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New endowment for gender research at ACJC

The Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation (ACJC) is delighted to announce a major new initiative to facilitate research into gender issues in the Australian Jewish community.

Faculty 7 August, 2020

Monash Centre for Theatre and Performance announces partnership with Melbourne Fringe Festival

Monash University’s Centre for Theatre and Performance (CTP) is delighted to announce its partnership with the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Faculty 22 July, 2020

Dr Gene Flenady recognised for outstanding Monash Arts PhD thesis

Recent Philosophy PhD graduate Dr Gene Flenady has been awarded the 2019 Mollie Holman Medal and the Faculty’s PhD Prize for an outstanding PhD thesis, supported by Emeritus Professor John Rickard.

Faculty 20 July, 2020

Professor Margaret Barrett appointed as new Head of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music

Professor Margaret Barrett has been appointed as Head of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, moving into a position previously held by Professor Cat Hope.

Faculty 1 July, 2020

How COVID-19 catapulted Arts alumnus Andrew Stevenson into setting up his own business

We recently caught up with alumnus Andrew Stevenson to chat about how his Arts degree helped him pivot into a fulfilling new career.

Faculty 30 June, 2020
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ACJC Director Professor Rebecca Margolis to advise state government on Holocaust education

The Director of the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, Professor Rebecca Margolis, has been invited to join the State Government's Holocaust Education Expert Working Group. The Group was formed as an outcome of a 2019 Department of

Faculty 26 June, 2020

Journalism alumna Grace Kalac shares how her Arts degree is helping her get a head start in her career

"Completing as many internships as I could allowed me to put my degree into practice and gain invaluable industry experience."

Faculty 26 June, 2020

Monash Arts grad Tess Guthrie leads change in not-for-profit sector

Equal parts philosopher, musician and the future of tech, Tess Guthrie is the definition of a multifaceted modern powerhouse. After graduating from Monash University with majors in philosophy and pure maths, Tess created her own data analytics

Faculty 25 June, 2020

Monash Arts bioethicists receive research funding in Facebook’s Ethics in AI Research Initiative for the Asia Pacific

Monash Arts’ Professor Robert Sparrow, Dr Mark Howard and doctoral candidate Joshua Hatherley have been announced as winners of research funding in Facebook’s Ethics in AI Research Initiative for the Asia Pacific, totalling $42,969. Faculty 19 June, 2020