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Support while you learn online in 2020

We are here for you. We're listening and we want to help. Things are changing, and we understand that you might have questions as you are adjusting to studying online.

Faculty 2 April, 2020

Monash Arts announces Sharyn Davies as Director of the Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre

Monash Arts is delighted to welcome Sharyn Davies as Associate Professor of Indonesian Studies and Director of the Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre.

Faculty 31 March, 2020

MITS student learns about Antarctic life and conservation during internship in Tasmania

Ever wondered how to use multilingual skills outside of having travelling adventures? Interpreting and Translation Master’s student Gwladys Cannesson recently put her studies into practice at the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic

Faculty 23 March, 2020

Transformational contribution enables enhanced music experience for Monash students

The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at Monash University is the recipient of a transformational contribution from Mr David Li AM, enabling the creation of a world-class music facility. The new facility will empower Monash’s students

Faculty 20 March, 2020

Translation students gain experience at partner international organisation ACAP

“I have learnt to use my translation skills and all the things I learnt in class in a professional context, and also how to deal with the client’s expectations.” - Juliette Ruytoor, Student

Faculty 19 March, 2020

Monash alumni stamp their presence on Australia's journalism landscape

Monash alumni have won five categories and earned three high commendations for journalism excellence in the 2019 Quill Awards.

Faculty 11 March, 2020

We need environmental action - discover how graduate Thomas Kennett is making a difference

Master of Environment and Sustainability graduate Thomas Kennett reveals how his degree set him on his path to making the world a greater place.

Faculty 10 March, 2020

Monash International Women’s Day Composition Commission Prize

The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music is pleased to announce an annual AUD $10,000 prize providing an opportunity for a female composer anywhere in the world to create a work for a Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music ensemble of their choosing.

Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music 4 March, 2020

Dutch for Historians course to help Global Encounters research project

In February 2020 Professor Lynette Russell and Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Leonie Stevens took part in an Intensive Dutch for Historians course run by Prof Robert Cribb at the ANU.

Monash Indigenous Studies Centre (MISC) 3 March, 2020