It was with great sadness that the staff of the Melbourne School of Engineering, and those in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering in particular, learned of the passing of Associate Professor Neil Gray on the 18th of October this year. Associate Professor Gray earned his B.Sc in metallurgical and chemical engineering […]
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Despite the vital role STEM is set to play in our future, there is a continual decline in tertiary participation in key STEM subjects.Victorian Lead Scientist Leonie Walsh explores this complex issue in her public lecture, ‘STEM Education: Underpinning our Innovation System’.
Staff and students in the Melbourne School of Engineering and the Department of Infrastructure Engineering have been saddened at the recent passing of alumnus and staff member John Styles, who was a well loved and respected teacher and colleague for more than three decades.
Female undergraduate students from the University of Melbourne stepped into the world of coding at an Introduction to Programming Workshop this week. Experimenting with a range of programming tools and activities, students were challenged to design their own animations, apps and code.
Twenty-two students from four Victorian high schools attended Hack IT, a day-long workshop presented by NICTA and Digital Careers. Hosted at the University, the students had the opportunity to design their own travel tour apps for the City of Melbourne.