A campus of constant change

October 17 / 198

With work on the Metro Tunnel and several major University construction and redevelopment projects now well underway, and with more to come, the next few years will see some major changes to the Parkville Campus. But as James Waghorne from the History of the University project notes, change has been a constant in our University’s physical development.

History sheds light on experiences of child refugees

October 17 / 198

This has been supported by a grant from the Melbourne Humanities Foundation with matching funds from the Scanlon Foundation, enabling the team to partner with Kids’ Own Publishing and the History Teachers Association of Victoria to use the books to teach history within Victorian primary and secondary schools and in the running of workshops for teachers to assist them in using these resources in the classroom. 

eScholarship Research Centre wins award for guide to historic Oxford collections

October 14 / 146

Dr Rebe Taylor, Mr Michael Jones and Mr Gavan McCarthy from the University’s eScholarship Research Centre (ESRC) have been awarded a prestigious Mander Jones Award by the Australian Society of Archivists.

Ian Potter Museum showcases archeological finds

December 13 / 125

A new exhibition at the Ian Potter Museum showcases artifacts from the Bronze and Iron Age.

Life’s Logic: 150 Years of Physiology

January 13 / 102

Leading intellectual and former federal MP Professor Barry Jones has launched a book chronicling 150 years of Physiology at the University.

Editorial Enquiries

Got a story?

Staff are encouraged to submit stories. There are some important steps in preparing a media-ready story.  Email musse-editor@unimelb.edu.au