Maria spoke to a group of about 25 Princeton academics, who were mainly nuclear physicists and nuclear engineers, on the topic of “The Psychology of Atomic Resistance.”
Monash researcher Professor Margaret Kartomi has been awarded another ARC discovery grant for the project: … Continue reading Sumatran music research at Monash focuses on Lampung province in post-authoritarian Indonesia
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.
Dr Marc Orlando, lecturer in translation and interpreting studies, and professional translator and conference interpreter, talks about his research in the education and training of future industry professionals.
Journalism researcher and teacher, Nasya Bahfen, is passionate about both sport and the media. In … Continue reading Media, sport and identity: A conversation with Journalism’s Nasya Bahfen
On Wednesday 25th November 2015 the Faculties of Arts and Engineering co-presented an ‘Affinity Workshop’ to … Continue reading Affinity Workshop brings together Arts and Engineering researchers
The ARC has recently released the results for the Discovery Projects (DP) and Discovery Early-Career … Continue reading Latest ARC success for the Faculty of Arts
The recent ‘Domestic Violence & Interpreting – A National Forum’ hosted by Monash’s Translation & … Continue reading Insight into need for interpreting services in legal, mental health and domestic violence areas
Australian ambassador, H. E. Gillian Bird, made in her statement to the United Nations Security Council yesterday during the annual debate on Women Peace and Security.
Monash Historian Adam Clulow, who teaches East Asian History at Monash, has recently been awarded the 2015 … Continue reading History’s Adam Clulow awarded 2015 Humanities Book Prize
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.
Monash’s Dr Marie Segrave (Criminology), recently edited a Special Issue of Anti-Trafficking Review, focused on … Continue reading Criminology’s Marie Segrave co-edits Anti-Trafficking Review special issue
The Faculty of Arts extends its congratulations to Julian Koplin who was recently awarded the … Continue reading Winners announced for Faculty of Arts Postgraduate Publication Prize
The School of Social Sciences (SoSS), led by Professor Sharon Pickering, now houses six Social Sciences … Continue reading Research Strength in the School of Social Sciences: Our Future Fellows
Climbing the mountains of Tibet whilst conducting her fieldwork, BOb’s Bodean Hedwards is not sticking to the … Continue reading Ain’t no mountain high enough to keep our researchers out!
Advance your organisation’s goals and contribute towards your future success by joining with us to … Continue reading Bright futures: collaborative research opportunities through the Monash Arts Faculty
BOb’s Dr Leanne Weber mobilizes an international network of multilingual researchers to compare trends in … Continue reading Researching deportation trends around the world
The recent announcement of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding outcomes was cause for celebration in the Research … Continue reading Australian Research Council Funding Success
A big congratulations to BOb’s Dr Marie Segrave on the announcement of her win of an Australian … Continue reading New research on labour exploitation in Australia 2014-16
Researching Indonesian music and theatre has become a family concern for three Monash researchers. Dr … Continue reading Indonesian performing arts attracts three generations of researchers
As Remembrance Day approaches, find out what Monash has to offer in Remembrance and ANZAC … Continue reading Lest we forget: Remembrance and Anzac teaching, learning and research at Monash
The New Zealand European Union Centres Network invites applications for their scholarship round for the … Continue reading FINAL REMINDER: EUCN Postgraduate Scholarships and Research Awards
By Simon Connor The Tundzha Regional Archaeological Project (TRAP) has been chosen as one of … Continue reading Australian recognition for archaeological research in Bulgaria
Student Placement Opportunity: Climate Change Research – Wedges Analysis December 2013 – January 2014 1. PLACEMENT … Continue reading Sustainability Internship: Climate Change Research – Wedges Analysis
The China-Australia Research Network (CARN), at the National Centre for Australian Studies, is holding a … Continue reading Details of the China-Australia Research Network Symposium announced