09 August 2023

2023 David Harold Tribe Poetry Award shortlist announced

The University received 522 submissions for the 2023 David Harold Tribe Poetry Award. The seven shortlisted entries represent a snapshot of the varied poetry currently written in Australia.
02 August 2023

National Archives of Australia empowers students with their career aspirations 

National Archives of Australia reflects on their recent experience hosting a Master of Museum and Heritage Studies student, Emma, praising her research and advanced communication skills.

31 July 2023

Sexual consent education program wins $1.1 million research boost

Professor Lee Wallace and Dr Victoria Rawlings from the University of Sydney's Sydney Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Research Centre (SSSHARC) to support Consent Labs with school programs that seek to prevent sexual and gendered violence.
27 July 2023

University welcomes esteemed scholar and curator of Indigenous art

The University's Power Institute and the Discipline of Art History will host Gerald McMaster, an internationally renowned artist, curator and scholar of contemporary art, museology and Indigenous aesthetics from OACD University in Toronto.
26 July 2023

On the Beach stage adaptation is poignant and life-affirming

Associate Professor Huw Griffiths, in English Literature, reviews On The Beach, a new Australian play by Tommy Murphy adapted from Nevil Shute's classic end-of-the-world novel.
26 July 2023

Honours student using art to confront mental health stigma

How this honours student is bringing conversations about mental health out of the shadows.
26 July 2023

Freya Bruce-Gilchrist: Honours student uncovering lost voices

Freya Bruce-Gilchrist shares her experience as an honours student, and how a trip to the library inspired her to shed light on forgotten stories.
25 July 2023

Global celebrations to commemorate an economic visionary's timeless legacy

The School of Economics has collaborated with the University of Glasgow and a global network of leading institutions to celebrate the tercentenary of Adam Smith, a pivotal figure in the formation of economic science.
24 July 2023

University of Sydney to host international cultural heritage delegation

The University of Sydney is partnering with the Consortium of Humanities Centres and Institutes (CHCI) to send three humanities experts in cultural heritage to the 21st General Assembly of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).
19 July 2023

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences announces new Head of School

Professor Azrini Wahidin will join the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences as Head of School, Social and Political Sciences.