Career evening sessions
Join us at one of our inspiring and informative career evening sessions to learn how our courses offer you a wide range of fulfilling career paths.
Hear from our leading academics and industry professionals, learn more about double majors and combined degrees and discover the wide range of support services, including scholarships, admission requirements and alternative pathways, available at Murdoch.
Light refreshments are available to enjoy while you chat to current and past students about their Murdoch experience.
Register your interest in our upcoming events to receive more information closer to the date.
Public lecture series
Be our guest as world-leading researchers from Murdoch University present a series of free public lectures tackling fascinating facts and common misconceptions about a diverse range of topics.
You can RSVP to upcoming public lectures below.
Fifty shades of GMOs - facts and issues
1 May 2017
Professor Michael Jones tackles the facts and misinformation surrounding the topical issue of genetically modified crops, commonly known as GMOs.
The Bindjareb Yorgas Health Program: Aboriginal women coming together for their health and wellbeing
8 May 2017
Dr Caroline Nilson discusses the Bindjareb Yorgas Health Program, a research intervention program designed to provide a culturally appropriate approach to health promotion among Aboriginal women in Pinjarra.
Mother, Facebook and baby makes three: Can social media provide social support for mothers of young children?
15 May 2017
Dr Catherine Archer investigates whether social media can provide social support and relieve some of the stress associated with new motherhood.
22 May 2017
Reconnecting the aging brain
Dr Ann-Maree Vallence discusses her exciting research into the causes of age-related decline in voluntary movement, and the possibilities of developing interventions to slow or even reverse this decline.
29 May 2017
Australia at the Bulls-eye: Global Food and Water
Dr Wendell Ella tackles the issue of food and water as global resources, and Australia's potential to be a future world leader in this area.
5 June 2017
Community Bat night
Join us for a fascinating evening with a wide range of activities for all ages, including a guided campus bat walk, bat talk and BBQ as part of World Environment Day.
12 June 2017
Virus Wars: Defeating an Invisible Enemy
Discover Professor Cassie Berry's vision for a world protected from the silent spread of unleashed viruses through vaccine-induced immunity.
19 June 2017
From Salamanderfish to Sawfish: What is lurking in Western Australian inland waterways and how can we help them?
Take a journey to the wonderful world of Western Australia's unique freshwater and estuarine fishes and crayfishes with Dr Stephen Beatty.