Get involved in Monash IT events and get networking with your fellow students and our dedicated staff.
NOTE: Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG), Graduate research (GR)
$3,000 for one undergrad per year to assist with covering the cost of their textbooks for the duration of their degree. (The recipient will receive one $1,000 gift voucher per year for three years.) Applications are open all year. The grant will be awarded on 1 February every year.
SEP OCT 11 - 20
Register and use a free share bike between 11 September - 20 October 2017 to go in the weekly prize draw. Find out more at monashbikeshare.com.
Interested in building your own successful business? Or want a chance to network with the founder of a $100m global business? Come to this inspiring talk and meet James Cotton, the founder of CMO Software which grew to become one of the leading Governance, Risk and Compliance Software companies globally.
Need some refresher? Come down to Menzies lawn to help out a great organisation and get some delicious bubble tea.
Up your game through conversation - an important skill for women in IT. Maree Burgess is a collaboration and change expert with an obsession for helping leaders, teams and organisations to communicate more effectively. She will provide us with some of her tips. Maree has a passion for working with women and building a pipeline of females ready to step up into more senior roles.
First year students - new to the programming world? This intermediate workshop aims to give an introduction to programming using Python, a popular programming language that is used in the industry. We'll show you how to get started with Python using Anaconda, a popular distribution of Python. You'll learn (or revise) some basic programming concepts and data structures, and how they're represented in Python! By the end of the workshop, we'll also have completed a small coding project.
Quantify is a datathon targeted towards university students, giving them 48 hours to analyse a given dataset and create something amazing. Judges will then decipher which entries stand out the most and they will be awarded prizes for their efforts.
The inaugural Melbourne Photo Festival begins soon, from 26 September for six weeks. Interested in joining in? Visit https://www.facebook.com/MPF2017, for more info.
Join us at a workshop to talk about tech testing and prototyping. Get feedback from your peers.
The blockchain is an emerging technology, but even now its potential is being seen as one of the groundbreaking proportions. In this talk, we will be discussing what the blockchain is, how it works, and how you can start developing with it.
Websites don't just magically work, they're are dozens of concepts, frameworks, and languages that make all those servers hum.
In this tech talk we will discuss how to use and implement certain technologies like Linux, Docker, Google Cloud Engine, and Digital Ocean to create websites, products, and services.
Vic ICT for Women are excited to officially invite you to the next 'What's Hot in IT' evening of networking and information sharing. The night will be all about Cybersecurity and will feature experts from White Hat Hackers, former concert pianist and experts working with former Israeli Military Advisors.
Be inspired about the future of learning, join them for a free evening of networking, discussion and pitches.
Melbourne Festival is one of Australia's leading international arts festivals and has an outstanding reputation for presenting unique international and Australian events in the fields of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, multimedia, free and outdoor events. Check their full events by clicking the title link above.
The Melbourne Marathon is fast approaching! 🏃♂️🏃♀️Join #teammonash to raise much-needed funds for the James Macready Foundation and the Cerebral Palsy Education Centre.