Monash Young MedTech Innovators (MYMI) would like to invite you to the first annual ‘MedTech: Into the Future Symposium’ on the 2nd October 2019 at G54, Learning and Teaching Building (LTB), Monash Clayton campus.
The Faculty of Science is pleased to present its first Masters Information Session to help you explore the graduate coursework options open to you after completing your science undergraduate degree.
You are invited to attend our inaugural Masters Information Session: Courses and Careers Paths session on Tuesday, October 8 between 5.00pm and 7.00pm at S1, S3, and S4, 16 Rainforest Walk.
The session will also provide you with the opportunity to meet Course Directors, current students, Alumni and speak with staff to gain an understanding of how the course could work for you based on your career aspirations and goals.
Course advisers will be on hand for breakout information sessions to provide you with detailed information about the:
Master of Environment and Sustainability
Master of Financial Mathematics
Master of Food Science and Agribusiness
Master of Mathematics
Master of Science (Astrophysics, Atmospheric Science, Earth Science and Physics)
In addition to invaluable information about our graduate courses, the Expo will provide you with advice on topics such as FEE-HELP, Credit Transfer, Study Mode, and more.
If you are interested in attending this information-packed event, please register at this link:
Looking at Graduate Study but not sure about your options?
Snack on a free donut and chat with different faculties on campus to find out where Monash
can take you next.
Faculty of Science Education Awards 2019 – Student Impact Awards
Nominations are now open for the Faculty of Science Student Impact Awards. Nominations should be sent via this link by the closing date (2-page maximum).
If you have any further enquires, please email email@example.com. Nominations will be assessed by the selection committee appointed by the Dean in consultation with the Associate Dean (Education).
Nomination deadline: COB Friday, 7th June 2019
These online information sessions are for students with a career interest in Radiation Therapy. Staff will provide important course information and you’ll hear from practising clinicians as well. Make the most out of this great opportunity to find out all you need to know.
Written by Nathan Martens
Most of us at one point or another have had that awful encounter with a ‘friend’ who just returned from a euro trip, having ‘discovered themselves’ and feels the need to reference their travels every two seconds with a pesky anecdote or the classic , “You think this is cold?! You should have seen winter in Rome!”.
A few months ago, I would have dismissed these people the same as the rest of us, silently willing them to shut their traps for fear of internally exploding and letting a snide remark fly.
HOWEVER, I’ve recently had a change of heart thanks to the Monash-Leipzig exchange program. I’ve become ‘that guy’ and I’m not remotely mad about it.
Are you committed to contributing to a better future?
These generous and prestigious scholarships provide you with the opportunity to further your studies overseas with some of the world’s leading global institutions.
First Year Science Students!
You are invited to apply for the Vice Ancora Imparo Leadership Program 2019!
Build on your self-understanding, strengthen your confidence in your existing abilities, and foster an ethic of service to the community.
The program includes:
– A fully-funded, three-day, off-campus residential
– Eight evening seminars where students participate in exclusive leadership training and gain access to some of Australia’s most influential thinkers
– A stipend of $500.
So, what are you waiting for? Your leadership potential is waiting to be unlocked. Start building the world you’d like to see.
This exciting opportunity supports women in STEM University students with their STEM studies and career ambitions through FREE workshops, masterclasses and panel discussions designed to empower women STEM students with the skills, networks and mind-set to develop and achieve their career goals within STEM industries.
Date: Thursday, 26 July 2018.
Time: 6.00pm – 8.30pm.
Venue: Clarendon Auditorium, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Clarendon Street.
Have a break – have dark chocolate
by Christina Nelson
With exams looming we need that excuse to eat chocolate and cry into our pillow about how much work there is to do, right?
Well, no more excuses needed. Recent research indicates that eating dark chocolate might increase cognition and other brain functions.