University of Melbourne Magazine

George Megalogenis has made it his mission to help Australians understand their country.

The Alumni Council plays an important role in shaping the University, ensuring the connection with students past and present is strong.

It’s called ED. The place people instinctively turn to when they are injured or suddenly ill, and where the doctors are ready for anything.

Regular exercise in middle age is the best lifestyle change a person can make to prevent cognitive decline in the later years.

As a senior diplomat, Margaret Twomey has learnt to expect the unexpected.

Libraries of the world… exclusively yours online.

At 87, Nigel Dick isn’t ready for retirement. He’s poured his experience at the top of the Australian television industry into his latest project – a PhD.

Lynette Phuong has travelled to Mongolia to advocate for better public health.

A Melbourne education involves more than lectures and libraries. For arts student Maheshi Kapilaratna, one of the highlights of her degree is having a mentor.

Dissatisfied with campus fare, Salvatore Malatesta did something about it. Now he is exporting Melbourne’s cafe culture to the world.

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