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Members and friends of the Monash community are invited to attend the launch of a book by former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer about the University’s namesake, Sir John Monash.
Monash has started offering personalised, low-cost nutrition consultations to staff, students and the general public.
The Australian Red Cross Blood Service would like to thank students, staff and members of the Monash community for their generosity when the mobile blood donor centre visited Clayton recently.
The Monash Business School has maintained its ‘triple crown’ accreditation for business education providers with the announcement that it has received EQUIS reaccreditation for the next five years.
Six young Monash University researchers have been recognised in the Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
Monash Library’s two largest and busiest branches are undergoing a transformation over the next two years.
Fourteen students from around the world recently arrived at Monash Malaysia to participate in the second International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO) Advanced School of Neuroscience.
The latest public art project has arrived at Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Sanne Mestrom's Weeping Women.
Following last year’s success, Monash architecture students who are currently in Prato for the annual semester program, have once again produced a series of temporary installations across the city.
The 2015 Warwick Prize for Writing has opened for nominations and for the first time is inviting submissions directly from publishers from around the world.
If you are an International student visa holder, you are required to complete your degree within the specified timeframe on your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) – this is usually equal to the full-time course duration unless an exception has been granted.
From modest beginnings at Monash University’s Clayton campus to a position of international eminence, the rise of the Faculty of Education is captured in a book celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Monash has received an award for its growing links with researchers and students in Latin America.
Monash researchers have scooped an award at an international symposium on wearable computers.
By January 2015, every building at the Clayton campus will have a new street address.
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With over 600 Monash University students, playing in over 30 sports, across six days, the 2014 Australian University Games ended with Monash taking home the bronze medal.
Four Monash medical students will be putting down their notebooks and lacing up their trainers this weekend to run in the iconic Melbourne Marathon Festival in order to raise awareness about the close link between a healthy environment and wellbeing.
The second round of funding in 2014 for collaborations between Monash University and Warwick University is open.
The Doug Ellis Pool at Clayton and the change rooms at Monash Sport Caulfield are getting a face-lift.
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences has developed AXM (Augmented eXperience Modules) to help students rapidly update their knowledge on a range of medical and surgical conditions.
In semester one next year we’ll be launching an exciting initiative giving all students and staff access to a new fleet of share bikes on Clayton campus.
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Ask a medical student about an injured calf and they would normally tell you to roll up your trouser leg.
In recognition of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Great War, in which Sir John Monash featured so notably, Monash Library is showcasing a range of special items from its collections.
Monash University has continued its rise in international university rankings, according to results released today by Times Higher Education.
The research posters of two Monash students were proudly displayed at Parliament House during last month’s Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research (ACUR) held at the Australian National University in Canberra.
Monash is one of a small handful of world universities eligible to participate in the ‘Mobiles for Reading' category of the Big Ideas competition at University of California, Berkeley - known as ‘Big Ideas@Berkeley'.