Founded at the University of Sydney in 1986, the Celtic Studies Foundation supports teaching and research in the study of Celtic languages, history and archaeology. In 2015, the foundation received a generous gift from the Scottish and Welsh communities to make possible teaching in Scottish Gaelic and Modern Welsh. The foundation also hosts public lectures and conferences to share their research findings with their community and the wider public.
The Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation facilitates research in the archaeology of the Near East, Egypt and Cyprus and brings the world of Near Eastern archaeology to the general public. The foundation holds public lectures and seminars and conducts overseas archaeological study tours for students. They also provide annual research grants to students in Australia and New Zealand.
Established by a bequest from alumnus Dr John Joseph Wardell Power, the Power Institute is a research and public education foundation. Through generous gifts and the support of the Power Foundation Council, the Power Institute:
The Sydney Peace Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes peace with justice. Through Partners in Peace, the foundation brings together business, media, public service and community stakeholders with academics to: