Monash Arts secures National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grant
A Monash Arts initiated project, led by the School of Social Sciences’ (SoSS) Professor Robert Thomson, has won a prestigious research grant under the National Intelligence and Security Discovery Research Grants (NISDRG) scheme for 2022.
First ever national study to investigate migrant and refugee women’s experiences of sexual harassment at work
Perspectives of women from migrant and refugee backgrounds are being sought for a groundbreaking study capturing experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace.
2022 Ramsay Postgraduate Scholars Announced
Two Monash Arts graduates are among the 31 recipients of this year’s prestigious Ramsay Postgraduate Scholarship.
Monash’s Faculty of Arts welcomes new Dean, Professor Katie Stevenson
Monash University’s Faculty of Arts has welcomed a new Dean after an extensive international search.
Oral historian Dr Anisa Puri awarded the 2022 Faculty of Arts Prize for Outstanding PhD Thesis
Oral historian Dr Anisa Puri has been awarded the 2022 Faculty of Arts Prize for Outstanding PhD Thesis (John Rickard Prize).
Bachelor of Music graduate performs with industry legend
Monash graduate Jess Mahler had the honour of accompanying one of Australia’s most respected and accomplished vocalists, Renée Geyer.
Dark marketing tactics of harmful industries exposed by young citizen scientists
Young people across Victoria continue to feel bombarded by digital marketing of harmful products on social media, which they describe as 'creepy' and 'manipulative'.
Elevating PhD students’ impact: Monash Arts Advantage PhD launches its research internships program
Monash Arts was extremely proud to launch its new Arts Advantage PhD program and research internships at a networking event on 16 June, held at Monash College’s new city campus.
Opening of the Digital Music Hub and Margaret Kartomi Gallery of Musical Instruments and Artefacts
On 7 June, Monash University officially launched its new state of the art Digital Music Hub and the Margaret Kartomi Gallery of Musical Instruments and Artefacts, both located within the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music and Performance.