Welcome to the latest edition of Monash Life. Read the stories that showcase and celebrate the wonderful contributions our alumni are making to communities across the world.
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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.
Evidence unlocks student potential
School principal Pitsa Binnion believes Monash’s new Q Project could improve learning outcomes for generations of Australian students.
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.
A flair for international collaboration
With a flair for international collaboration, Sze-yin Tan is advancing clean recycling technologies.
Monash's most recent cohort of Fulbright, Rhodes and Schwarzman scholars share their passions and plans for the future.
A prescription for educational brilliance
Promoting excellence in pharmacy teaching will impact the healthcare of communities for years to come.
Gifted educator draws on culture
Kylie Clarke has been a mentor, a teacher, a backpacker and even designed an Indigenous guernsey for the Western Bulldogs. But it took a serious illness to put life into perspective.
An infectious passion for knowledge
Unable to satisfy her desire to help people through medicine alone, Naba Masad Alfayadh founded a social enterprise that empowers young people through education.
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.
Making a difference
Inspired by personal experience, Dr Sanjukta Choudhury-Kaul, is improving the working lives of people with disabilities.
The ABC of changing lives
Greg McMahon, executive principal of Doveton College and Michael Devine, principal of Western Port Secondary College discuss how education is really the key to breaking the cycle of disadvantage.