29 Jul 2015

Medical student creativity shines in AXM logo competition

L-R: AXM creator A/Prof Rob Selzer, Mr Lewis Ronan (the
winner with his winning design) and Ms Fiona Foley, AXM
project coordinator.
AXM, the innovative learning tool for medical students developed by Monash University is now the proud owner of its very own logo! (see below)
A competition was held for medical students to get creative and design a logo for AXM. AXM was launched in mid-2014 and is currently being used by over 200 third year medical students across Victoria. A total of 49 entries from 16 medical students were submitted and presented a very tough job for the judging panel!

The quality and creativity of the entries was really impressive, but of course, there can be only one winner and that was Lewis Ronan, a 3rd year student from Central Clinical School. Lewis’ winning design will be used as the logo on the AXM website and he has won himself an iPad mini for his efforts. Congratulations to Lewis and thank you to all who entered.

For more about AXM, see:
www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/education/umed/axm.html
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