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Engineering a Better World with Lizzie Brown – 11 November

Engineers Without Borders CEO Lizzie Brown is passionate about creating positive change for communities through engineering. In this lecture, she explains how EWB makes a difference and shares her vision for the humanitarian organisation's future.

30 October 2014

Student ideas shine at Endeavour 2014

A robot that can clean your pool, a portable headpiece to monitor brain activity and a cutting-edge racing vehicle were just some of the ingenious engineering and IT final year projects on display at Endeavour 2014.

23 October 2014

Students and researchers to benefit from new agreement with leading software company

Autodesk, an international software design company, and the University of Melbourne have inked a partnership to provide students, staff and researchers with campus-wide access to the design software leader’s full 3D product portfolio.

23 October 2014

Marita Cheng: Diversity Award Finalist

Marita Cheng has been selected as a finalist for the GEDC Airbus Diversity Award, which supports increasing diversity in the global community of engineers.

23 October 2014

Inspired to make a difference – Miranti Daniar, Master of Information Systems

Social entrepreneurship is immensely important to Master of Information Systems (MIS) student Miranti Daniar, who hopes to use her digital marketing skills to create positive change in her home country, Indonesia.

22 October 2014

Master of Engineering with Business accredited by Engineers Australia

The Melbourne School of Engineering's unique new Master of Engineering with Business specialisations have now been accredited by Engineers Australia. This accreditation is ratified by the Washington Accord, meaning graduates can work as accredited engineers in the world's leading economies.

22 October 2014

Going Virtual: Professor Justin Zobel Discusses the Arrival of the Internet

Is the Internet a communications medium, a knowledge machine or a virtual universe? In his public lecture titled ‘Going Virtual’, Professor Justin Zobel will reflect on the Internet’s evolution and impact.

16 October 2014

Ada Lovelace Inspires Women in Engineering and IT

Ada Lovelace Day challenges the gender gap between men and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), by encouraging people to talk about the female heroes of these disciplines. If you’re inspired to strengthen Ada’s legacy, there a number of ways women can get involved in engineering and IT across campus.

14 October 2014

MAP launches new documentary video series

The Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP), raising the culture of entrepreneurship within the University of Melbourne and across the community, has launched its documentary series tracking the experience of this year's participants.

9 October 2014

Ada Lovelace Day: Lunchtime Talk – Tuesday 14 October 2014

To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, the Melbourne School of Engineering invites students and staff to join some of our own engineering & IT academics and researchers for a lunchtime session talking about some of their own female heroes from the STEM disciplines.

8 October 2014


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