08 July 2019

Scholarships open for 2020 UN Commission on the Status of Women

Addressing gender equality and the empowerment of women across the globe.
05 July 2019

Moving beyond the human: multispecies justice and philosophy

In an age where logging is bringing about the potential extinction of orangutans – with whom we share 97% of our DNA – and the Murray Darling fish kills have farmers talking about the ethics of water, two philosophers are rethinking ideas of justice.
04 July 2019

Espionage and warfare in the digital age

The Centre for International Security Studies 'Global Forum' series explores surveillance, cyberweapons and a new precariousness in global politics.
02 July 2019

Without data justice, digital government reform puts homeless at risk

Homeless people become increasingly smartphone dependent as government services go digital, replacing shopfronts with online self-management portals. Digital reform needs to address data affordability for a fair and inclusive welfare system.
01 July 2019

Top of the class

Murat Dizdar helps nurture some 800,000 students across more than 2,200 NSW schools. And it all started with a Bachelor of Education at the University of Sydney.
01 July 2019

Art School alumnus: Experimental rocker turns abstract artist

Acclaimed contemporary artist and alumnus Jonny Niesche reflects on devising and developing his distinctive aesthetic at Sydney College of the Arts.
01 July 2019

From the Dean

The first half of 2019 has been so busy that it is hard to believe that we are halfway through the year with the shortest day already behind us and the evenings just starting to lengthen again.