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Monash Arts was thrilled to last week present the Liveable Diversity Summit in partnership with Settlement Services International alongside The Victorian Government, Australian
In a wonderful display of camaraderie, a Monash Arts academic – who is also an Army Reservist – recognised a fellow Monash Arts academic for his ongoing support.
The advent of digital media has had a profound impact on the way that individuals view and manage their health.
We are very pleased to announce that Monash Criminology’s Dr Asher Flynn has been named the 2018 Winner of the Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women.
Lest we forget. This Anzac Day, Professor Christina Twomey moves towards a more complex picture of war and its consequences by examining the uncomfortable relationship between the Anzac legend and the realities of PTSD.
'Crimes are getting more and more complex, and opportunities to commit crimes are increasing.'
Ready to take your true crime obsession to the next level? Get the inside scoop on where a degree in Criminology can take you at our Inside Monash seminar on 30 April.
Register now at monash.edu/inside-monash
'Learning a second language develops creativity, empathy, and critical thinking. Most importantly, it helps us understand other cultures, which is essential in a globalised world' - Dr Gabriel García Ochoa, Lecturer in School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics.
From Mexico City, to Harvard University, to #MonashArts. Gabriel knows better than most that Arts degrees lead to extraordinary global careers. Come along to the International Student Experience Day to hear more about where studying languages can take you. Visit monash.edu/international-day for info.
Those long weekend #feels. Let’s dance! 💃
Wishing all students and staff a wonderful #Easter break! 🐰
"Revenge is a porridge best eaten cold. It does cool off."
Does 'an eye for an eye' still have a place in modern society? #MonashArts experts weigh in on retaliation in the latest episode of #ADifferentLens.
Watch the full episode: mona.sh/Oq2G30osbF2
As fire burst through #NotreDameCathedral on Monday, France was in mourning.
#MonashArts' Natalie Doyle and Constant Mews explain that #NotreDame wasn't just a church, but a symbol of French identity.
Our Global Immersion Guarantee team, along with our GIG India alumni, are rallying behind Sumesh - a passionate AFL fan who has dedicated his life to helping disadvantaged children in his local community.
After a serious accident Sumesh is in hospital fighting for his life, having sustained severe brain injuries.
Many Monash students were fortunate enough to meet Sumesh during their trips to India as part of the GIG program. They have organised a fundraising event to be held tonight at the Clayton campus. Details below:
Level 4, Collaboration Lounge
New Horizons Building
20 Research Way, Clayton campus
5.30pm - 7pm
There will be a number of auction and raffle prizes up for grabs, you can view further details on the event page here: https://bit.ly/2Ul2lWi
You can also donate to Sumesh's GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/help-save-sumesh?fbclid=IwAR2C5my-f1-JNWZojIF5LsFF0-jUOudqEiBXuiceRcHNdyzV_tKM2dIbONk
Single dads in prison are overlooked and under-supported. What happens to the kids they leave behind? And what happens to the fathers themselves?
These are the questions being asked by #MonashCriminology's Dr Tess Bartlett in recent research.
Read more 👉https://bit.ly/2FKKiDW
War is complicated. In the latest article from #MonashLens, #MonashArts Professor of History @CLTwomey examines the… https://t.co/arvcH3kGI7
With youth voter enrolment at an all time high, young Australians are set to make a big impact in the 2019 federal… https://t.co/AwQjGsdAhg
A #MonashArts education leads to extraordinary global careers 🌍
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Those long weekend #feels. Let’s dance! 💃
Wishing all students and staff a wonderful #Easter break! 🐰 https://t.co/4fN4NjG1eT
World first research into an Australian sandy cay island: interview with Professor Ian McNiven - If the Tudulgal could thrive on a small sandy island and become a leading control centre in Australia's Torres Straits, how can these insights help build more resilient and sustainable communities around...
Part II: Professor JaneMaree Maher on Gender & Family Violence - This podcast continues on from Part I of our interview with Professor JaneMaree Maher on Monash's Gender and Family Violence research.
Why does international evidence show 80% of adolescent violence is committed by sons against their ...
Part I: Professor JaneMaree Maher on Gender & Family Violence - Why does international evidence show 80% of adolescent violence is committed by sons against their mothers? Why is more than one woman per week killed by their current or ex intimate partner in Australia? What do we need to do to make s...
The power in making "0.1 to 100": interview with Dr Xin Gu - Dr Xin Gu of our School of Media, Film & Journalism, is leading an ARC Discovery international research project: Urban Cultural Policy and the Changing Dynamics of Cultural Production. The research explores the dynamics of the “cultural ec...