to the instructor’s competence in wrangling the sometimes heavy-weight technology systems traditionally pushed in institutional settings.
The Japanese speech contest was held at Swinburne yesterday with 12 Monash students participating. Congratulations to the … Continue reading Student success in the Japanese speech contest
(This is the second post in a series on emphasizing the “personal” in “Personal Learning … Continue reading A Homely Environment: Personal Learning