As COVID-19 continues to impact our work, social and home lives, it is important to check in with one another.
We asked Melbourne staff member, Judy Morgan, the question, ‘R U Ok?’
Judy shared her response and explained her experience with COVID-19 and the challenges she has faced in 2020.
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I’m Anna, a Bachelor of Medical Science student majoring in Nutrition based in Cairns. Climate change may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of nutrition, but our environment, food systems, and health are intrinsically linked.
Global Voices was an opportunity to unite my passions of nutrition and environmental sustainability for real life application in national and international contexts.
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No one could have predicted what 2020 would hold for all of us, as a university and on a global level. It has been a difficult and stressful year to say the least
Through taking action to keep ourselves and others safe from the spread of COVID-19, we have been met with unprecedented levels of stress, uncertainty and loneliness as a consequence.
Dealing with ongoing stress and ambiguity has a big impact on how we think and feel about ourselves and how we cope with the day to day challenges we face. As a result, many people are more vulnerable at this point.
It’s okay not to be okay. It’s okay not to be coping. It’s okay to be grieving as restrictions continue to impact our lives. We have had less opportunity to exercise, socialise, study on campus, and fewer chances to connect with friends, family, fellow students, and work colleagues.
2020 continues to present us with challenges. That is why it is important to check in with others. R U Ok? Day is coming up again this year on Thursday, 10 September.
Keep reading to find out about R U Ok? Day and read advice from our Student Counselling and Wellbeing team.
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R U Ok? Day has become a national call to action to empower people to connect in supportive ways. This year it’s happening on Thursday, 10 September.
As a part of R U Ok? Day, we are asking you “How Do You Say Are you okay?” and how do you reply when asked that question? We want to share the ‘real ways people ask if others are okay’. We recognise the complexity and sensitivity of mental health and that it’s often not a simple ‘are you okay?’ with a yes or no response.
We are compiling a video that will share student voices. Keep reading to find out more!
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Do you want to save time and find the best sources of information for your assignments?
Join our librarians for online Library Training Sessions and learn how to get the most out of your Library. Keep reading for session dates and details.
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RHD student and member of the Student Representative Council, Roksana, shares her research journey about group-based assessments.
Keep reading to find out about Roksana’s research.
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RHD Candidate and CQUni staff member, Colleen McGoldrick, has had her ups and downs throughout her PhD journey.
From deciding if she should start a PhD to being in the final stages of her PhD, Colleen shares her story and advice to those thinking about starting a PhD.
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CQUniversity’s Student Health Promotion Coordinator Liza Costello is passionate about helping students stay happy, healthy and connected, despite the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this blog post, she shares her latest project for CQUni students, Skills and Thrills, and explains why you should join the free online workshop series. Keep reading to find out more…
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With everything happening in the world at the moment, don’t miss this opportunity to share your global perspective and drive change.
Term 2 applications for Global Voices scholarships are open now and close 23 August 2020. CQUniversity is offering two fully-funded scholarships to attend the UNFCCC Climate Talks and the Un Commission on the Status of Women.
If you are you passionate about global issues and want to share your voice whilst getting the opportunity to travel, then Global Voices is for you! Keep reading to find out why you should apply, how to apply and frequently asked questions.
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Academic Integrity comes in many forms. To highlight the importance of upholding academic integrity, we have compiled a series of case studies.
Contract cheating and collusion is a serious breach of academic integrity.
Keep reading to find out about Karen and her academic misconduct case.
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