We may be physically separated, however our community is more connected than ever.
Beginning your mindfulness journey
Welcome to A Walk On The Wise Side, a six episode podcast series on mindfulness in the modern era. If you’re feeling burned out, lost, or overwhelmed with current affairs, you’ve come to the right place.
Yoga Club: Finding balance in a changing world
Campus life is all about making new friends and sharing, so please come and join us for some fun with not-so-serious meditation sessions and mantra music!
Meet Ethan: First Nations student and Bachelor of Arts graduate
For Kaantju, Girrumay and Badu man, Ethan Savage, studying at UniMelb gave him the chance to find a new home in a new city, meet lifelong friends and connect to his First Nations heritage.
How to look after yourself
How can we flourish in life, even when things aren’t going well? This bite-sized lecture by Associate Professor Peggy Kern takes us through the ways we can not only look after ourselves but thrive.
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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.
Trump or Biden: the implications for Asia
The US is more needed but less trusted in Asia in 2020 than it was four years ago, but how could the next president restore America’s credibility in the region?
Translating thought into action
The first human trial of a tiny device that reads brain signals is successfully allowing patients with paralysis to operate computers and phones with their minds.
Helping to develop empathy in digital classrooms
When it comes to empathy development during COVID-19, how can schools help their students to develop and grow when being face-to-face with their peers and teachers isn’t an option?
The algorithms of art
Professor Kate Smith-Miles studies how mathematics can help us trust algorithms, but her work unexpectedly created beautiful, mathematically-generated art.