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15 June 2021

Visual Arts student makes her public debut with University project

Last year Visual Arts student Morgan Hogg created a Screen Arts project to highlight the Pacific Islands’ climate crisis and its cultural impacts. Her work re-emerged as an immersive exhibition in Sydney.
08 June 2021

Fulbright Scholarship for Philosophy Alumna Hannah Orban

Hannah Orban, Philosophy Honours graduate, talks about her journey from Arts degree and NSW Govt graduate program working on initiatives for students with disability, to a Fulbright Scholarship at the University of Michigan.
03 June 2021

5 reasons to study a Bachelor of Economics

The Bachelor of Economics will equip you with the skills, knowledge and industry expertise to make real-world impact and succeed in your career.
24 May 2021

Students create platform to report sexual harassment, bullying in law firms

A group of students at the University of Sydney have developed Confidant - an online platform where users can anonymously report and seek redress and support for bullying and sexual harassment in law firms.
20 May 2021

Arts philanthropist awarded honorary doctorate

Nelson Meers, a leading advocate of Australian cultural life and arts organisations, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Sydney.
18 May 2021

Proposed SpaceX base threatens lands and livelihoods in Papua

Elon Musk's proposed SpaceX base in Biak, Papua could have a negative impact on local livelihoods and the environment, argues Southeast Asia expert, Dr Sophie Chao.
18 May 2021

1 in 5 NSW teachers temporary, vulnerable to exploitation

Temporary teachers, the majority of whom are female and not temporarily employed by choice, face the same work demands as permanent teachers - yet face more pressure due to their precarious work status.
14 May 2021

Australians support managed reopening of borders

A new poll commissioned by the Sydney Policy Lab has found the majority of Australians support a careful reopening of international borders once more people are vaccinated, and from countries where the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
13 May 2021

Studying a Master of Economics

Can I study if I'm working full-time? How about recognition of prior learning? And what's the difference between the Master of Economics and the Master of Economic Analysis? Read on to find out about your postgraduate Economics study options.
13 May 2021

Australia’s richest poetry prize: $40,000 to celebrate women poets

The Helen Anne Bell Poetry Bequest Award will be offering a $40,000 prize to the recipient for her collection of poems reflecting Australian culture. The winning collection will be published by Vagabond Press.