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06 July 2020

Student spotlight: On working with Bauer and studying Education

Mary recently completed an Industry and Community Project unit (ICPU) and got to work with Bauer Media Group. She shares her experiences, answers questions about online learning and tells us about what the University of Sydney is like.
06 July 2020

Alumni achievements in Indigenous art, free media, and public policy

An iconic Indigenous artist, a Malaysian free media campaigner, and a policy shaper in Pakistan are among the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences’ 2020 Alumni Award winners.
06 July 2020

Why empowering parents and children is a society-wide effort

The pandemic has presented difficulties for parents and social workers alike, says Parenting Research Centre director of policy and practice, Annette Michaux. But the profession is built to thrive in challenging times like these.

02 July 2020

New early offers for talented students in music and visual arts

The new Creative Arts Special Admissions Scheme offers talented Year 12 students a chance to enter music and visual arts degrees based on audition and portfolio prior to getting their ATAR.
02 July 2020

Meet our 2020 Westpac Future Leaders Scholar

Master of Human Rights student Brianna Kerr is a 2020 recipient of the Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship, awarded to outstanding postgraduate students focused on finding innovative ways to create a better Australia.
01 July 2020

Hugh Harley appointed Professor of Practice (Global Economy)

Alumnus and former PwC Financial Services Leader (Asia-Pacific), Hugh Harley brings his industry and teaching experience to his new role as Professor of Practice (Global Economy).
26 June 2020

7 reasons why hosting the FIFA Women's World Cup is awesome

Expect a surge in interest in soccer from Soccer Mums and their kids around Australia. The government will need to urgently invest in facilities.
26 June 2020

10 ways an arts degree can change the world

Passion, new perspectives, and an understanding of the past and the future are some of the best ways to make a difference to our world, writes Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison.  

25 June 2020

Politics student wins University Medal and Michael Jackson Prize

Bachelor Arts/Bachelor of Laws student Nina Dillon Britton has been awarded the 2020 University Medal and Michael Jackson Prize for achieving the highest mark in Government honours.
24 June 2020

Call for SCRIPTS 2020 doctoral fellowships now open

The Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script” (SCRIPTS) is offering up to four postdoctoral fellowships within its International Research College (IRC).