2012 Origin Foundation John Monash Scholar Squadron Leader Chris Lowe reflects on ANZAC Day during COVID-19
Anzac Day in 2020 was unlike any other in living memory, with people told to stay at home instead of attending traditional Dawn Services and other commemoration services. It gave me pause to reflect on my own military service and how it relates to the strange times we find ourselves in.
Applications for the 2021 John Monash Scholarships Now Open
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2017 Commonwealth Bank John Monash Scholar Vafa Ghazavi writes on how individual action and responsibility affects social transformation
Picture: Vafa Ghazavi being presented with his John Monash Scholarship Certificate by Foundation Patron-in-Chief His Excellency, General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK CVO MC (Retd).
Vafa Ghazavi is a specialist in policy and philosophy currently studying for a Doctorate in Public Policy at the University of Oxford with his John Monash Scholarship. Using his expertise in ethics and policy he has penned a piece on understanding the nuances of the rise of individual action and how it can shape society for the better.
2019 ANZAC Centenary John Monash Scholar Captain Will Leben reviews 'The Dragons and The Snakes: How the Rest Learned to Fight the West'
If you're catching up on some reading, Captain William Leben has written a review for 'The Dragons and The Snakes: How the Rest Learned to Fight the West' by David Kilcullen. William's expertise in defence and foreign policy provides an in-depth understanding and evaluation of the newly published book.
2005 John Monash Scholar Andrew Hudson joins expert panel for University of Melbourne Law School Virtual Event 'Leading Through Crisis'
Andrew Hudson will be providing his 20 years of expertise in international advocacy for a stimulating discussion on what leadership means in difficult and uncertain times. The Virtual Event on 12th May 2020 at 5.30pm AEST is hosted by the University of Melbourne's Law School and will include an opportunity to put questions to the panel.