Members of the Students of Royal Melbourne (StoRM) club are invited to attend an online games & trivia night.

This is a chance for members to unwind from the stresses of a research degree and the recent lockdown. We will be playing some games via zoom, along with some trivia questions. There will be prizes for the winners so put your best foot forward!

The Zoom link will be emailed to all registered members and available on the Club Facebook page.

Winterfest 2021 is upon us and the Host Program is back bigger than ever from the 20th – 29th of July! 

✨ Are you an expert in getting around the UniMelb campus? Do you know where the best coffee spots and cheap eats are? Then you are perfectly qualified to be a volunteer host for WinterFest!🤩
⚡️UMSU’s Host Program is recruiting and we want YOU to join us! Being a host is about welcoming new students to UniMelb and taking them on a tour around campus and uni life.⚡️You’ll get rad merch, meet new peeps and even clock some LiCA hours!

Applications for volunteer hosts are now OPEN

Applications close the 27th of June.

More information on our page or email us at


“Based on public health advice and the University of Melbourne’s  implementation of social distancing measures, UMSU continues to host the majority of our events online.

For the limited number of in person events happening on campus, we continue to undertake government-recommended measures. BEFORE YOU COME TO CAMPUS, please read more about important COVID-safe return to campus guidelines on our website here.”

A causal monthly zoom for first and second year DVM students as well as faculty of the Melbourne Veterinary School to catch up, chat and mingle with each other.

Zoom Link:

Meeting ID: 865 2564 8100

Password: 9999

International Numbers:

Join Thursday’s SGM online at midday.⁠

Zoom link is available at:⁠.

Please ensure you log in with your UniMelb Zoom account ONLY. Other accounts will not be given access to the SGM.

De-stress Dance

Presented by UMSU Creative Arts and Union House Theatre

Let’s all get up and groove together to shimmy and sashay the stress away! That’s right, De-stress Dance is BACK and right when we need it most as we finish up the semester and head into exams. Join us online for a dance sesh with some fellow movers and shakers, listening to a specially curated playlist and embracing that footloose and fancy-free life.

Please note that the in-person session has been postponed – stay tuned for the new IRL date.
In the meantime, we’d love for you to join us online:

When: Tuesday 8th June, 4pm-5pm
Where: Zoom
Cost: Free!
Facebook event


Participation in Workshops and Masterclasses is open to all University of Melbourne students.

If you have any questions email or call 83446975

Accessibility is very important at UHT. Please contact us so we can provide you with the right support to participate in this activity.

In celebration of the end of Semester 1, we are going to be screening “My Octopus Teacher” which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. In collaboration with Wildlife Conservation Society, the event will take place on Netflix via the Teleparty extension, so we will be sending out the link to you 1 hour beforehand. In order to access the Netflix Party, you will need to have a Netflix account.

Date: 29/5 (Saturday)
Time: 4:00pm (AEST)

 Ayaan Qani and Reem Faiq; a Somali Muslim Woman and Iraqi Muslim Woman want to discuss in a 90 minute anti-racism workshop how Islamophobia takes shape in online spaces. We will explore how racist rhetoric can lead to violent acts of terror as was the case for the Christchurch attacks where the online space of 4chan was utilised.

We also would like to explore how Islamophobia manifests in screen spaces. We will examine the role Islamophobic tropes play onscreen in reinforcing and further orientalising and vilifying Muslims.

This event is autonomous and open to BIPOC. Food will be provided!

Training Room 1 – Union House

Time: 2-3:30, Monday 24th of May

Register to attend here:

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Welcome to MUMS’ seminar series, proudly presented by the Education sub-committee! We are very excited to have Dr Trish Campbell speak on the topic: “All models are wrong, but some are useful – supporting the control of infectious diseases using modelling”.
Who would have expected to see our leaders on national television explaining policy decisions and ‘flattening the curve’ using modelling? The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened public awareness of the important role that models can play in managing transmission and control of infectious diseases. But it’s not all about COVID-19 — the classic infectious disease model has been around for almost 100 years and has been used to answer questions about many diseases in that time. In this talk, Dr Trish Campbell will provide an introduction to infectious disease modelling and the types of questions that such models can be used to answer. A real-world application of modelling used to inform decision making will demonstrate additional complexities that may need to be considered when formulating models.
The seminar will be dual-delivered on Zoom and in the JH Michell Theatre, Peter Hall Building.
If you’re planning to attend the seminar in person, please register here:
Zoom link:…
Password: 722888
🌟The Indigenous department is collaborating with the POC and Queer departments to bring to you a fun-filled night at the Ida bar for BIPOC Queer students!🌟There will be a bar tab, food, fun party activities and some drag queen appearances – what more could you want?🤪
🌈When: 13 May
🌈Where: 5-8pm, Ida Bar
Theme is 50 shades of glitter get ready for alot of it!
Register here
UMSU PoC, Queer and Indigenous acknowledges that the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations are the traditional custodians of the land upon which we will be holding these events. We pay our respect to their elders past, present, emerging and we extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples. We acknowledge that the land we are on was stolen and that sovereignty was never ceded. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land

Hey FOF fams!

Get together for a wholesome evening where you can enrich the audio materials of Australian cultural documents. By transcribing and correcting any errors in the transcripts with the others, your night will surely get amplified!

For more details, please visit:

Time: 8.00pm – 9.00pm

Date: 5th May 2021

Location: Zoom Meeting (

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