For people with severe mental health problems, it’s hard enough just to get through some day, … Continue reading Monash mental health research contributes to major Victorian parliamentary report
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
At a time when Australian pop, rock, country and hip hop acts are finding new … Continue reading Music Industry Survey: Investigating the Value of Music Exports
The Arts Internship Program is pleased to introduce the Summer Research Internship Program 2016/2017. The … Continue reading Summer Research Internship Program 2016/2017
Monash Indigenous Centre Associate Professor Bruno David, Professor Ian McNiven and Professor Lynette Russell are contributing … Continue reading MIC researchers contribute to new Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
The Zika virus has been a concern for 2016 Olympics in Rio, Professor Michael Selgelid considers the complex ethical issues such viruses present.
Monash Criminology doctoral student, tutor and research assistant, Madeleine Ulbrick, has recently been awarded a … Continue reading PhD Scholarship Success for Criminology’s Madeleine Ulbrick
Earlier this month, Monash Asia Institute (MAI) undertook an innovative research initiative, organising a Research … Continue reading Top minds meet through Monash Asia Institute Research Day
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
Dr Narelle Warren from Monash Arts School of Social Sciences is part of a team of health researchers and scientists who are looking at the causes of Parkinson’s disease
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
If African communities can bypass the adoption of landline telephone technology by jumping straight to mobile … Continue reading Australia-Indonesia Centre commits $2.1 million to collaborative research supporting Resilient Communities
Last year, a group of academics and staff working on the Monash Country Lines Archive … Continue reading From Story to 3D Animation: Preserving Indigenous knowledge through the Monash Country Lines Project
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