Jane Kotey, a second year PhD student, and recipient of the ‘Science in Society’ scholarship has been awarded a highly competitive application to attend a HDR forum in China. Jane is researching stem cell treatments in China, related to a larger ARC Discovery project focusing on stem cell tourism, led by Alan Petersen (http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/stem-cell-tourism-research-project/). The forum, Sustainable Health Futures, will be held at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 20th-24th October, 2013. Jane, who is only one of two students chosen from Monash, will join Chinese graduate students and other Australian graduate students at this event, co-sponsored by the Group of Eight (Australia) and the Consortium of China 9 Research Universities (C9).
Alan Petersen has been awarded a writing fellowship at Brocher Foundation on Lake Geneva, in November 2014. This highly competitive fellowship will enable him to extend his research related to his ARC project on stem cell tourism, ‘The global market of stem cell treatments: a study of the regulatory role of international organizations’. During his fellowship he will write articles on the international regulatory implications of stem cell tourism, and interview members of agencies who have some regulatory remit in the field of medical tourism, such as World Health Organization, the World Trade Organization and the World Medical Organization.
ARC Linkage success
Mark Davis, from Sociology, joins a team from UNSW on an ARC Linkage project for … Continue reading ARC Linkage success
My own business, not my children’s: Negotiating funeral rites and the mobility juncture among Chinese immigrants in Melbourne
Sociologists @ Monash Seminar. Thursday 12 October 2017, 1:00 – 2:00 pm. Presenters: A/Prof Gil-Soo Han, Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett and Dr Wilfred Wang
New sexes in the city?: current gender challenges and possibilities
This event brought together national and international experts on contemporary gender fluidities. Each panelist contributed their own insights to changing experiences of gender, followed by a panel discussion and audience Q & A.
ARC Discovery Project on Antibiotic Resistance
A team led by Associate Professor Mark Davis (Sociology) with Professor Andrea Whittaker (Anthropology), Associate … Continue reading ARC Discovery Project on Antibiotic Resistance
Sustainable Futures and the importance of Gender
Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research, Sociology Public Lecture 2017 When 17 August 2017 … Continue reading Sustainable Futures and the importance of Gender
Sociology PhD publishes her first book
Dr Fiona MacDonald (Sociology PhD 2014) has just published a book drawing on her thesis … Continue reading Sociology PhD publishes her first book
Testing times: new research project looks at expectations in healthcare testing
Australians have high expectations of tests in healthcare. But are they higher than warranted? And are they impacting on healthcare expenditure?
PewDiePie, new media stars and the court of public opinion
PewDiePie is the username of the world’s most famous YouTube video blogger, 27-year-old Swede, Felix Kjellberg. PewDiePie’s vlogs, centred on his comedic video game commentaries, attract more than 53 million (mostly young) subscribers.
Let’s talk about sex: inclusion in the classroom and beyond with Dr Kirsten McLean
Dr Kirsten McLean received a Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2016 – one of the top awards from Monash University for teaching – for creating an inclusive environment for teaching Sexuality and Society.
- Kirsten McLean recognised in 2016 Vice Chancellor’s Teaching awards
Alan Petersen elected to the UK’s Academy of Social Sciences
Professor Alan Petersen who has recently been elected to the Academy of Social Sciences in … Continue reading Alan Petersen elected to the UK’s Academy of Social Sciences
Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett welcomed to the Victorian Government Research Institute on Social Cohesion (RIOSC)
Helen will help build this interdisciplinary Community of Practice (COP) and participate in research, policy and program development, and enhance the dialogue around social cohesion, multiculturalism, community resilience and preventing violent extremism.