How a diplomat was born from Monash’s very first student cohort
In 1961, many teens may have baulked at the thought of joining a brand-new university. But not Ian Dudgeon, who went on to forge a stellar diplomatic career and help shape national security policy.
Benefits to pandemic-stricken global communities under new Monash Business School collaboration
Communities suffering complex social and financial problems caused by the pandemic will benefit from a new collaboration with the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance.
Shoutout to Monash Marketing interns behind new crowdsourcing app
Monash Business School Marketing interns have helped launch Cheer Me, a new crowdsourcing app where challenges are spurred on by motivational teams.
Accounting students make an impact beyond the numbers
Our management accounting students are making a real-world difference, recently developing useful and relevant strategic advice for not-for-profit animal sanctuary Edgars Mission.
Transforming business fleets to clean up carbon emissions
A Monash Business School researcher is breaking new ground in taxation law to support clean energy for cars.
Best mates apply Monash commerce skills to build successful disability support service
David Bookman and Ryan Kagan are best friends and business partners, using the skills and knowledge they have gained at Monash Business School to help improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Monash Business School joins project to cut medicine overuse, hospital stays
Researchers from our Centre for Health Economics are working to decrease the number of medication-related problems and hospital admissions in Australia, as part of a $2.5 million project.
"Marketing became more than theories and frameworks": Tony Palmer award winner
Monash Business School's Tony Palmer Award winner, Georgie Wildoer, has shared how marketing became for her "more than theories and frameworks and instead a set of tools to tackle real-life challenges."