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Celebrating the contributions our alumni are making to communities across the world.
Micah Scott, founder of the Minus18 Foundation which provides a powerful national voice for LGBTI youth in Australia, talks to Monash Life.
Monash alumni’s first Nobel Laureate has spent his life working to safeguard the future of human health.
Monash Life is our annual opportunity to celebrate some of the wonderful contributions our alumni are making to communities across the world. View the 2018 edition
Monash Life 2017 edition
A Monash education opens doors
the world over for our graduates,
but it’s also the connections made during their time at Monash that encourage learning and bring benefit for a lifetime.
Two alumni have forged careers devoted to protecting the environment.
From his office high above
the New York business district, Paul Sheard closely scrutinises the global economy. And he’s never seen anything like what’s unfolding now.
After honing her language skills
on the streets of Nanjing, Helen Sawczak is now immersed in building Australia’s ties with China.
Alan Chan believes an ability to adapt, something he learnt at Monash, has helped him rise to the top of the IT industry.
Haiyan Zhang’s flair with technology is helping to transform individual lives.
The area surrounding our Clayton campus, the Monash Precinct,
is Melbourne’s largest hub for employment, economic growth and innovation outside the CBD.
Yhonnie Scarce embraces art as a balm against the trauma and pain of racism.
He’s suffered his share of setbacks, but Phil De Young’s passion for his football club, Monash Blues, knows few bounds.
Allowing women footballers into the huddle at the Monash Blues has given the club a giant fillip.
Kusnadi Salim has never forgotten the support he received at Monash. Now he wants to return the favour.
IT pioneer Fiona Balfour says even white-collar jobs are about to be affected by automation and robotics
Safaath Ahmed Zahir thought her future lay in banking, but now the young activist is being recognised for her advocacy of women’s rights.
An Asylum Seeker Scholarship from Monash has created unexpected opportunities for Pouya Heidari.
The five-year project, funded by a $14 million grant from the Wellcome Trust in the United Kingdom and $13 million from the Asian Development Bank, will test innovative waste management solutions.
It doesn’t matter what the politicians say or do, according to business leader Scott McGregor. An energy revolution is unfolding – and it’s unstoppable.
He’s gone on to become one of Malaysia’s most influential figures, but Tan Sri Dr Michael Yeoh still holds fond memories from his Monash days.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Ancora Imparo Leadership Program is the pre-eminent leadership program for Monash undergraduate students.
Paul Barton is on a mission to make Monash the greenest university in the land.
By trusting in her own impulses, artist Prudence Flint has seen her career take off.
Actor Kat Stewart has an ace up her sleeve when it comes to her portrayals, the psychological insights provided by her studies at Monash.
It took a while, but Elliot Perlman finally proved to himself that he had made it in his chosen field.
Cars have always been part of Mark Preston’s life. Now, that means being part of a technological revolution.
Kum Chuen Tang believes that information sharing is the key to making the world a better place.
Working to bring Monash University its largest-ever bequest from a former student has let two Monash Law alumni reconnect with their alma mater and celebrate the legacy of a remarkable woman.
Friendships, marriages and business partnerships have been forged at Monash.
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