Monash Alumni eNews - March 2015
Alumni News Alumnae 'make it happen' Graduates' Fulbright success Alumnus honoured for leadership Malaysian graduates career survey Update from the Vice-Chancellor One of the first tasks –...
Update from the Vice-Chancellor
One of the first tasks – and great pleasures – for a new Vice-Chancellor is getting to know the University. Over the six months since I joined Monash, I have met not only current staff and students but partners in industry, government and community groups. Among these meetings have been rewarding discussions with Monash alumni.
Alumni Outreach Campaign launched
Our 2015 Alumni Outreach Campaign is underway, aiming to raise vital support for student scholarships.
Find out how you can get involved
Facelift underway for Clayton and Caulfield
The development of new facilities, accommodation, and shared spaces at Clayton and Caulfield has added to the usual hustle and bustle of the beginning of Semester one.
Monash ranked in Top 100
The latest Times Higher Education rankings place Monash among the top 0.5 per cent of the world’s higher education institutions.
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Inspirational alumnae inducted into Hall of Fame
Graduates Cathie Reid and Kate Morris have been inducted into the 2015 Australian Businesswomen’s Network Hall of Fame in recognition of their inspiring career journeys.
We unveil the Sir John Monash statue
A bronze sculpture of Sir John Monash will be unveiled at the University’s Clayton campus on 22 April. The piece will honour Sir John's contribution to Australia.
View sculpture and find out more
MOOCs - where education knows no borders
More than 11,000 students from across the world signed up for Monash’s first free Massive Open Online Course – MOOC – in June 2014. The 2015 program is open for enrolments.