Episode 09: Right Here, Right Now
What should we do when confronted by right wing extremism in our daily lives? Our behaviour change expert shares the best strategies.
Putting health on the table
Drawing on a passion that runs through his family, Dr Sandro Demaio returns to Australia to improve people’s wellbeing – starting in the kitchen.
Breaking stereotypes in STEM
Newcrest Mining manager Bonnie Coxon is breaking down stereotypes around the mining industry as she promotes the benefits of STEM to girls in schools.
The sounds of independence
In the disrupted market of digital music. Charles Caldas is ensuring independent artists can make the most from growing opportunities to be heard.
Preserving Indigenous languages
A language is said to become extinct when its last native speaker dies. Often that final breath also draws into death the identity ascribed by Indigenous people to their natural world – its plants, animals and landscape.
Modern slavery: breaking the chain
Drawing on her financial expertise, Kimberley Cole seeks to ruin the economics of the modern slave trade.
Repairing the brain through stem cell therapy
Medical innovator, Dr Subhadeep Das is pioneering stem cell therapy to cure neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's.
Music production platform a game-changer
From Duran Duran music videos to corporate films, two Monash marketing graduates have revolutionised the global video production business.
Social purpose essential to business success
For corporate leader, Jane McAloon, just having a purpose around making money isn’t enough to sustain a business.
A message from the President and Vice-Chancellor
Monash continues to broaden its global influence with an extensive alumni network that's integral to its success.
Bridging Indonesia's e-commerce gap
E-commerce represents less than two per cent of commerce in Southeast Asia. For venture capitalist, Jefrey Joe, that gap represents opportunity.
Clear outlook for BOM
Meet Graham Hawke, the BOM’s backroom strategist helping climate-sensitive industries and governments prepare for future weather events.
A change in the weather
Somewhat of an accidental weatherman, Paul Higgins now uses his position to take people into the science foretelling our future.
Leader of the pharmaceutical pack
Thomas Ko is spearheading innovative technology that takes injectable medicines and transforms them into pills.
Greening the Big Apple
As COO of New York’s Green Bank, Caroline Angoorly is helping the city achieve its 100 per cent renewable electricity grid.
A flair for international collaboration
With a flair for international collaboration, Sze-yin Tan is advancing clean recycling technologies.
An advocate for Aboriginal identity
One of Monash's first female Aboriginal law graduates, Virginia Robinson, is working tirelessly with the Aboriginal community on issues of social justice and empowerment.
Networks of endeavour
How can a university make sure that people, beyond its students and staff, benefit from its knowledge and presence?
A reckoning with history
Through the intensely personal theatre work of Tom Molyneux, we learn about an Indigenous soldier who served in World War I.
Monash's most recent cohort of Fulbright, Rhodes and Schwarzman scholars share their passions and plans for the future.
A virtuous cycle: Monash Malaysia alumni
Inspired by the Monash spirit, Charis Wong co-founded a platform to connect and empower fellow alumni, particularly women, in Malaysia.
Dean, Faculty of Law
Francine McNiff Chair in Criminal Jurisprudence, Faculty of Law
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
Director, Bachelor of Global Studies
Margaret Gardner AC
President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
Senior Lecturer, Globalisation Leadership and Policy, Faculty of Education
Chris Thompson, Lecturer, Monash School of Chemistry Associate Dean, Education, Faculty of Science
Senior Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Enterprise)