Vote for your favourite on-campus retailer to win a $50 voucher!
9 June 2017
Yes, voting in the Dining at Monash Food Awards 2017 has opened. Now in its seventh year, the Awards give you a chance to recognise our outstanding range of dining options on campus.
- Cast your vote today.
- Voting closes on Sunday 25 June.
You can vote in a variety of categories, including best coffee, best value, and best service. And there’s a new category that includes non-food retailers, as well as food and beverage outlets.
Everyone who votes will go into a draw to win one of 10 vouchers, worth $50 each, to be used at one of the many wonderful outlets on campus.
Nominate for the Vice-Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Awards
9 June 2017
Nominations for the 2017 Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards are now open.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity and Inclusion Awards recognise members of the Monash community who’ve gone above and beyond to further inclusion, cohesion, connection and belonging for people from disadvantaged and marginalised groups.
- Submit a nomination.
- Nominations close at 5pm on Friday 14 July.
The Awards will take place during Diversity and Inclusion Week (28 August – 1 September). A total of $15,000 (with individual amounts up to $5,000 per award) will be distributed among the winners.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 600,000 Sri Lankans displaced by floods need your help
2 June 2017
A pair of socks or a packet of instant noodles. Anything you might give would be very much appreciated by someone left temporarily homeless by the devastating floods and mudslides in Sri Lanka.
- To find out about items most needed, and drop-off locations around Melbourne, please contact organisations such as the Mahamevnawa Flood Relief.
Torrential monsoon rains across southwestern parts of the country have caused this disaster – the worst flooding Sri Lanka has experienced in 14 years. Please help out.
How can we translate medical research into clinical practice?
2 June 2017
Come along to the 3rd Annual Translational Research Symposium to find out!
Hosted by Monash University Clinical Schools, the symposium will feature leading medical and scientific research professionals who’ll discuss the importance of translating lab findings and discoveries into clinical practice and everyday medical treatments.
- Monday 31 July
- 8.30am (for a 9am start) to 7pm
- AMREP Lecture Theatre, 75 Commercial Road, Melbourne (see map)
- free event
- Please RSVP for catering by Wednesday 26 July.
Also, if you’re a PhD student, check out the Young Investigator Poster competition – you could win up to $500!
If you have any questions, please call Dr Steven Petratos on 9902 0191 or email him on email@example.com.