Chemical Engineering

Mark Brownley

Mark Brownley

Graduating Class of 1987

"I have a natural curiosity about how the world works and have changed industries a number of times."

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Sandeep Sarathy

Sandeep Sarathy

Graduating Class of 2005

"The most important skill is not WHAT you learn, but learning HOW to learn."

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Ardi Sastrohartoyo

Ardi Sastrohartoyo

Graduating Class of 2005

"Ardi believes his career has already been rewarding, as he has had the opportunity to work as a Chemical Engineer across many industries such as chemical manufacturing, mining and explosives with global international opportunities."

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Cameron Hunt

Cameron Hunt

Graduating Class of 2012

"It’s a great feeling that they considered our app to have made an outstanding contribution to publications highlighting Australian wildlife."

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Ali Rahimi

Ali Rahimi

Graduating Class of 2013

"Everyone is so galvanized and committed to making a positive social impact through engineering, in Australia and overseas."

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Aditya Putranto

Aditya Putranto

Graduating Class of 2013

"Monash graduates are well-regarded worldwide, and academic recruiters keep an eye out for them."

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Karinna Saxby

Karinna Saxby

Graduating Class of 2015

"I became more interested in how resources in health were distributed, what therapeutics were funded, and what interventions worked better than others."

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Georgia Jaffray

Georgia Jaffray

Graduating Class of 2016

"There are a lot of opportunities at Monash – take as many as you can to make the most of your time at uni. In particular, try to get as much work experience as you can."

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Jacky Song

Jacky Song

Graduating Class of 2017

"Be as well rounded as possible. Your degree does not define who you are professionally."

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