Student news and notices

  • Protecting your identity - cyber security

    17 September 2014

    For some really important tips and advice for cyber security and protecting your identity, check out our security advice and IT security and virus information.

  • Visionary Nobel Laureate Dr John Gurdon – lecture 2 October

    15 September 2014

    Nuclear reprogramming by eggs and oocytes, and prospects for cell replacement therapy: Dr Gurdon will discuss his early days in science and recent developments in the fields of genetics and cell reprogramming as well as future prospects for cell replacement.

    • Thursday, 2 October
    • 11am-12.30 pm
    • South 1 Theatre, Building 64, Clayton campus

    Contact Georgina.Sack@monash.edu for more information.

  • Sign-up to Google+ and find a community

    14 September 2014

    Google+ adds social networking to your other Google services.

    Browse communities to talk about the stuff you’re into with people who love it too. Explore your interests from food to fitness, movies to fashion. Communities bring people together around passions. Exchange news and ideas and make new connections.

    This is an opt-in service, find out how to sign-up.

  • Calling Business and Engineering students - help improve the quality of higher education

    8 September 2014

    The University is currently participating in the University Experience Survey, the largest survey of current university students.

    To get the best data possible we need to hear from all of our cohorts. Looking at the responses we've received so far, we haven't heard from enough of our first and final year students in Engineering and Business (particularly our male students). It's not too late for you to have your say to help improve the studentexperience, and enhance teaching and learning in Australian universities.

    Check you Monash email inbox (or spam folder) for your login details.

    Complete the survey as soon as possible to go in the draw to win a major prize of a $500 voucher or one of five $100 vouchers.

  • Community Conversation with Emeritus Professor Alan Trounson 29 September

    4 September 2014

    Stem cells and regenerative medicine: Australia’s place in the global revolution in treatment of cancer, diabetes, blindness, spinal cord repair and potential cure for HIV/AIDS.

    • Monday, 29 September
    • 6-7.30 pm
    • The Auditorium, Building 3E,
    • Federation University, Northways Road, Churchill

    The event is being co-hosted by Monash University (School of Rural Health) and Federation University. Alan will give a one-hour talk then take questions. Light refreshments will also be served.

    RSVP your attendance by 19 September to Sarah.j.russell@monash.edu or 5122 7445.

  • Respond to the UES survey to help improve the quality of higher education

    26 August 2014

    Calling all first and final year coursework students.

    If you’re interested in improving the quality of higher education in Australia, all you have to do is:

    Complete the University Experience Survey (UES) by 30 September.

    You’ll go in the draw to win a major prize of a $500 voucher or one of five $100 vouchers.

    All eligible students will receive an invitation email with a username and password. Check your Monash email inbox.

  • Apply now for a scholarship in 2015

    1 August 2014

    We offer over 200 types of scholarships, valued at up to $70,000.

    See what scholarships are available to current students and if you're eligible.

    Scholarship application details.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

  • Participants sought

    4 December 2013

    Become a part of Monash research. Volunteer to participate in some real research and help your fellow students gain their PhD. See the list of available studies.

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