This article is taken with permission from The Orbit.
Games are a great way to help the public understand abstract principles. Fourth year Bachelor of Science and Engineering student Alexander Tritt did just that and came in runner-up at the 2018 Quantum Games – a nationwide competition hosted by the ARC Centre for Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) to explain the science behind quantum mechanics through computer games.
Channel your inner artist by designing a T-shirt (limited edition of course!) for the Faculty of Science. The winning T-shirt will be worn by staff and students on Open Day 5 Aug 2018.
Entries open Thursday 29 March and close on Monday 7 May.
A judging panel will choose the winning entry.
If you win, not only will you see your design being worn all around the Monash Clayton campus on Open Day and other events – but you’ll also receive a $400 Coles/Myer gift voucher.
Please click here for the application form and further information regarding the terms, design requirements and specifications.
All the best and we look forward to seeing your designs!
Do you want to gain professional experience while earning credit towards your degree?
We’re hosting some information sessions about our internship unit, SCI3920. Come along to have your questions answered and find out how to apply for Semester 1.
To celebrate Global Climate Change Week, Monash University is hosting various climate action events on campus.
Get involved and start taking positive climate action today!
The Let’s Torque team cordially invites you to the Grand Final
Thursday, 5th October 2017, 6pm-9pm
The Royal Society of Victoria
8 La Trobe St, Melbourne
Dress Code: Business casual
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Written by Jenny
Despite some misconceptions out there, R U OK? day is not about asking anyone ‘Are you okay?’ insincerely with the expectation that they will say ‘Yes, I’m good. Thank you. How about you?’.
In these modern times and more than ever in history, we are seemingly more connected to everyone – through the boom of mobile phones and social media.
Monday 28 August – Friday 1 September 2017.
The week celebrates our diverse community and strengthens our inclusive culture. It’s about helping to create an environment of involvement, respect and connection through sharing and learning from one another.
We have highlighted some of our most anticipated events below, which we think you will enjoy.
Please register your attendance at:
Honours will give you a competitive advantage in your career. Most importantly, Honours will give you the first big chance to ‘stretch your legs’ on your very own project. It will also give you an excellent preparation for a higher degree by research (research master’s, or the PhD) to further consolidate your communication and research skills, hone your project management and problem-solving ability, and make you stand out from the crowd as a future leader in your field.
As an honours student you will work one-on-one with an academic on a research project. Academics are excited about their research and take great pride in mentoring the next generation of scientists.