MGSE staff news
NAIDOC Week 2021
The 4th of July marks the start of NAIDOC Week, a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' history, culture, and achievements. This years theme – Heal Country! – calls for all of us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites and our cultural heritage from exploitation, desecration, and destruction.
NAIDOC digital resources
Visit the Official NAIDOC resources webpage to explore and download a variety of Heal Country! themed Zoom backgrounds, email signatures and more.
Dean's Lecture: Lois Peeler AM
As part of MGSE's NAIDOC Week celebrations, Dr Lois Peeler AM will present a special Dean's Lecture titled 'Learning from the Land: A Case Study of Worawa Aboriginal College' on Monday 5 July. Registrations are required.
Register your NAIDOC event
If you are planning to host a NAIDOC Week event this year, please email your event details to Melitta Hogarth, Assistant Dean Indigenous, to ensure events across MGSE are captured for communications messaging and reporting.
As restrictions lift and we return to campus, staff will see that the final part of our refurbishment project is complete – new plants to brighten our work areas.
Special Studies Program - Short
Applications for the Special Studies Program - Short (SSP-S) for Semester 2 of 2021 are now open.
SSP-S involves special study for a buyout of 2 x 24 hours subjects. The objective of SSP-S is to support and build upon high performance. Academic employees can use SSP-S to:
- Contribute to their individual career development, individual performance development, achievement of current work role goals and objectives, renewal and the achievement of excellence across the academic domains of research, teaching and learning, engagement and/or leadership;
- Contribute to the achievement of the discipline, the MGSE and University strategic objectives, as expressed in the MGSE strategic plan;
- Strengthen and increase engagement with industry, government and the professions and develops opportunities for future collaboration, including with international partner institutions
We will be awarding 4 SSP-S
Continuing and fixed term (up to 31 December 2021) academic employees at Level A or above are eligible to apply.
A sub-committee of the Faculty Appointments and Promotions Committee will meet to consider all SSP-S applications.
The Special Studies Program Guidelines can be found at the Staff Development, Education and Performance Policy (MPF1227) https://policy.unimelb.edu.au/MPF1227#section-2.5 and Academic Appointment, Performance and Promotion Policy (MPF1299) https://policy.unimelb.edu.au/MPF1299#section-5.3
Please complete the application via Smartygrants and attach your CV and your supervisor’s support.
The closing date for applications from eligible academic staff wishing to apply for SSP-S is Friday 9 July, 2021.
Late applications will not be considered.
Enquiries about the application please email email@example.com.
Income Statements 2020-2021
As per Australian Taxation Office (ATO) requirements, the University will report all of the details of your Income Statements (formerly known as Payment Summaries) to the ATO via Single Touch Payroll reporting by 14 July 2021. The ATO will produce your Statement for 2020/2021, which you can access through your myGov account.
Online access via myGov is the quick and easy way to obtain your Income Statement. If you don’t already have a MyGov account, you can create one by visiting MyGov.
University influenza vaccination program
Book your influenza vaccination today. Travel to your vaccination is considered a 'medical reason' to leave your home during any lockdown. Eligibility criteria and booking information is available on the program website. For any enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org.