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The Monash University community was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Betty Amsden AO, a valued friend and Distinguished Fellow of the University.
Monash University and our alumni community continue to be recognised for their outstanding achievements.
New York based Monash alumni, Dimitra Manis and Nick Stone, visited Caulfield campus last month to speak to students from the Monash Business School.
Monash University's US alumni network has brought together two leading figures in the technology sector.
Al Ramadan takes a few big surfing trips a year, what the converted call the expeditions. "Life gets really simple," he says. "All you need is water, food, heat and shelter; it's really cool to be that connected to nature."