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Here's our Nova Rover Team featuring in a fun, Martian-themed news story by 9 News Melbourne!
Tune into 9 News Melbourne tonight at 6pm to get all the latest on the Nova Rover Team’s preparation for the University Rover Challenge starting in 10 days time.Thank you to Rebecca and Iain for being our star student interviewees - you were great!
Interested in attending a conference all about AI, Data Science, Software Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, Hardware, IoT/Wearables, Quantum Computing, Cloud Computing, Cybernetics, Cybersecurity, Blockchain and even Astrophysics? Keen on a trip to sunny Brisbane in July? Want $500 to help you get there?
If you're a female or female-identified Software Engineering or Electrical & Computer Systems Engineering student, we'd love to encourage you to attend Hopper Down Under, a celebration of women technologists in the Asia-Pacific, from July 30-31 in Brisbane.
Apply for a scholarship of up to $500 to help cover your travel and accommodation costs here: http://ow.ly/3I8X50uiNLT
Evidence from the USA is showing that LGBTQI engineering students are less likely to be open about their sexuality in their professional lives, and 10 percent less likely to complete their degrees than heterosexual students.
On today's International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia, and every other day, we want all of our students to feel safe and accepted, and empowered to bring their full selves to Monash.
For more connections and support, check out GLEAM - For Queer+ STEM Students 🌈
New student initiative Monash Young Medtech Innovators are passionate about biomedical technology and healthcare innovation, and they're already making an impact.
They've brought together 400 students from across Engineering, Arts, Science and Medicine, and have already sold out their first event MedHack : Enabled - Victoria's Premier Student-run MedTech Hack running in partnership this weekend with The Generator.
We spoke to MYMI and found out more!
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