Welcome to the 2018 edition of Monash Life, our annual opportunity to celebrate some of the wonderful contributions our alumni are making to communities across the world.
Where the heart is
When it comes to people’s homes, neither Di Winkler nor Dan McKenna are prepared to accept the status quo. They're challenging traditional housing models for a greater social good.
Students of the future
In Australia, as in the UK, we see considerable public discussion around higher education. More recently we have seen elements of that discussion turn to debate centred on the very heart of a university’s purpose.
David Winston Turner Endowment Fund
Using the latest thinking in brain research, BrainPark – The David W. Turner Research Clinic, will empower people with compulsivity disorders to create healthier lives for themselves.
Hong Kong Alumni Scholarship turns two
Chor Kiu Cheung always dreamt of travelling the world to study, and her parents worked tirelessly in her home city of Hong Kong to make that happen.
In 2018, more than 120 of Monash University’s alumni, staff, former staff and friends were recognised with Australian honours.
Young talent time
Monash’s innovative new recruitment agency is solving the time-consuming challenge of finding the right graduate for the right job.
Changing the world, one veggie patch at a time
Fabian Capomolla believes you can feed the soul, not just the body, when food is grown with love.
Variety the best medicine
It’s a long way from volunteering at a local rural pharmacy to leading teams of pharmacists in a major metropolitan hospital.
Hook, line and original thinker
A trailblazer for professional women in the tough world of mechanical engineering and mining, Sarah Coleman is also saving Australian industries money through productivity improvements. And she’s a fishing champion.
Welcome from the President and Vice-Chancellor
2018 is a very significant year for Monash, marking the 60th anniversary of the University’s foundation. Our transformation over those two generations has been remarkable.
The call of the wild
Humans may be the greatest threat to big-cat species around the world, but Dr Luke Hunter has made it his life’s mission to change that.
Power for good
Monash law graduate Nicole Iseppi is an influential figure in global energy infrastructure, working to empower societies through a low-carbon future.