Applications for the Semester One 2022 intake of the Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program
Applications for the Semester One 2022 intake of the Victorian Parliamentary Internship Program (ATS3836) opens on Monday 11 October and closes on Friday 5 November.
Student success in the 51st Japanese Speech Contest
Congratulations to our Monash students who have won prizes at the 51st Japanese Speech Contest Victoria 2021, and the students and to the staff who helped them prepare their speeches and supported them on the day. The overall
Monash Arts student sets up successful cookie business during lockdown
In the middle of 2020, the Silver family was confronted with COVID-19 induced hardship, as the family catering business became crippled by the pandemic. Despite this setback, a motivated Monash Law/Arts student saw beyond this adversity, reinventing
Dean's Research Award winners announced
Professor Rita Wilson, Interim Dean of Arts, has announced the Faculty of Arts Dean’s Research Award recipients for 2021.
Monash University and Tata Institute of Social Sciences sign strategic agreement
Educational ties between Australia and India have been bolstered with the signing of a strategic partnership between Monash University in Melbourne and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in Mumbai.
Inventorying ‘pre-modern’ manuscripts in Victorian public and private collections project
Professor Guy Geltner, is leading a new project titled Inventorying ‘pre-modern’ manuscripts in Victorian public and private collections project.
Art ‘Maus’ Spiegelman heads Melbourne conference on Holocaust memory
With Holocaust survivors dwindling around the world, next month’s conference, Aftermath, explores the ‘precariousness’ of Holocaust memory.
The Jan Randa Aftermath Series in Holocaust and Genocide Studies – August 2021
The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, in partnership with the Jewish Holocaust Centre, is hosting the Jan Randa Aftermath Series: The Precariousness of Holocaust Memory.