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31 October 2022

10 best horror movies for a spooky Halloween

Associate Professor Bruce Isaacs, senior lecturer in film, shares his love of Halloween and the classic horror movies that are required viewing on the spookiest night of the year.
28 October 2022

Socceroos and Diamonds protest ‘sportswashing’: experts weigh in

Australia's soccer and netball teams have dominated headlines this week for their political stances, drawing support and criticism from University of Sydney experts.
28 October 2022

Professor Anika Gauja appointed ARC Executive Director

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has appointed Professor Anika Gauja as Executive Director for Economic, Social and Behavioural Sciences.
28 October 2022

Daniel Peltz announced as Artist in Residence

Daniel Peltz has been appointed to undertake an academic exchange supported by the prestigious Gilbert Fellowship from the Sydney Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Research Centre and Sydney Environment Institute through the Sydney College of the Arts.
25 October 2022

New fellowships provide hands-on teaching experience

One of the most difficult things in becoming an academic is getting teaching experience while you’re studying. Now two new fellowships are available for PhD students interested in developing their teaching skills and becoming a job-ready academic.

19 October 2022

Everything at stake during the upcoming US midterm elections

Associate Professor David Smith is a senior lecturer in American Politics and Foreign Policy. He is jointly appointed between the United States Studies Centre and the School of Social and Political Sciences. 

18 October 2022

New ArtSS Career Ready Industry Project launched

Students interested in boosting their problem-solving skills and employability can now apply for the new Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences’ 2023 ArtSS Career Ready Industry Project.
14 October 2022

University of Sydney joins the Rainbow City

The University of Sydney will showcase a night-time rainbow mural in celebration of the Sydney WorldPride 2023 festival at the Footbridge Gallery at the Camperdown campus.
12 October 2022

Religious bullying in the school playground and how to combat it

Religion-based bullying is increasing in Australian schools. A new book and report urge school principals to value religious education programs to promote intercultural understanding.
07 October 2022

Approaches to advocacy key to addressing access

A new research partnership between the University of Sydney and People with Disability Australia (PWDA) has found effective approaches to advocacy are key to overcoming significant barriers to NDIS access experienced by people with psychosocial disability living in institutional facilities.