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Promoting wellness of mind and body

May 14 / 135

Sport, healthy eating, laughter and puppy petting were among the events organised to encourage wellbeing for the University’s Wellness Week.

Vietnam Ministry of Justice recognises Melbourne Law School

April 14 / 134

The Melbourne Law School and Professor Pip Nicholson, Director, Asian Law Centre, have been recognised by Vietnam’s Ministry of Justice for their services to law reform in Vietnam.

University committed to tackling racism in the community

April 14 / 133

The University has joined a national campaign empowering staff and students to take a stand against racism in the community.

Melbourne and Tsinghua to create new virtual campus

April 14 / 132

A cloud-based ‘virtual’ campus is the focus of a new agreement between the University of Melbourne and Tsinghua University signed yesterday. 

Professor Susan Elliott named Vice-President of Asia-Pacific Education group

March 14 / 131

The University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Engagement), Professor Susan Elliott, has been named the Vice President of the Asia-Pacific Association of International Education (APAIE).

Premier launches Dean of Veterinary Science’s book

February 14 / 130

Premier Denis Napthine launched the Dean of Veterinary Science Professor Ken Hinchcliff’s book on 27 February at a gathering of guests, students and alumni at University House.

University goes tobacco free from February 4, World Cancer Day

February 14 / 128

The University is now tobacco free on all campuses, as of February 4, World Cancer Day, to provide a healthier environment for staff, students and visitors.

University joins Sanofi Pasteur to develop human vaccines

January 14 / 127

The University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccine division of French integrated healthcare leader Sanofi, to work together to develop immune-boosters and vaccines.

University researchers awarded highest number of NHMRC grants

October 11 / 72

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has awarded University of Melbourne researchers more than $84 million to improve the lives of people suffering cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and vision impairment.

Melbourne still Australia’s best university

October 11 / 71

Melbourne is still Australia’s highest ranked university and one of the top 40 institutions in the world, according to the latest Times Higher Education (THE) rankings.

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