Loud, fun and artistic, Mikaylah Lepua is studying photography as part of the Bachelor Fine Arts (Visual Art) and exploring her culture through her own unique lens.
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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.
For Wiradjuri man Daniel Riley, a dancer, choreographer and teacher at the Victorian College of the Arts, dance is more than self-expression, it is the opportunity to connect more deeply to Country, culture and land.
As we work from home, acknowledging the traditional owners of the land is more important than ever. But how do we acknowledge Country in the digital realm?
A Noongar Woman from Western Australia, Brittney Andrews is a Bachelor of Science student, Student Outreach Intern at the University’s Indigenous institute Murrup Barak, go-getter and future paediatrician.
We’re going to tackle the issue of diversity in STEM head-on. There’s simply no room for prejudice in the STEM workplace. You’ll hear from some amazing people who are taking on bias in STEM, and winning.