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Australians don’t like Labor leader Bill Shorten, but he’s odds-on to be the next prime minister. Could he be a good one? Take a look at some of the best past PMs with Monash Arts' Emeritus Professor of Political Science James Walter.
For 12 weeks, 11 #MITI students from a range of disciplines worked closely with the Level Crossing Removal Project’s North Western Program Alliance (a partnership among Level Crossing Removal Project, John Holland, KBR, Inc. and Metro Trains Melbourne). Welcomed by the Alliance, they gained real-world experience on the largest rail infrastructure project in Victorian history.
Ahead of the federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison's selling point seems to be that he's not Malcolm Turnbull, and he's not Peter Dutton. Is that enough to win? Monash Arts' Emeritus Professor of Political Science James Walter doesn't think so.
Does "an eye for an eye" still have a place in modern society? Explore the nature of #retaliation in the latest episode of #ADifferentLens: http://mona.sh/Oq2G30osbF2
You. #MonashAlumni. New York City. What can the Global Discovery Program do for you? We're live with #MonashDiscovery alum Andrew Stevenson in 15 minutes right here on Facebook. Find out then!
Join us to #CHANGEIT for asylum seekers during Run Melbourne, July 28, and the Melbourne Marathon Festival, October 13. Our goal is to raise $100,000 for Asylum Seeker Scholarships, a game-changer for refugees.
Early-bird pricing for Run Melbourne ends today!
Yesterday's fire in #NotreDame set alight more than just the iconic cathedral; it's a symbol of French society's current turmoil, write Monash Arts academics.