The power of advocacy
|Discovering Suzhou and Shanghai|
2 - 12 December 2019
Thirteen students from the School of Arts and Social Sciences, led by Associate Professor Yeoh Seng Guan and assisted by Ms Hong Di-Anne, set out on a 10-day study trip to Suzhou, China.
|A writer's sharing|
28 November 2019
Afifah Muhammad Jamal from Monash University Malaysia's School of Business takes writing units the School of Arts and Social Sciences offers as a minor and shares her thoughts on the discipline.
Preparing communicators for a digital future
Digital Transactions in Asia III Conference
The third Digital Transactions in Asia conference took place at Monash University Malaysia from the 20th to the 22nd of November 2019. The conference was the result of a collaborative effort between Monash University Malaysia’s School of Arts and Social Sciences and the University of Queensland’s Institute for the Advanced Study in the Humanities.
Unlock your hidden potential
Alumna, Tan Jyy Wei shared her view in studying Master of Communications and Media Studies.
|The tassel is worth the hassle|
16 November 2019
Alumna Kimberly Wan Mei Wah, CEO and co-founder of Otomate Me, receives the Distinguished Alumni Award during Graduation Day on 16 November 2019.
|Best Graduate Award November 2019|
16 November 2019
Congratulations to our students on being awarded the Best Graduate Award.
International Workshop on Food and Representation
|Critical consumption of media|
29 October 2019
Alumnus, Yap Yoong Jian adds his perspective to the ongoing dialogue on representation.
|MKH managing director Tan Sri Datuk Eddy Chen presents guest lecture on affordable housing in Malaysia.|
9 October 2019
Monash University Malaysia is honoured to welcome Tan Sri Datuk Eddy Chen Lok Loi, Group Managing Director of MKH Berhad and Chairman of Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia, who is on campus to deliver a special guest lecture on affordable housing in Malaysia to students of AMU2140: States and Markets.
Educating the world on gender
Ratwatte shared that the Gender Studies courses she followed at SASS changed her worldview for the better.
|Nasi Bungkus Cinema : M for Malaysia|
6 September 2019
M for Malaysia (2019) documents the 14th Malaysian General Elections (GE14) directed by Datin Dian Lee and Ineza Roussille.
|Studying the Impact of RSPO Certification on Palm Oil Workers|
13 August 2019
Dr Joel David Moore, senior lecturer in global studies, garners an industry grant, to study the impact of sustainable palm oil production and work environment certification on workers.
Dr Emma Baulch, lecturer in Communications and Media Studies, conducted a workshop for 30 students from Sunway College Johor Baru on 9 August 2019.
|2019 Sabah, Malaysia : A Voyage to the Land Below the Wind|
14 July 2019
A group of 15 students, together with Dr Yeoh Seng Guan and Dr Tan Meng Yoe were headed towards KLIA at the brink of dawn while the rest of the Klang Valley were most likely still snuggly in bed.
|Nurturing skilful communicators|
4 July 2019
Gaviota Rajendhiran Nair shares how her degree helps sharpen her communication skills and heighten her versatility in the challenging work environment of today.
Tenby Shah Alam Campus Visit to MUM
Dr. Marek W. Rutkowski, lecturer in global studies, conducted a workshop entitled "Linking Past and Present: What history can tell us about the world today?" for the Tenby International School Setia Eco Park.
|Workshop in Chung Hua Middle School|
20 June 2019
Dr Nicholas Chan, lecturer in global studies, gave a guest lecture for 150 students at Chung Hwa Middle School in Kuching.
|Framing empowerment in adverts|
20 June 2019
Alumna, Helen Jambunathan shared her view on how disciplines like Screen Studies help us see the distinct components that go into creating effective and meaningful visual communication.
|MUFY Students Take Home Scholarships and Invaluable Experiences|
10 - 14 June 2019
25 Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY) students participated in the Monash Arts Immersion Programme and Scholarship Competition organised by the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) at Monash University Malaysia.
From business fields to communications sectors, Monash University Malaysia SASS graduates navigate today’s career minefield like true professionals, adhering to traditional practices but inspiring employers and colleagues with their creative, daring and contemporary approaches to work.
|Becoming a global citizen: The power of an arts and social sciences degree|
13 June 2019
Computers may have speed, precision and data on their side, but how about creativity?
3 Minute Thesis
SASS representative Ms Nadiah Ahmad presented her thesis, titled: Assessing the efficacy of gender mainstreaming policies.
|Nasi Bungkus Cinema : My Digital Stories|
14 May 2019
MY Digital Stories, a program of short films made by students enrolled in the second-year Film, Television and Screen Studies Unit “Digital Screens”.
|'My Digital Stories' Filmmaking Workshop 2019|
13 April 2019
The workshop was led by two very special guests and internationally recognised film industry professionals from Brunei.
|Nasi Bungkus Cinema Relaunch - Yasmine and the Beginnings of a Bruneian Film Industry|
11 April 2019
The screening of the first ever feature film from Brunei – Yasmine (2014), directed by Siti Kamaluddin.
|Best Graduate Award April 2019|
5 April 2019
Congratulations to our students on receiving the Best Graduate Award.
|Becoming more like WhatsApp won't solve FB's woes|
15 March 2019
Facebook will be moving towards encrypted services. Can we depend on this new move that our information will be protected?
|SASS joins £20m global research hub|
12 February 2019
The School of Arts and Social Sciences joins £20m global research hub aiming to harness benefits of South-South migration.
Malaysia still a flawed democracy
Associate Professor Marco Bünte shared his views on Malaysia and the EIU democracy index in BFM 89.9.