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New study by Monash Arts academics investigates the use of digital media in health activism

New study by Monash Arts academics investigates the use of digital media in health activism

The advent of digital media has had a profound impact on the way that individuals view and manage their health.

24 September, 2018
Towards water sensitive cities

Towards water sensitive cities

In the early 2000s, Australia experienced a crippling drought known as the ‘Millennium Drought', considered by some to be the worst since European arrival. Monash University's Dr Briony Rogers, a senior lecturer in the School of

19 June, 2018
Community sentiments and perceptions of Victoria Police

Community sentiments and perceptions of Victoria Police

Allegra Schermuly, a former perioperative nurse from the UK, decided that a change was imminent after 20 years of nursing and enrolled in a Diploma of Liberal Arts at Chisholm TAFE in Frankston, later enrolling in a Bachelor of Arts at Monash,

14 March, 2018

Left behind, left unsaid: youth and LGBTIQ+ social media use research by Dr Robards

What is the latest research on social media and the internet? Major conferences exploring this dynamic area, in Finland and Estonia from 12-21 October, will feature presentations and panel discussions with Dr Brady Robards from our School of

5 October, 2017
MonashGFV team shortlisted for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work

MonashGFV team shortlisted for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work

The Monash Gender and Family Violence (MonashGFV) team have been shortlised for the 2017 CHASS Australia Prize for Distinctive Work.

27 September, 2017
Dr Kirsten McLean

Kirsten McLean awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion

Dr Kirsten McLean has been awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Diversity and Inclusion during Monash’s annual Diversity and Inclusion Week.

15 September, 2017

Testing times: new research project looks at expectations in healthcare testing

Australians have high expectations of tests in healthcare. But are they higher than warranted? And are they impacting on healthcare expenditure?

20 March, 2017
Monash University news

PewDiePie, new media stars and the court of public opinion

PewDiePie is the username of the world’s most famous YouTube video blogger, 27-year-old Swede, Felix Kjellberg. PewDiePie’s vlogs, centred on his comedic video game commentaries, attract more than 53 million (mostly young) subscribers

21 February, 2017
Monash University news

The smashed avo debate misses inequality within generations

There’s no doubt there are differences between the experiences and opportunities of young people compared to their parents. But when you enter the smashed avocado debate of baby boomers versus millennials, you overlook the inequality

21 December, 2016