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You’ll find them in every corner of the world, using their experience with us to deliver milestone breakthroughs. Meet our alumni and see where their careers have taken them.
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Apply now for the Engineers Without Borders Australia Humanitarian Design Summit for Winter 2019, and learn how you can make a positive change to a local community through human-centred design principles.
Applications close on March 24. Details here: https://bit.ly/2uja1xH
If you're heading to the Australian Grand Prix, make sure you drop by the Innovation & Technology Hub to visit our very own Monash Motorsport!
Here's some photos of their recent Confederation of Australian Motor Sport - CAMS event held on campus, where over 150 high school students came to learn about motorsport and studying Engineering at Monash.
Celebrating an amazing engineering alumna on International Women's Day - Melbourne Victory W-League's Alexandra Gummer!
Alexandra (BE(Chemical)(Hons) 2016, BSc 2016) balances two successful careers: one as a chemical engineer/biochemist and the other as an elite athlete.
Watch this video featuring her inspiring story. Read more here: https://www.monash.edu/engineering/alumni/meet-our-alumni/chemical/alexandra-gummer
Today is International Women's Day, and we're celebrating all the incredible women and girls in engineering!
We appreciate all the inspiring work you do to create and build a better world for everyone - even if you've only just started this week!
Read more from Dean of Engineering Professor Elizabeth Croft on taking action to make sure girls and women are invited and encouraged to become fearless engineers.
Monash Careers Expo 2019, the biggest careers event on campus, is happening this Thursday 7 March. Meet with employers to find out about graduate, part-time, casual, vacation and internship roles.
Book your place: careergateway.monash.edu.au/students/events/Detail/4792904
Happy Day 1, Week 1, Semester 1! We're thrilled to have all our students back on campus ready to kick off a great 2019. A special welcome to all our first years 😊
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