Reflections on the Melbourne Entrepreneurship Gala: a student perspective
Early this month over 750 guests converged at the Palladium for the Melbourne Entrepreneurship Gala.
An open letter from scientists on the Murray-Darling Basin
The recent ABC Four Corners program ‘Cash Splash’ portrayed implementation of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan as a “failure and a farce”, asserting that it constituted a gross waste of public money and was producing little to no benefit.
Students pitch transport solutions at Case Competition final
Last month, five multidisciplinary engineering and IT teams took to the stage at the annual MSE Case Competition final, presenting their concepts for a Gateway Link and precinct solution for Fishermans Bend.
Experts share: three things to know about working in a small-to-medium-enterprise
In Australia, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) employ around 4.8 million workers and generate an approximate 57% of Australia’s GDP. Start-ups and SMEs can offer students a fantastic platform to launch their careers through internships and entry level positions with the opportunity to develop new skills, experience new challenges and make a strong impact on the success of the organisation.
‘Be bold’: Students share their top tips for finding an internship
Students share their unique accounts of how interning has boosted their skills and experience – and has even led to full time work.
Reflections on the Case Study Competition: Arthur Masion
Arthur Masion spoke to MSE about his Case Study Competition experience and how it set him on a path to a graduate position with the company.
Boeing and the University of Melbourne partnering for students’ success
From the start of 2019, Boeing and the University of Melbourne have been proudly partnered in a united effort to strengthen the STEM talent pipeline.
Boeing visits Melbourne School of Engineering as part of Industry Series
Earlier this month, Boeing representatives Andrew Glynn and Michael Skeen us for our MSE Industry Series.
Professor Timothy Denison announced as speaker for the 2019 Graeme Clark Oration
Professor Denison’s presentation examines the idea of expanding bioelectronics to neurological disorders.
Seemingly random seizures not so random
What do earthquakes, financial market crashes, wars and epileptic seizures all have in common?
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