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06 June 2023

Celebrating 70 years of cinema: the Sydney Film Festival’s enduring legacy

In its 70th year in 2023, the Sydney Film Festival reflects on its remarkable journey, and it may come as a surprise to many that its origins can be traced back to the University of Sydney.
30 May 2023

Why study political economy at Sydney

Explore the dynamics of contemporary capitalism and gain the necessary skills to effect change in a complex world.
30 May 2023

Myanmar peace advocate to receive Gold Medal for Human Rights

Aung Myo Min, Union Minister for Human Rights in the cabinet of the National Unity Government of Myanmar, will receive the Sydney Peace Foundation’s Gold Medal for Human Rights on Friday, June 2.
26 May 2023

Exploring the world of film with Margaret Pomeranz

Join Brighton Grace, a second-year Film and English student at the University, as he reflects on his experience participating in a masterclass led by renowned film critic Margaret Pomeranz and how it has shaped his understanding of the film industry.
05 May 2023

Artists at the end of the world

An acclaimed harpist, award-winning writer, distinguished sound artist and renowned visual artist come together to celebrate Earth Day through storytelling, performance and conversation.
05 May 2023

Reigniting a passion for film studies

We catch up with Imogen Gardam, Master of Arts (Research) student and the inaugural recipient of the Milan Milasevic Award in Film Studies, to learn about her journey back to the University and landing a role at Screen Australia.
02 May 2023

James Adams: A passionate educator at Cranbrook School

James Adams, a secondary school teacher, shares his love for teaching and how his time at the University of Sydney shaped his teaching philosophy. He offers advice for aspiring teachers and reflects on his childhood dream of becoming a palaeontologist.
19 April 2023

Celebrating Birriwal Guying (Strong Bird), the Gould’s Petrel on Broughton Island

Worimi community members and other stakeholders recently gathered on Broughton Island to celebrate the arrival of the Birriwal Guying (Strong Bird), the Gould’s Petrel, and learn more about the seabird conservation and cultural heritage research underway on the island.
13 April 2023

The many forms of research collaboration

In this series, academics at SSSHARC share insights into the collaborative dimensions of their research. Sophie Chao talks to us about critique, community, and care in the peer review process.
11 April 2023

Community celebration of student excellence in languages and cultures

With special guests including benefactors and official representatives from various countries, the School of Languages and Cultures held its 2023 Awards Ceremony in recognition of 94 high-achieving students for their academic performance.