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29 October 2021

Arts graduate and double scholar pursues Oxford dream

Arabic Language and Cultures alumna, Iman Salim Ali Farrar, has been awarded two competitive scholarships to pursue her passion in Arabic studies and politics – one which began since her childhood in the Middle East.
28 October 2021

Seven women poets shortlisted for Australia's richest poetry prize

The 2021 judges reviewed 309 unpublished manuscripts by Australian women poets to determine a shortlist of seven stunning entries. The winner of the $40,000 prize will be announced at a ceremony on 12 November.

27 October 2021

What should we make of COP26?

What must world leaders do to secure the future of humanity? University of Sydney experts suggest the existential threat of climate change won't be solved by targets of 'net zero by 2050' - much more must be done.
22 October 2021

2022 Hunt-Simes Visiting Chair of Sexuality Studies announced

Promoting international collaboration, the 2022 Visiting Chair of Sexuality Studies will see three academics conduct innovative research at Sydney.
22 October 2021

Sydney Rare Book Week: explore the treasures of the library

The library's collections encompass the precious, the beautiful and the downright weird. During Sydney Rare Book Week, we celebrate these riches, from valuable comics to texts that shaped history.

20 October 2021

Shaping public policy in Indonesia

Studying a Master of International Studies helped Adinda Muchtar discover her passion for public policy.
20 October 2021

Sharing Sciences Po students' stories

Ever wanted to travel abroad, immerse yourself in French culture, learn a new language and complete a dual degree?
18 October 2021

What to make of the legacy of Holocaust survivors

Few Holocaust survivors remain, and soon there will be none. Dr Avril Alba writes that it is up to us to continue their legacy of remembrance and education: the continued dangers of racism, antisemitism and political and social inequalities underscore this.
15 October 2021

From an arts degree to connecting global talents at TikTok

From an economics degree and interning at OECD, to appearing on news headlines as a TikTok creator and now TikTok’s Community Manager, Pavel Grozdov’s non-linear career is one based on a strong foundation in the arts.

14 October 2021

How an economics degree fuels a start-up career

Ashan Dias is a postgraduate alumnus and former international student creating new opportunities for young businesses.