University News

Our sustainability success

December 10 / 50

Staff and students were a major part of the success of the University's 2010 sustainability initiatives.

Exploring ethics

December 10 / 50

The Melbourne Research Office and several University academics were pivotal contributors to the 2010 Australasian Ethics Network Conference.

Narrm Oration celebrates multiple milestones

November 10 / 49

On the evening of Thursday 11 November, a packed audience gathered in the Spot’s basement theatre to hear visiting Native American scholar and internationally recognised researcher and writer, Dr Manley Begay of the University of Arizona and Harvard University, deliver the second annual Narrm Oration.

A hands-on rural experience for 120 vet students

November 10 / 49

First-year students from the Faculty of Veterinary Science engaged in some practical learning at the University's Dookie campus as part of an innovative program to introduce them to rural and regional veterinary practices.

Oh Canada

November 10 / 49

The High Commissioner for Canada to Australia Mr Michael Small visited the University for a day of events to promote and strengthen the University's research and collaboration activities with Canada on Thursday 4 November.

University's sustainability efforts recognised

November 10 / 49

The University's work to create a sustainable campus has been recognised in the Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability's Green Gown Awards.

VCA graduate film 'Deeper Than Yesterday' wins at Beijing

November 10 / 49

Graduate Ariel Kleiman of the University's Victorian College of the Arts has won China's most prestigious foreign short student film award.

University Bookshop wins Australasian award

November 10 / 49

The Melbourne University Bookshop has been awarded Best On-Campus Display of Discretionary, Academic and Professional Titles for 2010 by the Australian Publishers Association (APA).

Library displays Scholarly Information Innovation Grant projects

November 10 / 49

Recipients of the University Library's Scholarly Information Innovation Grants showcased their work at an exhibition in the Woodward Conference Centre yesterday.

U.S Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the University

November 10 / 49

U.S Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told a packed audience at the University that the United States has no better friend than Australia.

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