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Marketing news, interviews, trends, discussion and opinions, fresh from Monash University's Department of Marketing (Melbourne, Australia) every week.
 
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Monash Arts
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Monash University Performing Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
 
Seminars, workshops, interviews and other material produced by Monash University's DSS Laboratory.
 
Physical Education today is a podcast all about physical education, from teaching to research, from practice to theory. News, contemporary issues and ideas about 'physical education'.
 
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C3 Church Monash
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Connect Grow Reach / Canberra, ACT
 
Your Journey to Monash is dedicated to sharing the real life experiences of senior international students studying at Monash University. Hear from a diverse mix of students and guests discuss important issues involving pre-arrival, arrival, visas, homesickness, making friends, improving your English and more. The podcast series is about gaining an understanding what studying abroad may be like and to help you be as prepared as possible.monash.edu/students/international
 
Podcasts all about issues related to sport and outdoor recreation. From play and games to outdoor recreation and education. These podcasts will provide students with all the required information to study in the unit EDF1611 - Introduction to Sport Fitness and Outdoor Recreation.
 
This is a podcast supplementing material for the unit FIT2001 Systems Analysis and Design at Monash University for Semester 1, 2010.
 
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EconomicsNow!
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Notes on economics to students now, served up by Monash Economics.
 
Three guys, Jorge, Adam and Tom use their primitive instruments to understand the world around them.
 
Perioperative Medicine Short Course is conducted by Monash University (Central Clinical School - Alfred Hospital), in conjunction with the Alfred Hospital and Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine. As part of our drive to improve and promote perioperative medicine education we are launching our PeriopMed podcast series.
 
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The Scarlet Letter
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Welcome to the Scarlet Letter, a monthly podcast from the Feminist Legal Studies Group at Monash University's Faculty of Law. The Group aims to make a difference to the lives of women through understanding women's subordination and contributing to law reform. In the Scarlet Letter, we interview a range of feminists involved in the legal sector about their philosophy, their areas of work and expertise, and relevant legal topics that impact women.
 
Business Intelligence is a significant part of the IT industry but it is poorly understood by many. BI systems are fundamentally different to other IT systems in terms of users, their use of the system and the development processes required. This podcast is a recording of lectures and other material from Monash University's postgraduate unit on the topic covering both BI application design as well as data warehouse design.
 
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Awesome Guys
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We are Awesome Guys. We make awesome things and share them with you.www.tenpercentmoreawesome.com
 
Monash University's postgraduate unit on information systems design. Lectures, tutorials and other material will be posted here.
 
Emerging issues and the latest ideas from across the world of education research. Hear from a range of academics about their current research work in the field of education. Hosted by Neil Selwyn from Monash University, Australia.
 
From the dark emotional tunes to the euphoric uplifting trance. Progress with Dj Sek
 
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mojo news
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Mojo News is a podcast produced by journalism students at Monash University.
 
This is a Monash University podcast for the unit FIT2011 Decision Support Systems Fundamentals.
 
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Morning Radio Program
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9am to 10am Fridays on Radio Monash. Featuring 3 humans:- Christian Pisasale- Dion Factor- James Pattison
 
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Over 35 years ago, Dr John Bradley took up a teaching position at Borroloola in the Northern Territory, at a time when Yanyuwa children were flogged for speaking their own language at school. Defying policy, John encouraged his pupils to speak in their native tongue and he, in turn, gradually learned the Yanyuwa language from the Elders. Don’t ...…
 
Harry Armytage joins Sharifah Hardie on Ask Sharifah AMA First class honours in Economics from Monash University Worked in social, economic and market research in a variety of management and consulting roles in the public and private sectors including research manager at Myer-Grace Brothers Department stores and Social Director at Northern Terr ...…
 
In this week's programme we hear from two people who are exploring biology through the use of art. An exhibition will be held at Monash University's Clayton campus in Melbourne where blind and vision impaired people can, potentially for the first time, feel a virus, and discover just how our immune system works. We find out how the idea came ab ...…
 
This week we talk science with a conversation with Dr. Gabby Watson and Dr. Erica Tandori from the Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University about an open day at the end of May specifically designed for people who are blind or have low vision. The exhibition will include tactile, sound, olfactory and low vision accessible display. Dr ...…
 
Revelations around the Cambridge Analytica data mining scandal generated bucket loads of commentary, much of it focused on Facebook users as customers, or consumers. We're warned - read the fine print, look out for the contractual arrangement in the last paragraph. Sarah Joseph, the Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash U ...…
 
Michael and Jared talk about Electrotherapy, Controversy, and Sir John Monash. Ensmarten Yourself on social media: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/ensmartenyourself Twitter ► https://twitter.com/ensmarten Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/ensmartenyourself Gmail ► ensmartenyourself@gmail.com Youtube ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6 ...…
 
The seat of Batman was fiercely contested, with many predicting it would indeed be possible for the Greens to take the win from Labor. This was not the case and Labor came in strongly from behind to retain their seat. Reporter Nicolas Zoumboulis speaks to Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at Monash, Dr. Nick Economou about the re ...…
 
Speaking on "My Communication Journey – from the Farm to the Board Room".Marie is an Executive Director and Company Secretary for Mitsubishi Australia. Since 2004 she has been responsible for the group’s corporate operations nationally.Marie grew up in South Gippsland on a dairy farm and is one of seven children. Marie commenced her career in c ...…
 
This episode of This Must be the Place is the first of our ‘walking tours’ – we are revisiting the walks of the 1980 book “Melbourne on Foot: 15 Walks Through Historic Melbourne”. This episode starts with David speaking with one of the authors of that book, Professor Graeme Davison of Monash University, about the genesis of the book in general. ...…
 
Educational and Developmental Psychologist with Monash University Christine Grove joined Jono Coleman and Laura V on The Good Life to talk about the benefits of therapy dogs in schools.
 
Tuesday Breakfast March 20th with Ayan, George and Lauren7.00am Acknowledgement of Country 7.05am News of the Week7.15am Sally discusses the new resource she has been working on which aims to safeguard end-of-life care and decisions for older LGBTIA+ Victorians7.25am I am here to confuse you | Mona Eltahawy. TED Archive7.35am Rhian Hinkley join ...…
 
In her new book, The Battle Within: POWs in Postwar Australia (NewSouth Books, 2018), Christina Twomey, Professor of History at Monash University, explores the “battle within,” the individual and collective challenge of rehabilitating Australian prisoners of war in the…
 
In her new book, The Battle Within: POWs in Postwar Australia (NewSouth Books, 2018), Christina Twomey, Professor of History at Monash University, explores the “battle within,” the individual and collective challenge of rehabilitating Australian prisoners of war in the…
 
This week Kate Burridge, Linguistics Professor at Monash University, introduces John & Garry to the words Fudgel and Snudge.
 
We speak with Jessielea about disability advocacy and inclusive community thinking. The Inclusionist. Dr Amanda Thomas from Victoria University of Wellington talks to us about environmental democracy and how media framing of environmental activists limits public debate on important environmental issues.Miranda Sharp from Melbourne Farmers Marke ...…
 
Prof. John Loughran (Monash University) talks about his work in the areas of teacher knowledge and expert teaching. We talk about John’s leading work in the development of self-study methodology, as well as how to keep researching and writing in the face of a heavy admin load.
 
Listen to Syrian Twins Maya and Sarah Ghassali’s first interview with special guest Naba Massad Alfayadh, a refugee from Iraq in her final year of studying Medicine at Monash University. Naba discusses her journey to Australia and her recent work in co-founding programs such as Happy Brains Education…
 
Dr Stephanie is the CEO of Austrade, the Australian Government agency responsible for promoting trade, investment, international education and tourism policy. Austrade’s first female CEO, Stephanie was previously Lead Partner for Education, Oceania at Ernst and Young and prior to that the Deputy Vice Chancellor at Monash University in Melbourne ...…
 
Part two of our two part podcast with David. David is a researcher of Clinical Psychology at Monash University and has created MoodMission; a mobile application providing users with daily ‘missions’ according to their indicated emotional mood to improve their current state of mind and support overall mental well-being. In part two of this episo ...…
 
'Global policy shopping and bad diaspora practices'Associate Professor Alan Gamlen, Associate Professor of Human Geography, School of Social Sciences, Monash UniversityKaldor Centre Conference 2017 - The Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration24 November 2017
 
World Aids Day: Dr Chris Lemoh is a physician at Monash Health and president of the Victorian African Health Action Network (VAHAN), speaks about World AIDS Day and the way understandings of HIV/AIDS has changed.Asylum Seeker resource centre: Jana Favero…is the Director of Advocacy and Campaigns apeaks about the ongoing crisis on Manus Island. ...…
 
Part one of our two part podcast with David. David is a researcher of Clinical Psychology at Monash University and has created MoodMission; a mobile application providing users with daily ‘missions’ according to their indicated emotional mood to improve their current state of mind and support overall mental well-being. Part one of this intervie ...…
 
This week we speak to Marianne Roux, a Professor in Practice at Monash University, about her thoughts on the future of HR. Her opinions and views are progressive, fascinating and well worth listening to. You have not heard this stuff before!
 
In this episode you’ll hear Composer: Paul Ballam-Cross Website: http://www.paulballam-cross.com interviewed by: Sascha Kelly This conversation was recorded on the 8th of August, 2016, at Paul’s home in the Western Suburbs of Brisbane. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/makingwavesnewmusic.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/paul-ballam-cross.mp3 Show ...…
 
Episode 21: Skeletons of teenagers with Type 1 diabetes, latest from Dr Eleanor ThongWe speak with Dr Eleanor Thong, an Endocrinologist at Monash Health who is undergoing a PhD at Monash University looking at the skeletons of young adults who have type 1 diabetes. We discuss:- What is type 1 diabetes? - Who does it mainly affect?- Why does it a ...…
 
Dr Shane, Dr Ailie and Dr Lauren discuss Lithium battery explosions and why afternoon heart surgery is more successful. First guest: Rhiannon Morris (PhD student), Structural Biology division, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, University of Melbourne tells us about her studies into signalling proteins that tell your blood cells to grow and divid ...…
 
Teachers agree some social skills should be taught at school, but say they're not parents.A study by Monash University and ASG Education Programmes has found 66 percent of Kiwi parents want teachers to play a greater role in teaching social and life skills to our children.PPTA president Jack Boyle told Rachel Smalley there needs to be a balance ...…
 
“We are in an organisation where the digital agenda is driven from the top and that helps a lot...we have a Global Chief Digital Officer who reports directly into our Global CEO, and she also sits on the Board of the company, which helps a lot to get an agenda driven from the top.” — Christophe Eymery L’Oreal is the global leader in the beauty ...…
 
Our Man In Paris, journalist Vincent de Monicault reports from northern France where Australia's WWI troops are regarded as war heroes by the locals and where at Villers-Bretonneux next ANZAC Day they will open a memorial to our WWI military leader, General Sir John Monash. He masterminded the Allied attack at the Battle of Amiens on 8 August 1 ...…
 
Dr Jen, Dr Euan and Kris KP join Dr Shane in the studio to discuss spring, sleeping (in MRI machines) and bees. The studio guest is Associate Professor Kate Hoy from Monash Alfred Psychiatric Research Centre at Monash University. She is trialling the use of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in Alzheimer’s patients. This involves stimulati ...…
 
In Slow Catastrophes: Living with Drought in Australia (Monash University Publishing, 2017), Rebecca Jones, a senior research fellow at Monash University, explores the natural and cultural dimensions of drought in southeastern Australia. Utilizing diaries from the 1890s…
 
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