University News

Faculty of Business and Economics receives international AACSB business school accreditation

January 11 / 52

The Faculty of Business and Economics has become the first Victorian faculty  to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Business Schools International (AACSB).

88 year old graduates with PhD

January 11 / 52

An 88-year-old former Presbyterian minister graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in history in late December.

Developing leaders in dairy veterinary practice

January 11 / 52

The Faculty of Veterinary Science's rural dairy veterinary training program will see graduate vets develop specialist skills to work in Victoria's dairy industry.

Physics researcher awarded prestigious Alan Walsh Medal

January 11 / 52

Associate Professor Robert Scholten has been honoured by the Australian Institute of Physics with the Alan Walsh Medal for Service to Industry.

13 MELB goes live

January 11 / 52

The University's new contact centre, 13 MELB (13 63 52), went live on Tuesday 4 January and staff are already answering about 1000 phone and email enquiries each day.

Donations for ducks

January 11 / 52

Staff from the Faculty of Business and Economics are collaborating with Oxfam and MobileMuster to facilitate the collection of the University community's old mobile phones to buy ducks for families living in poverty in Mozambique.

Inaugural Chair of Translational Neuroscience named

December 10 / 51

Professor Stephen Davis has been appointed  the inaugural Chair of Translational Neuroscience.

Win tickets to MTC's first 2011 production

December 10 / 51

MTC's first production for 2011, The Wharf Revue: Not Quite Out of the Woods parodies our political leaders and current events with well-known musicals, fairy tales and a series of musical skits.

Strengthening our bilateral partnerships

December 10 / 51

Ms Li Hong, Director of American and Oceanian Programs at the Foreign Affairs Office at Fudan University, China, was a guest at the University last week as part of the International Relations Office's International Directors Program.

VCE high-achievers awarded National Scholarships

December 10 / 51

Twenty of Victoria’s highest achieving VCE students have accepted National Scholarships to study at the University of Melbourne in 2011.

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