21 December 2022

Bringing Latin American cultural expertise to TV series Bump

As cultural consultant and screenwriter for the Australian comedy-drama show, Spanish and Latin American Studies expert Dr Fernanda Peñaloza highlights the importance of authenticity in linguistic and cultural diversity on local and global screens.
20 December 2022

Unpacking late capitalism

David Elias Aviles Espinoza, PhD candidate in Political Economy, explores the origins of the term 'late capitalism' - a buzzword often used on social media to explain the absurdity of some free market economies.
13 December 2022

5 reasons to get the Diploma of Language Studies

Gain sought-after skillsets from the state’s leading institution for Modern Languages.* Our flexible pathway program allows you to learn a language (or more) during or after your degree at your own pace.
13 December 2022

A remedy for life

Author Ruth Wilson's quest to 'thoroughly understand her own heart', as Jane Austen wrote in her novel Emma, led her to study a PhD in her eighties and to pen a memoir which highlights a lifetime of lessons learnt from Austen's novels.
08 December 2022

STEM Reach to regional schools

Students from far north NSW, many of which have been affected by the recent floods, are set to benefit from a professional learning program focused on developing teachers' capacity to collaboratively design integrated STEM curriculum for school students.
05 December 2022

New Contemporaries 2022

Sydney College of the Arts' New Contemporaries exhibition returns to highlight the work of this year's graduating cohort.
05 December 2022

New student exchange program with the University of Otago

The Discipline of Government and International Relations in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney, and the University of Otago have just signed the first Student Exchange Agreement in New South Wales between the two universities.
05 December 2022

Indonesian Studies at the Consulate: students share cultural research

In a first, Indonesian Studies students presented their research projects on language and culture at the Indonesian Consulate General in Sydney.
24 November 2022

Academics named Fellows of the Australian Academy of Humanities

University of Sydney academics from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Sydney Law School have been appointed as Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
17 November 2022

$2.2M boost for research equipment and infrastructure

The University of Sydney has been awarded more than $2.2 million in funding for new research equipment and infrastructure.