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Emerson Keenan present multi-sensory toy for children with autism
News

University of Melbourne students engineer Rainbow Box for children with autism

Engineering and IT students from the University of Melbourne have joined forces to develop the “Rainbow Box”, a low-cost multi-sensory toy for children with autism.

Melbourne School of Engineering honours outgoing Foundation Chair, Christine Tursky Gordon
Alumni

Melbourne School of Engineering honours outgoing Foundation Chair, Christine Tursky Gordon

This month we pay tribute to Christine Tursky Gordon (BE (Elec)(Hons)/ BA) who has recently stepped down as Chair of the Melbourne School of Engineering Foundation (MSE Foundation).

clocktower; sandstone; buildings
Student Blog

Student guest post: Stepping outside the lecture theatre

After seeing the sights in Europe, Master of Engineering (Biomedical) student Naomi Sutanto was uneasy about returning home and falling back into the same routine. However, determined to make the most of her final year, Naomi soon found a variety of unique opportunities around the campus.

Student guest post: Getting involved with Engineers Without Borders
Student Blog

Student guest post: Getting involved with Engineers Without Borders

Master of Engineering (Civil) student Alexandra Weisenberger shares what it’s like to be involved in an organisation that is using engineering to make the world a better place.

IBL students bring a fresh perspective and enthusiasm into their host’s organisation
Alumni

Industry Based Learning Program with Australia’s best students

Over a dozen students have commenced summer vacation industry placements with host employers as part of the Melbourne School of Engineering’s new Industry Based Learning program.

Engineering a Better World with Lizzie Brown – 11 November
Events

Engineering a Better World with Lizzie Brown – 11 November

Engineers Without Borders CEO Lizzie Brown is passionate about creating positive change for communities through engineering. In this lecture, she explains how EWB makes a difference and shares her vision for the humanitarian organisation’s future.