Dr Kaye Morgan (BSc, BE(Elec&Comp)(Hons) 2007, PhD 2011) has been awarded the inaugural Robert Street Doctoral Prize in Physics for her work to achieve live imaging of airways affected by cystic fibrosis.
Monash medicine alumni from the Class of 1972 have turned their 40-year reunion celebration into an opportunity to give back to the University.
Australian songwriter Eric McCusker will bring his talents as a performer, composer and teacher to Monash University having accepted a position in the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music.
The Monash University Medical Foundation recently hosted a panel discussion as the annual event for the Finkel Chair in Global Health. The topic was 'Is there a financial fix for global health?'
Legendary footballer Peter Hudson AM has brought together Ted Whitten Jnr and Monash University to help find a cure for prostate cancer, which is diagnosed in around 20,000 Australians each year.
The late Dr June Louise Howqua made an enormous difference to the lives of many people during her life and is still having an impact today through the June Howqua Scholarship, established in perpetuity through a gift in her will.
Dr Paul Gardner AM (PhD 1974) has expressed his gratitude to Monash University for a rewarding 36-year career by making a bequest to the Faculty of Education.
Thousands of years of Australian history will soon disappear as Indigenous languages across the country face extinction. But philanthropy is playing a role in helping to preserve snapshots of these languages.
Charles Lee (BE(Civ) 1982) is one of more than 400 alumni who volunteer on behalf of the University across the world. His experience at Monash has inspired an ongoing commitment to Monash University Alumni Singapore.
Great scientific discoveries require a combination of curiosity, persistence, collaboration and luck. They also require the support of people who believe in the research and are willing to back it financially.
All gifts, great and small contribute to the success of our students. Brenda Wardlaw (BEc (Hons) 1975) gives a face to the many quiet Achieving Potential Fund donors.
Transitioning students into fully-fledged pharmacy professionals and working to shape the profession's attitudes are hallmarks of 40 years of dedication to the pharmacy profession by Mr Irvine Newton OAM (BPharm 1969).
Directors Rob McGauran and Eli Giannini of McGauran Giannini Soon (MGS) hope to inspire talented women to thrive in their field by creating the 'MGS Women in Architecture Scholarship' in the Faculty of Art and Design.
Dr Gordon Young (EdD 1998) has been involved in education for most of his life and has seen first-hand how funding support can enhance a student's life. He has made the first-ever bequest to the Faculty of Education.
When Professor Christina Mitchell started as Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences she became a member of the Medical Foundation board, which matches people's philanthropic goals with the faculty's research and education projects.