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GPS

Dr Sharman Stone new patron of Monash University Gender, Peace and Security Centre

The international profile of Monash University’s Gender, Peace and Security (GPS) Centre is set for a further boost following the appointment of inaugural Patron, Australia’s advocate for Women and Girls, Dr Sharman Stone today.

Arts & culture
Waleed Aly

Broadcaster, Waleed Aly, receives PhD from Monash University

Monash University academic, writer, lawyer, and broadcaster, Waleed Aly, has received his PhD at a graduation ceremony at Monash.

Alumni news
Sharon Pickering

Monash University appoints new Dean, Faculty of Arts

An internationally recognised expert in criminology and winner of numerous awards including in human rights has been appointed as Monash University’s Dean, Faculty of Arts, following an extensive global search.

Arts & culture
Alan Peterson

The hard sell of stem cells: we need a better way to protect patients from harm

As ABC’s 7.30 revealed last night, Australia has a flourishing stem cell treatment market. During these procedures, cells are taken from a patient and re-administered to them.

Science

Explainer: who’s who on the new Senate crossbench?

The 2016 federal election has finally come to an end, with the Australian Electoral Commission declaring who will sit in the next Senate.

Politics

The new Senate looms as a serious problem for a damaged Malcolm Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Liberal colleagues have had a very poor election. The result in the Senate only confirms just how bad the 2016 contest was for the Coalition.

Politics

The new Senate looms as a serious problem for a damaged Malcolm Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his Liberal colleagues have had a very poor election. The result in the Senate only confirms just how bad the 2016 contest was for the Coalition.

Politics
Dr Zareh Ghazarian

Explainer: what’s at stake in the Australian election?

by Zareh Ghazarian Australia has burned through five prime ministers in five years – and it could soon have another: on July 2, Australians will vote for their next government....

Politics