Monash is co-hosting the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) University Network Conference on June … Continue reading Call for Abstracts: ACFID-Monash Development Conference – Deadline Extended
Monash University journalism graduate Aaron Pereira has secured a full-time job at Cricket Australia, working … Continue reading Monash Journalism grad’s hard yards pay off with Cricket Australia gig
Monash researchers have received an award for their groundbreaking work with communities affected by the … Continue reading Black Saturday research wins national award
Third-year and Masters Journalism students are encouraged to apply to be part of a unique … Continue reading Applications open for the 2015 CEW Bean Prize
Dr Paul Watt, a senior lecturer in musicology in the Sir Zelman Cowen School of … Continue reading Dr Paul Watt awarded Faculty of Arts Fellowship
by Ben Rich As the dust settles on a series of terrorist attacks in France, people … Continue reading Explainer: what is al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula?
by Remy Davison Markets loathe uncertainty. They particularly despise uncertainty as the year draws to … Continue reading Despite a looming political crisis, Greece is no longer the threat to the Eurozone that it was in 2012
by Antje Missbach When Karim (not his real name) was a teenager, he travelled from … Continue reading Unaccompanied children seeking asylum face uncertainty and risk of exploitation
Monash’s Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music is celebrating its 50th in 2015 with an exciting … Continue reading Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music celebrating 50 years in 2015
by Johan Lidberg The disclosure of the full business case for the East West road … Continue reading FOI reform needed in Victoria amid East West Link fallout
Associate Professor Pete Lentini, director of the Global Terrorism Research Center at Monash University, joined … Continue reading Questions And Mourning After Sydney Cafe Siege
by Greg Barton The dark day that we have feared for so long has come. … Continue reading Mad, weak and alone, but still a threat
Four Monash social scientists have been recognised for their distinguished achievements and exceptional contributions by … Continue reading Monash social scientists recognised
By Veronica Sheen Prime Minister Tony Abbott confirmed over the weekend that he will use the … Continue reading Abbott should dump, not ‘refine’, his paid parental leave scheme
Emeritus Professor Mark Wahlqvist, from the Monash Asia Institute, was recently featured on ABC radio’s 612 … Continue reading Sugar and spice and all things nice
Monash Arts student, Ashley Coleman-Bock, was recently listed in the top 3 Arts Graduates according … Continue reading Monash Arts student success in GradConnection Top 100 Future Graduates Awards
A leading scholar has been recognised for her work in literary studies with election to … Continue reading Literary researcher acknowledged
by Nick Economou After Daniel Andrews and Labor’s decisive victory in the Victorian state election at … Continue reading Victorian election: Labor triumph or Coalition disaster – or neither?
A world leader in practical ethics will discuss human moral limitations and their impact on … Continue reading Public lecture: Can morality be manipulated?
Oxfam-Monash Innovators is a unique initiative of the Oxfam-Monash Partnership, designed to mobilise the ideas … Continue reading Register now to attend the Oxfam-Monash Innovators pitch night
By Paul Strangio Saturday’s election result confirms that among the Australian states Victoria moves to … Continue reading Political rhythms of modern Victoria favour Labor
by Shaun Carney Anyone in search of a prime example of the dictum that a … Continue reading Five days out, Victorians look set to elect unlikely premier no. 3
Change the way you see World War 1 as you explore stories of hope, suffering … Continue reading Sign up to free Future Learn online MOOC course – World War 1: A History in 100 Stories
Adding just one gram of turmeric to breakfast could help improve the memory of people … Continue reading Spice up your memory
If there’s one organisation that’s more dysfunctional than Essendon, it’s FIFA. The disagreement between FIFA’s … Continue reading Rotten to the core: why did we deal with FIFA?