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Intervention program helps young people overcome family trauma

Monash University has developed a revolutionary intervention program, called mi.spot, now being trialled with at-risk young Victorians.

Learning & teaching

Monash scoops the pool for innovation and equity at Higher Education Awards

Monash University has been recognised for building innovation; work with international students and providing equity of access to higher education, taking home three awards at last night’s Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards<

University news

Major funding boost recognises Monash commitment to global mobility

Monash University’s ambitious Australian-first global mobility program has been recognised by the Australian Government with funding through the New Colombo Plan (NCP).

Learning & teaching

Monash tops Australian universities for Future Fellowship grants

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced Monash University as the recipient of 13 acclaimed Future Fellowships worth more than $11 million.

Research

Melbourne arts couple donates home to fund music and fine arts scholarships for disadvantaged students

Tess Hill and Bill Hawtin, a Melbourne arts power couple, donate Middle Park home to fund scholarships for disadvantaged students.

University news

Children with disability face deep-seated discrimination in Victorian schools, Monash University report shows

Children with disability face deep-seated discrimination in Victorian government schools, Monash University report shows.

Law

Monash uses big data to create buildings of the future

Monash to use big data to enable smart buildings to transform the way staff and students live and work

Engineering & technology

Girls at single-sex schools up to 85% more likely to take advanced STEM subjects than co-ed girls

New research has found that girls in single-sex schools are more likely to study chemistry, intermediate mathematics, advanced mathematics and physics in their senior years.

Learning & teaching

Monash University leads study of undergraduate degrees in vocational institutions in Australia

A landmark study led by The Faculty of Education at Monash University has secured funding from the Australian Research Council for a project called Vocational Institutions, Undergraduate Degrees.

Learning & teaching