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IBL Applications Open, Munch and Mingle, GDSC Recap & More!

Hey <<First Name>>, its week 6 which means you are already halfway there! Take a quick breather and resolve yourself to run the rest of the marathon. In this newsletter you will hear about upcoming events from the Faculty of I.T, a recap of our GDSC Event, our third installment of meet the committee and information about new campaign launches!

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Learn. Lead. Change.

Welcome to a single-day festival of ideas, featuring expert speakers from a variety of disciplines taking place on Friday 9 September from 3pm at the Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts. The festival is free to attend, but an event pass is essential for access to the event.
Explore the possibilities and perils of this new, interconnected virtual space.
As we confront ever-pervasive, disruptive and additive technologies, are we losing our ability to foster real, intimate human connections?
Dive deeper into the world of virtual currencies and the value of digital assets in today’s volatile market.
Gender-based violence 
Kristy McKellar & Tarang Chawla discuss how we still have a long way to go regarding the issues of consent and respect.
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Yuki the GDSC Lead talks about types of events run in GDSC
Trent showcasing A.I with Google Cloud
Yuki thanking everyone for attending the session

GDSC Recap

Thank you to all of those who attended our GDSC Launch last Tuesday, it was great to see so many of you come and enjoy the talk given by our Google speaker Trent. We look forward to hosting more events like this featuring more talks from Google representatives through GDSC. Join the chapter here.

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Munch and Mingle!

In your first year and looking to make friends? Or perhaps you began your course online and are just keen to meet new people in person! Join us on Tuesday 13th September from 7-8:30 PM at C1 Lecture Theatre.
We’re creating the ideal setting for you to:

  • create the connections you want
  • discover different groups that share your interests
  • hear about how you can make the most of your time at uni
  • discover all that life at Monash has to offer
Register Your Attendance
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Meet The Committee

This week in Meet The Committee, you will be introduced to Michelle Hong, our Club Secretary for 2022-2023. 

Hey <<First Name>>!, I’m Miche
lle and I'm your typical 2nd year student studying the bachelor of IT, majoring in interactive media. 

I don't really know where I'm heading in life at the moment so I've drifted through different medical reception positions through to a social research call center and I'm hoping to apply for the next opening for a tech role there.
Photo of Michelle as a Child with her Mother
In my free time, I really enjoy playing party games, doing arts and crafts and overeating. My favorite genres in games, movies and manga are always going to be survival, horror or philosophical if you guys ever have any recommendations! I'm really good at not staying awake and not being able to focus on two things at once! To the left is an image of me, as a baby, waving to my underlings.

I'm quite socially awkward but I'm always up for a convo so please don't be afraid to approach me.

Join us this National Child Protection Week!

My Pictures Matter is the newest campaign from our Faculty’s AiLECS Lab researchers aiming to build an AI algorithm using ethically crowdsourced data that can detect digital child exploitation material.

You can participate in this world-first initiative by submitting a childhood photo of yourself which will be used to build the algorithm and help the Australian Federal Police in their ongoing battle against child exploitation.
Comic Panel showcasing the My Pictures Matter campaign
Join us this National Child Protection Week!
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FIT IBL Program: Applications for S2, 2023 and S12024 are now open

Are you interested in gaining a competitive edge over your fellow graduates? Do you want to gain industry experience while studying your degree? Then you should apply for the FIT IBL Program, a selective entry 23 week industry placement with one of our leading Industry Partners. 

Many companies look for graduates with industry experience, by participating in the IBL Program you will learn how Industry operates and have the opportunity to take the skills you have learnt as part of  your studies and apply them in the workforce.

Applications will close at 11:55 PM SUNDAY 2 OCTOBER 2022. No late submissions will be accepted.

Apply Here
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