23 August 2023

Indonesian Studies in action: enriching local and global engagement

For over 65 years, the study of Indonesia at Sydney has led to partnerships with the local Indonesian community and Indonesia. National, bilateral and international connections continue today – including with the Consulate General of Indonesia and UNESCO.
16 August 2023

Sydney Spotlight with Associate Professor Jen Scott Curwood

We chat to Associate Professor Jen Scott Curwood about her role in supporting ethical research, integrating games into the secondary English curriculum, and sparking youth engagement and creativity through narrative-based videogames.
15 August 2023

Experience Germany: expanding horizons with overseas immersion

Learning a new language overseas unlocks new skillsets and possibilities for the future. Finance and Computer Science student Ryan Fung shares what he gained from his experience in Berlin, where he learnt the German language for the first time.
14 August 2023

Experience Korea: unlocking new language and cultural knowledge

Through an intensive in-country program, undergraduate students can delve into the local culture to learn the Korean language. We speak to Media and Communications student Nandini Dhir about her recent overseas immersion in Seoul.
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.