Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Alumni Dinner & Discussion: Healthy Future Cities - 9th September 2017

The University of Melbourne is coming to Kuala Lumpur and we'd love to see you there!

Hosted in partnership with the University of Melbourne Alumni Association in Malaysia, this event is more than just a catch up with old friends - it is also a unique opportunity to hear from leading Melbourne academics in a panel discussion about 'Healthy Future Cities'.  

Connect with fellow Melbourne alumni, enjoy dinner with the Alumni Association and learn about trends that will transform cities across Asia and beyond. 

Healthy Future Cities 
Cities are struggling as never before to deal with the challenges of rising and relocating populations, inadequate transport and scarcer natural resources. What must be done to ensure our cities have safe and cheap drinking water? How do we provide better transport? And why will sea level rise matter so much? There is hope for major cities, with governments and academics working together to improve living standards. Find out what the future holds with University of Melbourne academics from three very different disciplines exploring the possibilities that lie ahead.
 
Panellists:
  • Professor Peter Scales, Director of Engagement, School of Engineering and Director of the Particulate Fluids Processing Centre
     
  • Professor Mark StevensonDirector of the Transport, Health and Urban Design Research Hub and Professor of Urban Transport and Public Health, Melbourne School of Design

Moderated by Nazril "Nash" Idrus (BCom 1996), award-winning entrepreneur and edutainer, as seen on 'The Apprentice Asia'. 

Registration and payment is essential to confirm your booking. Register Now. 
 
We look forward to seeing you there.  

Where:
Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur
3 Jalan Stesen Sentral
Kuala Lumpur 50470
Location Map
Cost:
Super Early Bird: RM80 (by 7 Aug)
Early Bird: RM100 (by 14 Aug)
Standard: RM120 (14 Aug onwards)
Non-alumni: RM200

Questions
The Alumni Relations team
alumni-office@unimelb.edu.au

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