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.
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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.
Even though the University of Melbourne doesn’t have a fashion design course, we do have one of the most stylish cohorts in Melbourne! From high-end fashion brands, edgy street style that rivals an Off-White fashion show, through to classic vintage looks, our campus bustles with creative talent.
Do you enjoy writing, performing and discussing creative works? The Creative Literature and Writing Society (CLAWS), is the club for you! We aim to 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!
New York-based head of Politics and Government at Instagram, and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce alum, John Tass-Parker was named in the 2019 Forbes ‘30 Under 30 – Law & Policy’ list and continues to transform digital communications.
Bachelor of Science graduate Ze Yue Sin works in International Operations Support for a Japanese food and beverage company, and each day utilises her knowledge of food science, environmental science and chemistry.
Working for Bates Smart, one of Australia’s oldest architectural practices, Master of Architecture graduate Audrey Cavalera feels a sense of belonging and credits her studies at Melbourne for instilling a certain way of thinking, a work ethic, and a process of self-awareness around the lifelong learning involved in her discipline.
At first glance, the leap from actuary to #girlboss may not be immediately apparent, but for Bachelor of Commerce graduate and Nudie Glow founder and CEO Ruby Wang, it was obvious.
Bachelor of Arts and PhD alum Gin Chee founded an art gallery, Zhan Art Space, with her brother – who is also an alum - in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. When she’s not working at the gallery, Gin is volunteering as President of the Malaysian Alumni Association.