Monash University
03/23/2017 at 02:16. Facebook
HackaMon is an opportunity to be part of the solution. You're invited to a weekend of collaboration to create ideas and problem solve across Learning and Teaching, Campus Life and Student Administration.
Information and to register:
Monash University
03/23/2017 at 01:36. Facebook
Thanks for coming to SummerFest! Let us know how to make the next event even better by taking a short 3-minute survey. You could win one of eight Sunnylife radios! #monashsummer
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Monash University
03/21/2017 at 21:50. Facebook
Careers month continues through until next Friday, 31 March. There are some great sessions to help you plan, prepare and learn more about careers, employers and industry. Find out more: [ Link ]
Monash University
03/20/2017 at 04:33. Facebook
Are you creative? Love writing? The Monash Prize, one of Australia's largest literary prizes is open to undergraduates and honours students for all types of creative writing.
To submit your entry and for more information on the Emerging Writers' Festival visit: [ Link ]
Here's your chance to contribute to the innovation and culture of life at Monash. Our annual Hackamon kicks off this weekend. Across two days, you'll meet new people and work collaboratively on solutions for the future. Find out more:
We’re partnering with the City of Monash to bring you the Rang Barase Festival of Colours at Monash Sport 11 am - 6 pm on Sunday 19 March!

Sign up for a day of music, culture, sport and dancing. #monashsummer

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SummerFest Update: What's on today.
Warrawee Park, Oakleigh will light up this evening with live music, lights and local traders, 4pm – 9pm
Hosted by RocKwiz's Brian Nankervis, and featuring artists including Vika and Linda Bull, "Live at Warrawee - Soul Explosion" is sure to be a spectacular twilight music experience.
This event is in partnership with City of Monash and Caravan Music Club.

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Live at Warrawee - Soul Explosion
Wishing the eight finalists from our Monash community the very best of luck at tonight's Melbourne Press Club coveted awards, The Quills. [ Link ] #monashpride
“I couldn’t believe it ... I wondered if I was seeing things.” Congratulations to PhD student Cath Dickson who has made environmental science headlines, rediscovering a critically endangered plant species on sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island. #monashpride #STEM
"I chose medicine because it gives me the opportunity to make an amazing difference in people's lives. Taking part in the VESPA program provided a fantastic way of practising clinical skills and linking it to Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander culture." ~ First year Medicine student, Cheyenne Travis.

More Indigenous students than ever are studying health programs here at Monash....
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Indigenous enrolments in health programs at Monash University reach new high
SummerFest - What's on today.

Clayton campus

11am - 1pm: MAX Monash Arcade: Expo, Northern Plaza and surrounds.

1pm - Afternoon: F1 Formula challenge: How fast can you change a tyre? at 10 North / Campus Centre.

Until 11pm: SummerFest photo booth, Northern Plaza, Menzies Lawn.

9pm - 11pm: Dive In Cinema, Doug Ellis Swimming Pool.

Peninsula campus
12noon - 2pm: LuWOW party (no...
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SummerFest today - What's on?

8 - 9.30am - Student breakfast by Volunteering at Monash, Clayton
Until 12pm - Photo booth (Outside South 1 Lecture Theatre, Clayton, or Campus Centre if raining.
Until 4pm - Photo booth (Northern Plaza)
Until 4pm - Tropicana pop-up (Clayton and Caulfield)
11am - 2pm - Paper art pop-up (Caulfield)
11.30am - 2.30pm - Picnic on the Green (Caulfield)
12 - 2pm -...
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We’re set for a night of big laughs with a free screening of 'Bridesmaids' - the popular comedy on the Northern Plaza big screen. Come early for a pre-show dinner from one of our campus retailers, or the Let's Waffle 'n' Shake and Señor Churro food trucks!
SummerFest ~ What's on today:
Until 11am - Project postcard pop-up (Clayton)
Until 12pm - Photobooth (Engineering precinct, Clayton)
Until 4pm - Photo booth (Northern Plaza, Clayton)
Until 4pm - Photo booth (Library Lawn, Peninsula)
Until 4pm - Tropicana pop-up (Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula)
Until 1pm - Tropical nail bar (Caulfield)
11am-2pm - Paper art pop-up (Clayton and...
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Just hours until we light up Monash for the Full Moon Party. One of the biggest nights of the year! Tickets still available this afternoon - all campuses welcome. Tickets are $20 via the MSA website: [ Link ] at the MSA reception desk or Sir John's Bar. #monashsummer
Day Two of Summerfest begins!

Here’s what you can look forward to:
Now: Project Postcard pop-up - Lemon Scented Lawns, Clayton campus
Until 3 pm: Tropicana pop-up - Clayton and Caulfield campuses
Until 12 pm: SummerFest Photobooth - Science Precinct (Clayton)
Until 2 pm: Summertime Paper Art pop-up - Clayton and Caulfield
12 pm - 4 pm: SummerFest Photobooth - Northern Plaza (Clayton)
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Join us at Summer Fiesta at Clayton campus, 4 - 9 pm today. An event for the Monash community and families. Loads of fun things to do for all ages! We'll have food trucks and stalls, carnival rides, an arts and culture precinct, a fun zone, roving entertainment and more:
Thank you, Melbourne, for the sunshine to kick off SummerFest!
Here’s what’s on today:
Now until 3pm: Tropicana pop-up - Clayton and Caulfield campuses
Now until 2pm: Paper Art pop-up - Clayton and Caulfield campuses
Now until 2pm: Project Postcard pop-up - Library Lawn, Peninsula campus
Later: 4 - 9pm: Summer Fiesta - Northern Plaza and surrounds, Clayton campus - all welcome.

It's billed as one of the most important pieces of Australian theatre ever created. Monash University Academy of Performing Arts presents HART in the Drama Theatre. HART is a one-man verbatim theatre piece about the lived experiences of Stolen Generations survivors and the ongoing effects experienced by Indigenous Australians. [ Link ]
It's our 'birthday'! On this day 56 years ago, Saturday, 11 March 1961 at Clayton campus, Monash University was officially opened by the then Premier, Henry Bolte with Robert Blackwood, Sir Charles Lowe, and Vice-Chancellor Louis Matheson.