University of Melbourne Magazine

Archaeologist Dr Brent Davis won the Michael Ventris Award for Mycenaean Studies in recognition of his work on undeciphered Aegean scripts.

3010 is now more than a magazine – it’s a podcast too. The 3010 podcast will take you into the lives of some of our amazing alumni, revealing the fantastic – and, occasionally, surprising – places their Melbourne degree has taken them.

For journalist and arts alumnus Matt Tinney, hopping into a plane with an 80-year-old aerobatics pilot in the cockpit is just another day at the office.

Millions of people are being forced to flee the places they call home.

An Australian company recreates a New York icon on Broadway.

Two alumni are keeping order in Federal Parliament

Donald Hossack OBE PSM (MB BS 1954, BA 1975, MD 2006, Trinity College) overcame dyslexia to become a world-renowned surgeon who helped bring about landmark road safety legislation mandating the wearing of seat belts and alcohol breath-testing.

A collector’s multi-million dollar vision and treasure trove of art adds a new dimension to Southbank.

For a teenage Alice Pung, author John Marsden was just the write stuff.

Sam Voutas reflects on eight years of filmmaking experience in China.