150th Anniversary / News / Slideshow
International students conquered insurmountable odds to compete in the first international edition of The Amazing Spaghetti Machine Competition.
After many creative suggestions, we now have a clearer idea about the origins of our mystery object, which was discovered in the depths of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Building earlier this year.
150th Anniversary / Alumni
The Melbourne School of Engineering capped a wonderful year of 150th Anniversary celebrations with a Gala Dinner in The Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria.
In the 150th year of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, the University Archives has received a significant donation of papers relating to one of the School’s most distinguished graduates, AGM Michell.
William Thwaites, the engineer who oversaw the development of Melbourne’s water and sewerage systems, is the subject of a new biography to be launched in November.
Engineering students have claimed victory over their arch-rivals from the Faculty of Law in a gripping tie breaker Great Debate, as part of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s 150th Anniversary celebrations.