FREE PUBLIC LECTURES
The University of Melbourne run a series of educational learning events called free public lectures. These events occur most weeks and are open to the general public.
Why not meet at Graduate House before or after the lecture for a meal or a drink?
Graduate House promotes lifelong sharing of knowledge, skills and research for wider public benefit. We create relationships with like minded organisations around the world who share our enthusiasm for fostering academia, learning, career building and social experiences
Editio, (coming from the Latin meaning publication) provides proofreading and editing services to academics, university students, businesses, authors, and job seekers. "I have vast experience in researching, writing and editing essays and theses while studying for my...
An ongoing mission of the Graduate Union has been keeping our organisation modern. Over the past five years, we have been dedicated to improving our digital presence through social media outlets and website maintenance. Our social media posts – through Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube – give our Members, online followers and anyone passing by, the opportunity to learn about our association, see upcoming events and gain insight into graduate disciplines. Continuing this mission, we are proud to present our brand new, beautifully designed website.
Our inaugural Fundraising Gala was held in grand splendour in the 17th floor ballroom of the RACV City Club. Guests arrived in 1920s costume for pre-drinks. The foyer was buzzing with activity with guests finding their tables and having their photographs taken by a...
Former paralympian Katrina Webb OAM shares her inspiring story.
Former Resident, Callum McNair has congenital heart disease. Callum participated in the Two Feet and a Heartbeat Charity Walk in Adelaide on 10th September. The 2.1 kilometre Charity Walk reminds us that the human heart begins to beat at 21 days after conception. The...
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I grew up in China and studied in Medicine. I am currently studying a Masters degree in Food Science. I am an easy going person and very patient, and would like to help people in learning and improving Chinese language skills.
I am currently pursing my PhD in Cardiac Physiology at Melbourne University. My research involves examining sex differences and glycogen dysregulation in the diabetic heart. In the past, I have completed a Masters in Management Science and Business Administration, a Bachelor of Medical Bioscience (Honours) and have worked as a tutor at Monash University and National University of Singapore for various academic modules.
I am a PhD candidate at Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Masters degree in Materials Engineering.
I am experienced in polymers, rheology, organic chemistry and composite materials. I have led projects of formulations research at HP. I will be happy to assist with English in all levels (including preparation for IELTS), exact sciences, math and engineering subjects.