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    Scholarships and Project Manager role – Applications now open!

    Are you passionate about identifying and supporting outstanding Australians with leadership potential who are pursuing study opportunities overseas? We’re now accepting applications for a full-time Scholarships and Project Manager position. Click here to read more about this exciting opportunity!

    Message from Jillian Segal AM, Chairman of the Foundation

    On behalf of the Board of the General Sir John Monash Foundation I am delighted to announce the appointment of Annemarie Rolls as our new CEO effective February 1. Annemarie brings excellent experience and skills to the Foundation. Most recently… Read more »

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    What does it mean to receive a John Monash Scholarship?

    On Monday 21 November 2016, the 2017 John Monash Scholars were announced at the Sydney Opera House. Official proceedings commenced with a video of John Monash Scholars discussing what it means to be a part of the John Monash Scholar… Read more »

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    Technology to fix the world

    The eruption of Mt Pinatubo in 1991 released 20 million tonnes of reflective particles into the atmosphere, resulting in a global cooling of 0.5°C for the next 2 years. Could we, and should we, intentionally inject particles into the stratosphere… Read more »

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    Harnessing renewable energy

    Around the world, we are seeing increasing pressure to reduce usage of fossil fuel-based sources of energy, due to their impact on global warming and their finite nature. This pressure is giving rise to ever-increasing support for renewable forms of… Read more »

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    Big data: Research for stroke prevention

    Stroke is the second leading cause of mortality and the third leading cause of disability worldwide. Approximately one fifth of ischaemic strokes are caused by carotid artery stenosis, a narrowing of the large arteries that carry blood from the heart… Read more »