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24 May

Development of Walanga OSMP – Drop-in session

The Indigenous Strategy and Services team is inviting staff and students from across the University to participate in shaping the next Indigenous strategy. These informal drop-in sessions are a safe place for everyone to share their ideas and comments on key elements of the new strategy.

24 May

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Exclusive ‘Blaze’ Film Screening

A special community film screening of ‘Blaze’ directed by Archibald prize-winning artist Del Kathryn Barton, followed by light refreshments. The screening will be followed by a recorded conversation with the film’s director – allowing us to unpack some of the advocacy within the film. Please note that this screening and discussions will cover sensitive topics. Support will be made available at this event.

31 May

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academic showcase

Celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academic colleagues and their achievements and research. There will be opportunities to speak with presenters, learn more about their field of research, and connect in a culturally safe environment.

Updates and services

Flu vaccinations available on campus

On-site flu vaccinations will be available throughout May. Pharmacy vouchers and flu vaccination reimbursements (up to the value of $25) can also be requested via the portal through to the end of July. Book your vaccination or claim your voucher online.

Payroll error reminder: form for staff to complete

Staff affected by the payroll error that occurred in the 14 December pay run last year are asked to nominate their preference in making additional tax withholding payments prior to the end of the financial year. There are now only four pay cycles remaining to make these additional tax withholding payments. If you have already completed the form, please disregard this message. 

We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.

Read our Guidelines for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communication