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The O' to 4 Mentor program was created for students by students. O' to 4 introduces new students to existing students to support them through their first weeks at UQ. Using the online platform, students can join groups to chat & meet up, and even browse other students' profiles to find people they might have most in common with. Maybe you want to connect with students who: are parents, are your age, share your gender identity, are locals, are new to Brisbane, play tennis, or have similar hobbies. Be brave & start a conversation!
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The Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) is a leading research institute at The University of Queensland - ranked in the world's Top 20 for life sciences. The UQ IMB Industry Mentoring program connects IMB researchers completing their PhD and Early Career Research, to a one-on-one industry mentor in a relevant field. This mentorship empowers researchers to: understand and practice the translation of their research and professional attributes to industry contexts, grow their professional networks, shape their career and enhance their employability by making real connections.
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Join UQ’s new social network!

Meet new friends and connect with like-minded students that share your interests through chat groups and facilitated on & off campus meetups. Whether you are into food, drinks, arts, culture, fitness, games or study - find your circle online at UQ Mates.
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Created by Vet students for Vet students, this program offers a great support and connection tool for students in the UQ Vet Program. Find out about social events for Vet Students, get helpful tips and meet new people for chats or important conversations. Vet students sign up & connect one-on-one with senior Vet students. Senior students known as Peer Helpers are approachable and super easy to talk to online. If you're a UQ Vet Student & you want or need someone to talk to or want some advice, join today!
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Zoom partners senior UQ students with a lived experience of disability or mental health to our first year students, who also identify as having a disability and/or lived experience. Your mentoring partnership will focus on three key areas including:

• Practical advice: study tips, navigating university life.
• Social support: making friends and networking.
• Matching you with a peer who can share their experience of university.
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The Dentistry student experience is more than just that courses you complete. It's also about the people you meet and the connections you make! The Dentistry Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program was created as a student-staff partnership project, to provide a connection and support tool to help new Dentistry students navigate through their first few weeks in the dentistry program. Sign up to be connected to a Peer Mentor (a senior Dentistry student) who will introduce you to a peer group of fellow first year students and facilitate group mentoring catch-ups on and off campus. You can choose to connect to a peer mentor who: is your age, shares your gender identity, is a Brisbane local, moved to Brisbane for study, gives great advice, or has similar hobbies. If you're a new student and want to get connected to the UQ Dentistry community, join today!