We may be physically separated, however our community is more connected than ever.
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.
Channel your inner author
Do you enjoy writing, performing and discussing creative works? In the Creative Literature and Writing Society (CLAWS),we provide a welcoming environment for writers of all backgrounds and skill levels, where you can express yourself, tell your stories, socialise with like-minded people, and of course, have fun!
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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.
Rio Tinto and the anatomy of corporate culpability
Heads have finally rolled over the mining company’s shameful destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelter, but what are the legal implications and how does corporate culture matter?
Scaling up efforts to tackle male self harm
Men and boys account for 75 per cent of deaths from suicide, making them a key group for interventions, but an expanded national effort to prevent suicide demands that we have evidence of what actually works
How to undo Australia's epic water fail
The failure of the Murray Darling Basin Plan is linked to poor political decisions but also to poor market design. The allocation mechanism for our most valuable tradable natural resource is now a gambling pit, so what can be done to fix this mess?
How respect for Indigenous knowledge could change modern Australia
Activist and member of The Sapphires, Dr Lois Peeler AM, explores how respect for Indigenous knowledge could and should change modern Australia in this year’s annual Dungala Kaiela Oration