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Peter Bowtell: Engineering & IT Public Lecture recap
Alumni

Peter Bowtell: Engineering & IT Public Lecture recap

A roadmap for change that will reshape the nature of our building industry – Building Information Modelling (BIM) – is at the heart of an emerging technology revolution.

Ada Lovelace Inspires Women in Engineering and IT
Events / News

Ada Lovelace Inspires Women in Engineering and IT

Ada Lovelace Day challenges the gender gap between men and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), by encouraging people to talk about the female heroes of these disciplines. If you’re inspired to strengthen Ada’s legacy, there a number of ways women can get involved in engineering and IT across campus.

The Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) University of Melbourne Alumni Association Gala, celebrating their 25th Anniversary
Alumni

Recent events: celebrations in Malaysia and networking in Melbourne

It is always a highlight for the Melbourne School of Engineering to connect with alumni in person – it gives us a chance to hear from you directly on the things that matter to you, and helps us be relevant to you throughout all stages of your professional and personal journeys.

Stephanie Miles (nee Buttner)
Alumni

Alumni in Conversation: Stephanie Miles

Stephanie Miles’ passion for medicine and engineering has sparked a career that started at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and has led to her being a Medical Device Assessor with the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

Students honoured at VC’s Awards for Cambodian rainwater project
News / Slideshow

Students honoured at VC’s Awards for Cambodian rainwater project

A team of Melbourne School of Engineering students is making a difference in rural Cambodia with a new rainwater harvesting system design to provide communities with sustainable access to clean drinking water.

Engineering students helping communities in the developing world
News / News for Students

Engineering students helping communities in the developing world

Engineering students at the University of Melbourne are using their skills to pursue humanitarian engineering projects in the developing world.