Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Need to contact HR but not sure who to speak to?

The HR contacts list details the relevant contacts for all your HR needs - Access HR, Recruitment, HR Business Support, Academic Promotion, and OSP queries. Our HR Business Partners are also available to provide strategic and operational HR support, and are your liaision with HR Centres of Expertise.

Rainbow Lanyards for SCS Staff and Students

They’re back – by popular demand – again! Rainbow lanyards are a visible symbol of support for LGBTIQ members of the Monash community and convey the strong message that Monash University celebrates diversity and supports inclusion.

School of Clinical Sciences Awards for Teaching Excellence

The School of Clinical Sciences value the contributions made by staff towards the teaching and learning of our students. This newly created award recognises teaching excellence and is open to professional, academic, adjunct and teaching associate staff who are involved in the teaching and learning of students within the School of Clinical Sciences.

ECR Mentorship Program - helping early career researchers achieve success

Dr Aimee Dordevic and Dr Xin Du
with their mentors
In 2013, the School of Clinical Sciences established the Early Career Researcher Mentorship Program to provide a support framework for ECR's as they progress in their research and teaching careers. The program, which is currently taking applications for 2019-20, pairs mentees with senior academics, providing them with confidential advice and guidance with career planning.

Monash Haematology presents at the 2019 ISTH meeting

Left to right: Dr Min Sheng Lim, A/Prof
Sanjeev Chunilal, Dr Susan Brown and
Dr Ashwini Bennett
The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis Scientific Meeting (ISTH) scientific meeting is the largest and most prestigious meeting in the field of thrombosis and haemostasis. This year's event was held in Melbourne, with over 5000 delegates attending. Staff from Monash Haematology, in association with colleagues in pharmacy and radiology, presented a total of four oral communications and six posters.

Supporting workers with endometriosis in the workplace

Safe Work Australia has recently released information on supporting women in the workplace with endometriosis; a disease which affects 1 in 10 women, girls and other individuals of reproductive age. The information is part of the 2018 National Action Plan for Endometriosis, which is aimed at increasing awareness of the prevalance and impact of the disease.

VIIN 2019 Young Investigator Symposium - keynote speakers announced!

The VIIN 2019 Young Investigator Symposium will be taking place on Thursday, 10 October 2019 at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Parkville. We are delighted to announce the keynote speakers for the symposium are: