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MAL LOGAN, AC June 3, 1931 – September 17, 2022

Professor Mal Logan was a transformative figure in higher education in Australia who leaves a profound legacy. As vice-chancellor of Monash University from 1987 to 1996 and as a scholar of international distinction in geography and public policy, he made an extraordinary contribution.

At Monash, his conviction that Australia’s future lay in Asia led to the internationalisation of the university – both through opening offshore campuses in Malaysia, India, China and Indonesia and in expanding the make-up of its student body. His commitment to…

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