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From our students to our researchers, here are some ways we're championing equity, diversity and inclusion – and making a meaningful difference in people's lives.
A student-run club, DiverseIT creates a welcoming space for under-represented groups in IT.
Aligned with our mission ‘IT for Social Good’, we're exploring how technology can be used to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
This network, chaired by Professor Maria Garcia de la Banda, gives women academics more opportunities to form new connections and secure mentorships within Monash.
Monash offers many support programs for students and staff with disabilities, ongoing medical conditions and mental health challenges.
The Peer Mentor Program helps new students transition into university life while giving current learners the chance to gain mentorship experience.
An enriching program, our WIT Alumni Mentoring program pairs women and non-binary IT students with industry mentors so they can expand their networks – and open greater career opportunities.
A collaboration with the Hacker Exchange, this program provides first-year women IT students with tools to help them excel in their courses and launch their careers.
NEED is an interdisciplinary collaboration that will use digital health to address health and wellness inequalities across Australia and surrounding countries.
This group investigates the impact and influences of information and communication technologies to ensure that IT plays a positive role in society.
Partnering with The Hacker Exchange, the WISE Program sparks an entrepreneurial mindset in Victorian Year 10 women students by empowering them to prototype a socially responsible product idea.