Art & Design Gallery exhibition - 'Behind the seen', an exhibition of Dutch graphic design firm Studio Dumbar. Art & Design Building, Caulfield. Mondays to Fridays, 11 am to 5 pm, Saturdays, 2 pm to 5 pm. Until 16 October.
Rare Books exhibition - 'Science fiction: An exhibition of material featuring our collection of comics and science fiction magazines from the 1920s to the 1950s'. Rare Books Exhibitions area, 1st floor, ISB wing, Main (Matheson) Library. Until 28 February.
Science Centre exhibition - 'The ghosts of the great Russian dinosaurs'. Deakin University, Rusden campus, Blackburn Road, building E. Sundays only, from 11 am. Until end October.
Monash University Gallery exhibition - 'Robert Owen: Between shadow and light. London works from 1966-1975 and new directions'. Building 55, Clayton. Tuesdays to Fridays, 10 am to 5 pm, Saturdays, 2 pm to 5 pm. Until 30 October.
MPA women's seminar - 'The Women's Power Handbook'. Authors: Joan Kirner and Moira Rayner. South 1, building 64, Clayton, 1 pm. Bookings: Sarah Lawson, extn 58166 or extn 53198, or email email@example.com
1999 Eleanor Shaw lecture - 'Listening to the earthbeat: The challenge of Aboriginal health in Australia', by Pat Anderson, director, Danila Dilba Medical Service, Darwin. ABC Southbank Centre, Iwaki Studio, 8 pm. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Careers seminar - 'Marketing yourself for employment'. Room 133, Berwick, 1 pm.
Anatomy seminar - 'Stereological assessment of the testis from mouse to bull', by Associate Professor Nigel Wreford. Padua theatre, ground floor, building 13C, Clayton, 4 pm.
Provisional CLCS research seminar - 'Visit by Michèle Le Doeuff in conjunction with the French section of SELC'. Room 809, building 11, Clayton, 3 pm.
Environmental Forum seminar - 'Pay the rent: Indigenous cultural sovereignty and land rights' by Fantom, Indigenous Solidarity Conference. R6, building 8, Clayton, 5 pm.
HUMASS research forum - 'Indigenous Australia meets indigenous India: A work in progress', by Lyell Wilson. 1S116, Gippsland, 1 pm.
Biological Sciences seminar - 'Ancient fossil forests in Antarctica: Floristics and environment of permian coal-forming vegetation', by Dr Andrew Drinnan, School of Botany, Melbourne University. Lecture theatre S8, Clayton, 1 pm.
Accounting and Finance seminar - 'An empirical examination of the relationship between information asymmetry and the quality of earnings announcements', by Mr Cameron Hooper, University of New South Wales. Room A1.37, Caulfield, 11 am.
Psychology colloquium - 'The effect of repeated experience on children's suggestibility', by Dr Martine Powell, School of Psychology, Deakin University. Colloquium room, 3rd floor, building 17, Clayton, 1.05 pm.
Music seminar - 'Francis Poulenc: Anomalies within the literature', by Ms Betty Scarlett. Elizabeth Burchill rooms, G38, Performing Arts Centre, Clayton, 4.30 pm.
Philosophy seminar - 'On parity', by Michèle Le Doeuff (CNRS/Oxford). Library, 9th floor, room 916, building 11, Clayton, 2.15 pm.
Making Music series - 'Strauss, Die Fledermaus Overture, Arutingan, Trumpet Concerto (soloist Anthony Pope), Tchaikovsky, Swan Lake Suite op 20, Hughes, Linn O'Dee and Mussorgsky arr Ravel, Pictures at an Exhibition', New Monash Orchestra, conducted by Mark Ostyn. Robert Blackwood Hall, Clayton, 8 pm. Bookings: extn 51111.
Enhancement Studies information evening - 'Study options for high-achieving senior secondary school students', Gippsland, 7.30 pm. Registrations: extn 55859, or email email@example.com
Anatomy seminar - 'Regulation of cytokine signalling in neural development: role of socs genes', by Dr Ann Turnley, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Padua theatre, ground floor, building 13C, Clayton, 4 pm.
GES special guest lecture - 'Manipulating maps and winning elections?' by Professor Ron Johnston, University of Bristol, 1999 European Geographer of the Year. Room SGO 1, Manton rooms, building 11, Clayton, 3 pm.
Free public lecture - 'The uniqueness of an ethics for psychiatry', by Jennifer Radden, Massachusetts. R6, building 8, Clayton, 1 pm.
Enhancement Studies information evening - 'Study options for high-achieving senior secondary school students', Clayton, 7.30 pm. Registrations: extn 55859, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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