1. Victorian Opera: Meet Opera's Bright Young Things - Kirilie Blythman

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    From August to October 2013, Moccasin documented the final months of the inaugural graduating class of the Master of Music (Opera Performance) program at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, a collaboration between Victorian Opera and the University of Melbourne. The course allows students to become part of the Victorian Opera company, performing in the chorus, understudying principals and sometimes even performing principal roles. We sat in on rehearsals, individual coaching sessions, performances at the Melbourne Recital Centre and the Malthouse Theatre, and a special performance at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne. We created three films for the program. One film showcases the course and gives an overview of all participants. The other two films are individual profiles of students Kirilie Blythman and Carlos E. Bárcenas, sharing their experiences with the course. Watch the films From Victorian Opera: Watch opera's newest and brightest stars share their experience as the inaugural class of the Master of Music (Opera Performance). A unique program run in association with Victorian Opera and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne. The Master of Music (Opera Performance) is a collaboration between the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne and Victorian Opera. The Master of Music (Opera Performance) is made possible by the support of the State Government through Arts Victoria. Supported by the Robert Salzer Foundation Featuring: Carlos E. Bárcenas, Kirilie Blythman, Olivia Cranwell, Christine Heald, Jeremy Kleeman, Timothy Reynolds and Daniel Todd. Special thanks to Rohan Astley at Victorian Opera and Steve Wyld at V.C.A. and M.C.M. External Relations. http://www.moccasin.com.au/2014/01/28/victorian-opera-meet-operas-bright-young-things/ Find out more: www.victorianopera.com.au | http://vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/partnerships/operaprogram

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    • Victorian Opera: Meet Opera's Bright Young Things - Carlos E. Bárcenas

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      From August to October 2013, Moccasin documented the final months of the inaugural graduating class of the Master of Music (Opera Performance) program at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, a collaboration between Victorian Opera and the University of Melbourne. The course allows students to become part of the Victorian Opera company, performing in the chorus, understudying principals and sometimes even performing principal roles. We sat in on rehearsals, individual coaching sessions, performances at the Melbourne Recital Centre and the Malthouse Theatre, and a special performance at the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne. We created three films for the program. One film showcases the course and gives an overview of all participants. The other two films are individual profiles of students Kirilie Blythman and Carlos E. Bárcenas, sharing their experiences with the course. Watch the films From Victorian Opera: Watch opera's newest and brightest stars share their experience as the inaugural class of the Master of Music (Opera Performance). A unique program run in association with Victorian Opera and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne. The Master of Music (Opera Performance) is a collaboration between the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the University of Melbourne and Victorian Opera. The Master of Music (Opera Performance) is made possible by the support of the State Government through Arts Victoria. Supported by the Robert Salzer Foundation Featuring: Carlos E. Bárcenas, Kirilie Blythman, Olivia Cranwell, Christine Heald, Jeremy Kleeman, Timothy Reynolds and Daniel Todd. Special thanks to Rohan Astley at Victorian Opera and Steve Wyld at V.C.A. and M.C.M. External Relations. http://www.moccasin.com.au/2014/01/28/victorian-opera-meet-operas-bright-young-things/ Find out more: www.victorianopera.com.au | http://vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/partnerships/operaprogram

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      • A new home for the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning - Episode 2

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        Building Bridges to Industry through the Project Planning Studio Episode 2 – October 2013 Students of the capstone Project Planning Studio already enjoy the pedagogical benefits of the new Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning building. The faculty and Brookfield Multiplex cooperate to provide the students with real life experience and insight into the construction process of a large scale, cutting edge building. For further information and to become a building supporter please contact: Andrew Middleton T: +613 8344 3111 E: miaj@unimelb.edu.au http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/blog

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        • Dean Xu Inaugural Lecture - "Emerging Dragons: The Rise of the Chinese Multinational"

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          Understanding the nature of Chinese firms is essential not only for those who wish to compete in the Chinese market, but also for firms that wish to maintain their position here at home. Yet understanding these firms is no simple matter. Chinese companies exhibit enormous heterogeneity in terms of origin, governance structure, resource endowment, and strategic objectives. In China, foreign multinational firms have long enjoyed a competitive advantage over indigenous firms. This advantage, however, seems to be eroding gradually. The strength of many large Chinese companies is increasing domestically. Many of them are fast learners and have been gaining ground against their foreign competitors, especially in the decade since China’s entry to the WTO. Moreover, as they grow in strength and size, many Chinese firms are becoming global players, gaining market share in Australia as well as other countries. In this lecture, Professor Xu will provide an analysis of the major types of Chinese firms, their competitiveness, and their weaknesses. He will also discuss some major strategic issues facing multinational firms in China, as well as important lessons that have been learned. Dean Xu is Professor of Management at Faculty of Business and Economics, the University of Melbourne. He received his PhD from the Schulich School of Business, York University in Canada. Previously, he has taught at Peking University, the University of Hong Kong, and China Europe International Business School. Dean's research interests include multinational firm strategy, Chinese firm strategy, emerging economies, and organizational theory. His research has appeared in Academy of Management Review, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Management Journal, and other journals. NB: This lecture replaces the Jane Lu inaugural lecture, which has been postponed to 2014 due to Professor Lu's international conference schedule.

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          • Using Technology to address NCDs, Fred Hersch

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            Doctor, Global Health Researcher and part of the NCDFREE team. Fred has a Masters in Public Health and a background in information technology, particularly the development of web based systems including tele-medicine. Fred was also part of the team that travelled to Ghana to produce one of our NCDFREE films. Fred Hersch discusses ”NCDs 2.0: the role of mobile and emerging technologies in the response to NCDs.”

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            • NCDFree Lucinda Hartley

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              Lucinda is an award winning designer from Australia, trained as a Landscape Architect, she spent two years working in slum communities in Vietnam and Cambodia before launching CoDesign Studio: a non-profit social enterprise, committed to helping disadvantaged communities to envision, design and implement neighborhood improvement projects. Lucinda's talk at our Melbourne launch focussed on “Rethinking the way we live- redesigning our cities, to make health easy.”

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              • TRACE Launch

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                Launch of the Australian-German College of Climate and Energy Transitions, October 22 2013, the University of Melbourne, Australia

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                • NCDFree - David Brajkovic

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                  David Brajkovic, General Manager of Remedy Healthcare, talks with Dr Alessandro Demaio about Remedy Healthcare's innovative approach to tackling NCDs.

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                  • The Chemistry of Art

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                    • VCCC Project - Fly through

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                      The Victorian Government has contracted Plenary Health to design, build, finance and maintain the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC). The facility will be purpose built for cancer research, treatment and care and will be the new home for Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. It will link with cancer services at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, The Royal Women's Hospital and The Royal Children's Hospital, providing all patients with access to the best services and facilities, and create new research and teaching facilities for the Peter MacCallum Research Institute, University of Melbourne and Melbourne Health.

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