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Arts students bring the story of WWI Australian soldiers to light in new exhibition

"We wanted them to have the experience of being in a complex work environment just like in the real world." - Dr Anne Holloway, Exhibition Curator

Faculty 18 December 2019

Professor Margaret Barrett appointed to the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music

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The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at Monash University is delighted to welcome Professor Margaret Barrett as Professor from July 2020. The announcement comes following the appointment of soprano, composer and educator Professor Deborah Cheetham AO as Professor of Practice, as well as staff members to the Classical department, Aura Go (piano), Dr Nicole Canham (clarinet), Dr Louise Devenish (percussion) and Dr Anna McMichael (violin).

Faculty 16 December 2019

What happens when postgraduate study meets global ambition?

Monash Arts grad Nikos Gkolfinopoulos is using the skills gained from his Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management to make a global impact at the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.

Faculty 4 December 2019

Student Shrishti Dokwal reveals how you can kill it in communications

In a world where consumers are more connected, tech-savvy and discerning than ever before, it’s imperative that communications professionals elevate their message beyond pretty words and images. Shrishti Dokwal, first-year Master of Strategic Communications Management student, reveals why she’s chosen to jump into the fast-paced world of communications, and how her studies are preparing her for a dynamic and diverse career in a fascinating industry.

Faculty 20 November 2019
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Associate Professor Simone Murray elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

Associate Professor Simone Murray has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. This exceptionally prestigious award is the highest honour for achievement in the humanities in Australia. The culmination of a year-long nomination process overseen by existing members of the Academy and governed by a two-stage virtual and in-person ballot, the award denotes that each incoming Fellow is held in the highest esteem by Australia’s academic elite.

Faculty 19 November 2019
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