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14 Jun

Men's Health

This session will focus specifically on mental health challenges faced by men and boys, including the stigma faced when it comes to talking about mental health. It will also provide practical strategies for creating a psychologically safe workplace to encourage men to speak up and access support both preventatively and in the intervention space.

17 Jun

Media@Sydney: Professor Lance Strate

Taking inspiration from questions posed by T.S. Eliot, Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University in New York City, and President of the Institute of General Semantics, takes issue with the view expressed among internet boosters that information is the basis of knowledge, and knowledge is the basis of wisdom. 

19 Jun

Western Sahara and the struggle for human rights today

Join us to hear Mohamed Mayara, journalist, human rights defender, unionist, and advocate for the decolonisation of Western Sahara after a screening of his short film '3 Stolen Cameras', and in discussion with guest panellists including Chair of Aboriginal Education and Indigenous Studies, Associate Professor Lynette Riley, Wiradjuri, Gamilaroi.

Updates and services

Feeling ill? Recover at home!

With winter colds and cases of the flu and COVID-19 on the rise, it's important to keep yourself and your colleagues safe. If you feel unwell or are displaying any symptoms related to a cold or flu, respiratory type illnesses or other illnesses, take personal leave and recover at home. Don't forget that casuals are able to access five days special leave to cover sickness or caring responsibilities as part of the 2023–26 Enterprise Agreement.

Upgrade to SEAMS

The new Sydney eLearning Account Management System (SEAMS 2) will replace SEAMS 1 on 5 June to help prepare for the start of Semester 2 and improve administrative efficiency. 

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