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MSD Designer in Residence

University of Melbourne alumnus Adam Markowitz is completing a MSD Design Residency Read more

PhD Scholarship: Integrating Urban Management with Disaster Risk Reduction

As part of the Bushfire the Natural Hazards CRC Research Project Urban Planning for Natural Hazard Mitigation, the University of Melbourne together is offering a scholarship to support a PhD candidate under the supervision of Associate Professor Alan March within the Melbourne School of Design. Applications close Tuesday 30 January 2018.

House of Ideas for students curating Boyd

Student Sarah Mair reflects on the 'House of Ideas' exhibition at the Walsh Street Boyd House.

MSD alum win in the 2017 National Architecture Awards

Congratulations to our talented alumni recognised in this year's National Architecture Awards.

Interview: Christine Wamsler talks climate change, urban planning and resilience with Alan March

Dean’s Lecture Series guest Christine Wamsler (Professor of Sustainability Science, Lund University) sat down with Alan March (Associate Professor of Urban Planning, University of Melbourne) to discuss the role planning has to play with regard to climate risk reduction and creating a more resilient future. 

In conversation: Donald Bates and Dylan Brady

University of Melbourne Architecture alumnus Dylan Brady is currently exhibiting his journey through architecture in a series of sketches in our Dulux Gallery. 

Morgan’s CMYK Chair takes out a suite of Melbourne Fringe Furniture awards

Master of Architecture student Morgan Doty has won the Melbourne Fringe Furniture exhibition prizes for the “Sustainability” and “Student” categories for her piece: the CMYK chair.

Lauren leaps into the Bachelor of Design

Lauren Murrant is the second recipient of the DELWP Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship. Find out about how she is adjusting to university-life, the scholarship and how she wants to give back to her community in Berwick.

Advancing gender equality in the transport sector

Much more can be done to improve gender equity in transport, and University of Melbourne urban planner Derlie Mateo-Babiano is leading the way through her research and the Women in Transport Leadership (WiTL) Network.

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