The Faculty of Science has a number of upcoming events for students, teachers and the community. Our events include tours, seminars, information sessions and opportunities to get involved. Take a look below to see what's happening in Monash Science.
The Australian bush fires, the pandemic and other catastrophes have made it clear we are living in a new climate disrupting world.
The Faculty of Science at Monash University is proud to launch its new ‘Climate Change Seminar Series’ showcasing our world-leading research in this area.
The first guest speaker in the series is Professor Steven Chown the Director of Securing Antarctica’s Environmental Future (SAEF), an Australian Research Council Special Research Initiative. His research mainly concerns biodiversity variation through space and time, and the conservation implications of environmental change, including the means to mitigate it.
Students and alumni share their experiences on everything from internships to landing a job. What job could you have with a science degree and what are the steps you need to take to get there? Learn about where our graduates have found jobs and how they did it. Hear from our current students about the career steps they are taking as part of their science degree: internships, projects and skills units, international experiences, leadership and more.
When: 11 August 2021, 6:30 - 8:00pm Venue: On campus
Discover what it’s really like to study Science at Monash. Hear first-hand from our staff and current students about their experiences. Our courses offer choice, flexibility and depth across a huge range of science disciplines which means you will graduate with a degree unique to you, tailored to your individual expertise, interests and career aspirations.
When: 6 October 2021, 6:00pm - 7:00pm Venue: Online event
Take a tour of the Science Precinct – September school holidays
If you would like to take a closer look and see where you could be studying next year, this is a great chance to visit our brilliant science facilities and student spaces. Get a feel for campus life and have a chat with some of our science students and staff. Also, if you need some course advice we can help with that as well.