Current Monash students will be calling alumni as part of the 2015 Annual Giving program.
Monash University has honoured the generosity of those who make bequests to the University with the launch of the Matheson Society.
The stories in the latest issue of Thanks demonstrate the many ways in which our alumni, donors and volunteers contribute to the University.
Monash University will celebrate the ongoing legacy of alumnus Nicholas Auden, who tragically passed away in 2013, with the launch of a scholarship in his name.
Contribute to the life changing impact of scholarships by supporting our Annual Giving program.
Find out more about the program.
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The Monash Vision Group's direct-to-brain bionic eye project has captured the imagination of two major donors.
The estate of Monash alumnus David Winston Turner will provide a $5.2 million gift to support mental health research at Monash University.
Mr Jim and Mrs Jenny Mitchell are supporting the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences through a gift in their will.
Two Melbourne-based philanthropists have supported the Lectureship in Holocaust and Genocide studies with the aim of building community understanding of past atrocities.
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