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Corporate entry Monash University (1958 - )

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Melbourne, Victoria


In 1958 Monash University was established by an Act of Parliament. Originally it consisted of a single campus in Clayton and the initial intake of students, in 1961, was 363. Since then Monash University has grown to six campuses within Australia as well as one in Malaysia and had a total of 42,950 students enrolled in 1999.

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Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions


  • Twenty Five Years of Chemistry at Monash, 1961-1985 (Clayton: Department of Chemistry, Monash University, 1986), 48 pp. Details
  • Davison, Graeme and Murphy, Kate, University Unlimited: the Monash Story (Crows Nest (N.S.W.): Allen & Unwin, 2012), 385 pp. Details

Journal Articles

  • Bolton, H. C.; Street, R., 'The Establishing of the Department of Physics at Monash University', Australian Physicist, 23 (8) (1986), 205-208. Details
  • Kershaw, Peter, 'Palynology at Monash [University]', Australian Archaeology, 12 (June) (1981), 71-78. Details
  • Muller, H. Konrad, 'Richard Charles Nairn, Foundation Professor of Pathology and Immunology at Monash University', Pathology, 31 (3) (1999), 285-299. Details



  • Davison, Graeme and Murphy, Kate, University Unlimited: the Monash Story (2012)
    Macintyre, Stuart, Victorian historical journal, 84, (2013), 166-9. Details

See also

  • Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, Technology in Australia 1788-1988, Online edn, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, Melbourne, 3 May 2000, Details
  • Eastwood, Frank, 'Roger Brown, a Life in Synthesis and Pyrolysis', Chemistry in Australia, 81 (1) (2014), 27. Details

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