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14 March 2023

Future collaboration between Sydney and ANU philosophy postgrad students

Post covid, postgraduate students from the University of Sydney and the Australian National University (ANU) are relaunching an annual cross-institutional student-led conference.

08 March 2023

Queer research initiatives at Sydney

Professor Lee Wallace and Dr Victoria Rawlings from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences discuss their research during Sydney Mardi Gras and WorldPride.
07 March 2023

Fellowship to support outstanding scholars in Creative Practice

The University of Sydney has partnered with the Australian National University to establish the SSSHARC/HRC Fellowship in Creative Practice.

07 March 2023

Connecting culture and creativity

For emerging artist Morgan Hogg, winning the Jerome de Costa Memorial Award has provided the support and freedom she needs to make her visions possible.

02 March 2023

How effective are Holocaust education programs?

Associate Professor Avril Alba will lead research with three Jewish and Holocaust museums around Australia to assess the long-term impact of Holocaust education programs.
21 February 2023

International and Global Studies – your gateway to international career opportunities

The BA/BAS International and Global Studies degree equips students with the analytical tools to solve complex problems in a global context.

15 February 2023

Global Voices scholarship recipient shares her experience

We caught up with the 2022 Global Voices scholarship recipient, Amy Duong, who recently returned from her trip to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
24 January 2023

How languages enrich interdisciplinary learning: curating Asian art

Shortly after completing her undergraduate studies, Arts graduate and University Medallist Jennifer Yang curated her first exhibition at a Sydney gallery. She shares how language and cross-cultural skills unlocked doors to new career possibilities.
18 January 2023

China's TV dramas: exploring the popularity of Xianxia

Dr Yu Sang from the School of Languages and Culture explores how China’s Xianxia TV dramas, a growing pop culture phenomenon in the country, are inspiring contemporary citizens to reconnect with classical traditions.

16 January 2023

Eddie Woo explores Economics at Sydney

Economics is crucial to creating unique solutions to major problems and challenges such as global warming, poverty, development, and recession, and offers a global, flexible, and highly employable qualification.