Gender Studies: Opening Doors Beyond The Classroom

Alumna, Tam Xueh Wei shares an insight into her degree.
SASS 10th Anniversary

On 1st December 2018 the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) celebrated its 10th anniversary, welcoming back 76 of its alumni as well as members of staff past and present.

Understanding Visual Communication through Screen Studies

Alumna, Helen Jambunathan tells us more about her experience with screen studies and has proven to be really useful in her line of work as a behavioural analyst for a market research consultancy in London.

Gender and sexuality justice in Asia: Finding resolutions through conflicts

The inaugural International Conference on Gender and Sexuality in Asia (CoGen 2018) welcomed more than 40 participants comprising early career researchers, senior academics and even researcher-cum-activists who congregated at Monash University Malaysia (MUM), from 12-14 November 2018.
Discussing Fake News

Dr Tan Meng Yoe from the School of Arts and Social Sciences shares his thoughts on fake news and the things that we need to think about before sharing information from social media.

WhatsApp: Methods and methodologies

This was a small symposium dedicated to sharing and comparing methods for researching WhatsApp and involving seven scholars from the region currently working on WhatsApp.

Making Sense of the Complexities of Media and Communication

Dr Tan Meng Yoe shares insights on the complexities of Media and Communications.
Of Film Pitches and Social Science Quizzes: SASS in Sri Lanka

The School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) at Monash University Malaysia recently (27 Oct. 2018) teamed up with International Scholar Education Services (ISES) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to organize a half-day event aimed at introducing the social sciences and humanities to pre-university students.
Monash Arts Scholarship Contest

Thirty students from Sunway College, City of Islington Sixth Form College, and City University participated in the event and all of its four challenges. It was a fun-filled day for the students.
Gender inclusivity workshop wins Monash Vice-Chancellor award

'Understanding Gender Inclusivity in Malaysia' workshop receives 2018 Vice-Chancellor Award for Diversity and Inclusion at Monash Malaysia.

Effective writing: The key to success

School of Arts and Social Sciences Writing major, Chua Hui Chei, shares how the art of effective writing opens up endless career opportunities in today's goal-oriented marketplace.

An Amazing Cultural Journey through ICEP

The Inter-Cultural Enrichment Program (ICEP) is an enrichment program that enables students to experience the diverse Malaysian culture and immerse themselves in the rich multicultural, multi-ethnic environment.
2017 PVC Awards and Commendations

Congratulations to Dr Joel Moore and Dr Marco Buente.
Is it illegal to be homosexual in Malaysia?

Dr Joseph Goh, Lecturer in Gender Studies was recently interviewed on R.AGE.
Revitalising the Arts and Social Sciences
16 July 2018

As the new Head of School, Professor Helen Nesadurai will continue to take steps toward bridging the gap between academia and industry.

Communication and Media Studies in Monash University
5 July 2018

Alumna, Jowee Tee shares her experiences as a student who studying in Communication and Media Studies.

Global Studies: a Perfect Match
21 June 2018

Final year student, Alicia Nicholle, shares how the Global Studies program has changed her life.

Seminar Series and Book Launch
17 April 2018

By Dr Joseph N. Goh, Lecturer in Gender Studies.


Arts students simulate UN Global Compact on Migration
14 April 2018

One hundred and twenty students participated in a half-day Model United Nations conference on 14 April 2018 simulating the UN Global Compact on Migration.

Best Graduate Award April 2018
6 April 2018

Congratulations to our students on being awarded the Best Graduate Award.
P.Ramlee, The Star
5 April 2018

Dr Jonathan Driskell recently spoke to BFM 89.9 to discuss the stardom of P. Ramlee.
SASS Guest Lecture for AUSMAT students
28 March 2018

Dr. Marek W. Rutkowski, lecturer in global studies, gave a guest lecture for the students of Australian Matriculation (AUSMAT) programme on 28 March 2018 at Sunway University.
Cambridge Analytica: Damaging Democracy with Data
19 March 2018

Dr Julian Hopkins, Lecturer in Communication shared his views in BFM 89.9.

The SASS Alumni of Monash University Malaysia organised their first event of 2018, titled “Insta-Elections: Youth, Politics & Social Media” on 19 March 2018.
A Roundtable on the Rohingya in Malaysia: Bridging the Gap Between Aid and Resettlement
6 March 2018

The School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) recently hosted a roundtable on the Rohingya in Malaysia,  organised by Centre for Public Policy Studies and Asylum Access Malaysia.
Video killed the radio star
21 February 2018

Dr Julian Hopkins, Lecturer in Communication shared his views in BFM 89.9.

Going big on social media
9 January 2018 

Dr Julian Hopkins, Lecturer in Communication was recently interviewed by The Star.