Monash University staff members elected as 2021 fellows
A number of renowned Monash doctors and professors have recently been selected as 2021 fellows, of both Australian and international academic organisations.
Monash Professors Kate Fitz-Gibbon and Sandra Walklate selected as co-investigators of UK-based ESRC Centre
Associate Professor Kate Fitz-Gibbon and Professor Sandra Walklate are co-investigators of the recently funded UK-based ESRC Vulnerability and Policing Futures Research Centre.
Monash Bachelor of Arts student and Olympic Games competitor is granted an AIS education scholarship
Monash Bachelor of Arts student, and Olympic Games competitor, Tess Lloyd, has received an education scholarship from the Australian Institute of Sport.
Monash Bachelor of Global Studies focuses on change in practice with high-profile guest lecturers
Preparing students for future careers in propelling social change, the Bachelor of Global Studies equips individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to address global challenges.
Monash Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies graduates secure roles before formally completing degrees
Four Monash graduates of the Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies have secured positions at leading Australian translation agencies before formally finishing their degrees.
Associate Professor Kate Fitz-Gibbon wins the Australian Financial Review Emerging Leadership Award
The award is granted to a leadership figure in the higher education sector, whose work directly improves the quality of life of individuals and communities on a global or national scale.
Monash’s Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre hosts two Indonesian delegates as interns
Monash’s Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre, dedicated to promoting cross cultural collaboration and exchange between Monash and Indonesia, is hosting Indonesian students, Silvia Manurung and Ashanti Ajengpitaloka, as interns.
Monash Arts student wins second prize in 51st Australian Japanese Language Speech Contest
Bachelor of Arts student Tian He was selected as runner up at the 51st Australian Japanese Language Speech Contest, for his speech Decadence: A Nihilistic critique of culture.