Introducing Professor Anne Dunlop, Arts West, International Women's Day 2016, Shakespeare 400 Melbourne, Meet Bachelor of Arts alumnus James Whitmore
- A Message from the Dean of Arts
Introducing Professor Anne Dunlop, Herald Chair of Fine Arts
In 2015 we announced the appointment of Professor Anne Dunlop to the Chair, and it is with great excitement we caught up with Professor Dunlop to discuss her transition to life in Melbourne and her new role.
Arts West: Innovating in Teaching and Learning and improving our student experience
Rarely do opportunities arise to create purpose-designed learning and teaching spaces on the scale of the Arts West development. This new facility has been designed from the outset to support not only the present needs of the BA but also to provide a flexible and fostering environment for teaching innovation
Pledge for Parity: International Women’s Day 2016
On March 8 the Faculty of Arts joined in the global celebration of International Women’s Day 2016. As we celebrated the contribution Faculty of Arts staff, students and alumnae make in terms of social, economic, cultural, and political achievements, we also questioned how we can continue to progress towards closing
Shakespeare 400 Melbourne
2016 is the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. Celebratory events are being planned by leading cultural institutions around the world, including the British Library, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the Folger Shakespeare Library. The University of Melbourne is excited to be joining the festivities, with the launch of Shakespeare
Meet Bachelor of Arts alumnus James Whitmore
We are proud to introduce you to James Whitmore, an Arts alumnus who graduated in 2012. James is the Deputy Editor, Environment and Energy at The Conversation. Hear about his journey from student intern to professional editor.