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Mal Logan
... He was Vice-Chancellor of Monash University from 1987-1996 ... In 1971, Sir Louis Matheson, then Vice-Chancellor of Monash, invited Logan to take up a professorship at Monash ... Although Logan knew little about Monash at the time, he wanted to return to Australia, and chose the University because it seemed "the liveliest and brightest place" ...
Louis Matheson - Later Life
... Beyond his work at Monash, Matheson also oversaw the development of two universities in Papua New Guinea, and was Chancellor of the University of Papua New Guinea from 1973 to 1975 ... distinguished awards for his achievements at Monash ... He received Honorary Doctorates from Hong Kong, Manchester, Melbourne and Monash Universities, and was knighted in 1976 for services to education ...
Louis Matheson - Vice-Chancellorship At Monash
47 years old, Matheson became the first Vice-Chancellor of Monash University, a position he held until 1976 ... When Monash opened, Matheson led and oversaw rapid development, from an empty site in Clayton, to a university recognised internationally for excellence in research and teaching ... Matheson managed the tumultuous years of student activism at Monash in the late 1960s and early 1970s ...
Monash Institute Of Medical Research
... The Monash Institute of Medical Research (MIMR), is an Australian medical research institute located in the Melbourne suburb of Clayton, Victoria, consisting of 400 scientists and students belonging ... The institute occupies two buildings on the Clayton campus at Monash Medical Centre and has close interactions with the hospital, Southern Health, Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research, Monash ... Together with the collaborative resources of Monash University and the Monash Health Research Precinct, the impact of MIMR research by translation from 'bench to bedside' is ...