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Multiple scholarships now open for Arts graduate research students

Higher degree research students currently have the opportunity to apply for scholarships across a number of areas in the Faculty of Arts: 2020 Francine V McNiff PhD Scholarship in Criminology and PhD Scholarship Opportunities on Rights and Dignity.  Applications close  31 August and 31 October respectively.

Faculty 22 August 2019

Professor Cat Hope receives major accolade at the 2019 Art Music Awards

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Professor Cat Hope, Head of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, has received the Victorian Award for Excellence by an Individual at the 2019 Art Music Awards.

Faculty 21 August 2019

Dean's Research Award winners announced

Professor Sharon Pickering, Dean of Arts, has announced the Faculty of Arts Dean’s Research Award recipients for 2019. Featuring an outstanding lineup of researchers, the Awards highlight the breadth of Monash Arts research and the extraordinary talent housed within the faculty.

Faculty 8 August 2019

Monash University announces two new appointments to the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation

Monash University is pleased to announce two new appointments to the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation. Professor Rebecca Margolis commences as Director and Pratt Foundation Chair of Jewish Civilisation in February, 2020, replacing Professor Andrew Markus upon his retirement, while Associate Professor David Slucki has been named the Loti Smorgon Associate Professor of Contemporary Jewish Life and Culture.

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Monash Arts academics win two places in ABC Radio National’s Top 5 Humanities and Social Sciences Media Residencies

In an extraordinary coup for Monash Arts, Dr Ruth Morgan and Dr Barbara Barbosa Neves have been named as recipients of ABC Radio National’s 2019 Top 5 Humanities and Social Sciences Media Residencies.

Faculty 15 July 2019
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