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Visits on Hold

Dr Lazaros Andronis

Dr Lazaros Andronis, an Associate Professor in Health Economics, will be visiting Monash University between 1 May and 16 May 2020, hosted by Assoc. Prof. Dr Duncan Mortimer, Associate Professor & Head of Teaching in the Centre for Health Economics, Monash University.

The main aim of the proposed visit is to extend and consolidate ongoing discussions, and pave the path for mutually beneficial teaching collaboration between the newly established Centre for Health Economics at Warwick (CHEW) and the internationally acclaimed Centre for Health Economics (CHE) at Monash University.

The visit specifically aims to:

  • Develop an in-depth understanding of each Centre's teaching activities, available resources, current agenda and future plan with a view to identifying opportunities for collaborations.
  • The creation of a clear channel of communication between health economics teaching leads at CHEW and CHE.
  • Identification and mapping of currently available resources that can be readily shared between Monash and Warwick.
  • The creation of a blueprint for future joint activities and the opening of channels to explore the scope for co-developed postgraduate research projects, facilitated and supervised jointly by educators at Monash and Warwick.
Professor Michael Scott

Professor Michael Scott of the Classics and Ancient History Department will be visiting Monash University between 17 May and 23 May 2020, hosted by Dr Hilary Gopnik, Senior Lecturer, The Centre for Ancient Cultures, Monash University.

The main aim of the proposed visit is to begin the work of how we offer global connective and comparative historical and cultural studies on a secure pedagogical footing, and lead to a Monash/Warwick Education Alliance 2 year project application, which seeks to produce permanent ongoing resources that will be available for incorporation into UG modules across a variety of departments, both for on campus and on-line teaching, at both institutions.

Proposed activities and events of the visit include:

  • A public lecture presented by Scott, open to all staff and students, as well as members of the public, at Monash, on global history and culture
  • A UG lecture by Scott to students of the Centre for Ancient World studies
  • Discussions with Monash staff about a Monash/Warwick Education Alliance 2 year project application
In line with Government advice regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) there is currently no overseas travel on University business.