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29 November 2011
An upcoming symposium on migration and multiculturalism in Australia comes just days after significant changes to the Federal Government's policy on managing asylum seekers.
Extra time was not enough to separate the Peninsula Seadragons and the Caulfield Gryphons in the annual MONSU Soccer Cup played recently at the Peninsula campus.
28 November 2011
Since relocating from the Clayton to the Caulfield campus at the end of 2010, the Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) has received a number of accolades recognising the architecture and design of the new museum.
25 November 2011
Strong winds and threatening rain didn’t prove a handicap for the winners of this year’s Chancellors Cup Golf Day, held at the prestigious Spring Valley Golf Club.
This Friday, 25 November, is White Ribbon Day; a day when men stand up, speak out, and march in public protest against male violence towards women
With both the local primary schools in the informal settlement of Zandspruit, South Africa extremely overcrowded, the student-volunteer run Monash Saturday School provides a helping hand in the education of local children.
23 November 2011
Monash University has been notified this afternoon of the death of one of our students, Ms Kate Scanlon, who was involved in a train incident in India. We are working with overseas authorities to confirm exact details of the incident.
22 November 2011
For the third consecutive year a Monash academic has been awarded the Australian Mathematical Society Medal.
21 November 2011
Monash University is lending its support and facilities to a Paralympic event, providing an opportunity for people with a disability to be involved in competitive sport.
Claire Poyser is concerned about the inequality experienced by girls and women around the world. That’s why she was honoured to attended the second annual G(irls) 20 Summit in Paris.
The diverse cultural histories of China and Italy inspired the latest work to be added to Monash University's Prato Centre art collection following the residency of distinguished Chinese oil painter Professor Cai Kequn.
17 November 2011
Many students can find it difficult to break into the workforce on their own, especially in uncertain financial and employment climates. However, this changes when universities proactively work with potential employers.
16 November 2011
The creative works of more than 250 final year students from Monash University’s Faculty of Art & Design will feature in the 2011 Monash University Art & Design Graduand Show.
11 November 2011
After a rigorous trek up the slopes of Broken Hill, fourth year Bachelor of Commerce student Carissa Battle took a single shot that captured what seemed to be a perfect moment.
10 November 2011
As Australia stands on the threshold of implementing a carbon tax, a new book draws on research from different sides of the world to point the way forward for addressing the world’s environmental and energy concerns.
7 November 2011
Industrial design students are showing how a harmonious blend of functionality and aesthetics can help combat road fatalities and sleep disorders.
4 November 2011
The difficult relationship between the media and the Australian Defence Force (ADF) dates back to the Great War, with very few reporters granted accreditation to cover Australian conflicts.
2 November 2011
Leading Australian computing magazine, 'Atomic' is joining with Monash University’s Faculty of Information Technology to present AtomicCon – a whole-day extravaganza for gaming and technology enthusiasts.
1 November 2011
Movember, the month formally known as November, will see the return of moustache season across Monash University and universities nationwide to raise awareness and funds for men’s health.
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