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11 November 2020

How languages help you stand out from the crowd

From law to tech, public health to environmental policy, catch up with some of our language graduates who are making an impact across various fields in Australia and beyond.
11 November 2020

Responsible business platform wins Sydney Genesis startup competition

Relievables, a responsible business management platform, has won the Sydney Genesis competition, the University of Sydney's flagship startup accelerator program.
11 November 2020

Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia elects Garry Barrett

Professor Barrett, Head of the School of Economics, will join 37 other new appointees to the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia - the nation's top social sciences advisory body.
09 November 2020

Holocaust memory: An Australian story?

75 years on since the liberation of Auschwitz, Holocaust studies expert Dr Avril Alba explores the legacy of Holocaust remembrance in historical and contemporary Australian life.
09 November 2020

University study finds economic window for native grains production

At the start of NAIDOC Week 2020, Dr Angela Pattison and colleagues have launched the first report from a feasibility study into using native grass grains as a modern food product. Initial findings look promising.
05 November 2020

Bronze Age travel routes revealed using pioneering research method

Using satellite imagery and ethnographic research, University of Sydney archaeologists have reconstructed the ancient seasonal migration routes of Bronze Age herders in Xinjiang, north-western China.
04 November 2020

Up-and-coming researchers awarded $10m

24 academics have been awarded funding through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
02 November 2020

"I don’t like Zorba"

A conversation with Vrasidas Karalis starts with Modern Greek, his official subject at the University of Sydney, and meanders into Classical Greece, the novels of Patrick White, the cinematography of Mad Max, the streets of Glebe, and many other pathways in the cultural labyrinth of this exuberant Greek-Australian ambassador.
28 October 2020

Quality teaching spurs jump in Times subject rankings

The University shows strong performance in the Times Higher Education subject rankings.
21 October 2020

Meet the grad forging a career in countering violent extremism

Peace and Conflict Studies alumnus Kosta Lucas is helping communities prevent and counter violent extremism through his consultancy, SynqUp.