Through a gift in her Will, Ann Rusden hopes that more people can continue to ask the big questions – including what the universe looked like 13 billion years ago, as Associate Professor Michele
Australia’s leading infectious disease institute is directing the response on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of COVID-19, while developing critical insights that will inform the management of
The University of Melbourne’s community of donors, alumni and staff has come together during the past three months to support students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and to provide vital funds to
With a leadership role in food technology, alum Dr Tina Tan is at the forefront of the flavour manufacturing industry.
Congratulations to the 118 alumni, staff and former staff who have been honoured in this year’s Australia Day Honours list.
Supporting his studies with a monotonous job making sushi rolls by hand, alum Joey Song (MEng 2014) was inspired to find an easier way. Armed with his Mechatronics degree and a vision to think outside
You are part of a community of more than 400,000 alumni, located in over 180 countries around the world. Fifty-four per cent of you are women, 45% men, with the majority of you aged between 30-49.
We know that navigating life after uni can be challenging. Transitioning from study to establishing your career is a significant life change.
The University’s magazine, 3010, brings you a delectable smorgasbord of University news, initiatives, profiles and so much more from 2019.
With her living bequest, Professor Kerry Landman – the first female professor in the University’s mathematics department – aims to share the beauty of maths by supporting future teachers in the field.