We may be physically separated, however our community is more connected than ever.
Bite sized lecture: how diet can improve teen health
Senior Lecturer (Human Nutrition), Dr Anita Lawrence explains why good nutrition and a 'healthy food environment' are vital for development and the creation of healthy habits for young people.
Meet Brittney: a Noongar woman from WA
Brittney Andrews is a Bachelor of Science student, Student Outreach Intern at the University’s Indigenous institute Murrup Barak, go-getter and future paediatrician.
Slow TV meditations
An antidote to the fast pace of modern life, Slow TV is an ideal way to enhance mindfulness and focus. It can also help you to relax while you study. That’s why we sent a filmmaker to capture some of the most beautiful corners of our grounds.
International student support: academic skills
As an international student, developing your academic skills is key to your study success. We're here to help you grow and refine the skills you need to succeed at Melbourne.
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No matter where you’re located, our community remains connected. Share your own story, get involved with events hosted by clubs and societies each week or check out stories from our students and staff.
We’re working and studying from home wherever possible. Find advice on setting up your home office and access essential tools for your digital workspace.
Nourish your mind
Create, innovate and learn fun new skills each week. We’re streaming some of our favourite podcasts, collections, and performances from across the University straight to you.
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Wellbeing in the time of COVID-19
Enrol now in a series of free short courses for staff and students to help you improve your wellbeing. These short courses will each provide valuable life-skills and understanding which will improve and maintain well-being even in the face of challenging life circumstances.
Find an alumni mentor
Ever wondered what your dream career is really like? Can an internship or volunteer role increase your employability? The Ask Alumni program is an opportunity to connect with alumni who have been in your shoes.
Hear from our Bachelor of Commerce students as they provide information and tips to help you manage your finances.
The politics of hacking
Associate Professor Dunbar-Hester discusses the cultures and the communities of the digital era, with a focus on media and tech activists.
The stuff of death and the death of stuff
Cultural anthropologist Dr Hannah Gould researches death and discarding – looking at spirituality and how COVID-19 is changing the way we deal with the dead.
Testing, testing, testing: can blood tests help detect cancers early
With the COVID-19 pandemic highlighting the importance of testing, and our capacity to undertake it at large scale, can we use these testing strategies for earlier diagnosis of cancer?
Is transparency at work good for productivity?
In a time of remote working, questions around motivation and productivity are more important than ever. Is transparency the answer?