Ideas in Action
Your Ideas. Your Change.
If you are a graduate student at the University of Melbourne, you have the opportunity to submit an idea. Your idea could change GSA, change your University, or even change your world.
How It Works
Q and A
It might seem like a lot of stressful things have come and gone recently – exams, or the same-sex marriage survey – but looking after your mental health is still important. Here's a list of free mental health and wellbeing resources for students.
Join us for free pizza, arancini and finger food for Storytelling Night at Burnley (Student Amenities Building). GSA Storytelling Nights foster community for graduate students by providing a space in which to share a meal, swap stories, and make sense of graduate experience with their peers. This a student-led and student-focused event featuring real stories as shared by you. How did you get here? What were your hopes and expectations? Have these changed and were any fulfilled? Where is your graduate experience headed now? Graduate students are pretty special. So many of you combine work, pursuits, and love with study. Thousands of you travel from overseas countries to be here. You negotiate bureaucracy, family, work demands, aspiration and self-doubt daily. Grit, guts and sacrifice got you where you are now. Let’s gather to celebrate what is – and what it takes – to be ‘graduate’. Facilitator and Host: Yana Canteloupe, GSA Lead Storyteller & PhD Candidate
We're optimistic about the same-sex marriage survey results showing a win for the Yes campaign. But regardless of the results, remember that it's okay to step away, look after yourself and to seek support. Here's our round-up of info and resources to help. #marriageequality 🏳️🌈