2016 Alumni Award Winners, Arts West Digital Studio, Hidden in the Canvas, MSoG Researcher Fellowship, UMSU Student President, NGV Offer, Meet Master of Arts alumna Martine Botha, Community Education, Specialist Certificate (Public Administration)
- A message from the Dean of Arts
Celebrating our 2016 Alumni Award winners
With over 70,000 Arts alumni worldwide the Faculty of Arts takes pride in recognising alumni who have achieved excellence in their chosen field. Meet the Arts Alumni Award Winners we're celebrating this year.
Cyberinfrastructure: The Arts West Digital Studio
In recent years the area of digital humanities has gained prominence and visibility as a dynamic and vital area of research and enquiry. This field encompasses a range of intersections between traditional disciplines, with the tools, methodologies and techniques provided by computing.
Hidden in the Canvas: Faculty of Arts and the NGV to Host Major Portrait Conference
What are the stories behind the British and Australian portraits in the National Gallery of Victoria? What were the forces behind their production and how did they find their way onto the walls of a major public gallery? A Faculty of Arts ARC linkage project seeks to answer these questions.
Lucrative Fellowship Awarded to MSoG Researcher
Dr Sara Bice from the Melbourne School of Government has been awarded one of four inaugural Westpac Research Fellowships, contributing $330,000 towards her research into corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
BA (Extended) student Tyson Holloway-Clarke becomes UMSU President
Tyson Holloway-Clarke is a well-known face around the Parkville campus. As the newly elected President of the University of Melbourne Student Union, Tyson is in high demand, and he says he likes his days to be full.
Spend winter at the NGV with an exclusive membership offer for alumni
Save $32 on your one year Individual Membership to the National Gallery of Victoria with an exclusive offer for University of Melbourne Alumni.
Meet Martine: Executive Master of Arts alumna
Currently the Membership Coordinator at the State Library of Victoria, Martine Botha graduated in 2013 with an Executive Master of Arts. We caught up with Martine as she took us on a behind-the-scenes look at an average day at work for a recent EMA alumna.
Community Education in the Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts has a long and sustained commitment to connecting with the broader community through engaging Community Education programs.
Introducing the Specialist Certificate (Public Administration)
The Specialist Certificate (Public Administration) is the newest program at the Melbourne School of Government and is launching in July 2016. The program has been designed for professionals interested in graduate level study in governance and public administration.