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Independence is something every visually impaired person hopes for. Noted neurosurgeon Professor Jeffrey Rosenfeld AM OBE is helping turn this hope into reality.
If you wander into sensiLab you would be forgiven for thinking that your favourite science fiction novel had come to life.
Previously a mover and shaker in youth politics, Rhodes scholar Thom Woodroofe is basically a fully fledged diplomat at 26.
Monash will offer more scholarships than ever before thanks to the positive response to our Alumni Outreach Campaign.
Influenced by legendary cartoonists like Tintin creator, Hergé, Bruce Mutard has forged his own successful career in comics.
Eight talented students have spent eight days in the city that never sleeps as part of the University’s first Global Discovery Program.
During his degree Michael Nunan faced a career crisis when he realised he no longer dreamed of being a community pharmacist.
The University’s namesake Sir John Monash has been honoured with a significant sculpture at the Monash Clayton campus.
Dr Elaine Rodrigo might be an accountant today if it hadn’t been for an inspiring marketing lecture in her first week at Monash.
Post-work activities are a welcome distraction. For Nghia Ho a passion for side projects helped him find his true calling.