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10 July 2020

Socio-economic, environmental impacts of coronavirus quantified

How is COVID-19 impacting people and the planet and what are the implications for a post-pandemic world? This world-first study led by the University of Sydney quantifies the socio-economic losses and environmental gains.
07 July 2020

Business Dalyell students innovate online to solve global challenges

Through the Dalyell Scholars program, high-achieving Business School students have worked with industry leaders and innovators to develop creative solutions to real-world problems.
06 July 2020

Public Transport post-COVID-19 – A quick scan of some of the immediate challenges and those in the longer term

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed some critical issues inherent in the current public transport system. However, according to Professor David Hensher and Yale Wong, this is an opportune time to address these problems in order to create a more resilient and adaptable transport sector.
03 July 2020

Compulsive internet use by teens linked to emotional issues: study

A new study has found internet addiction in teenagers leads to difficulty regulating emotions. However there was no evidence that pre-existing emotional issues are a predictor of obsessive internet use.
30 June 2020

How to turn crisis into a career maker

Having graduated during Global Financial Crisis, Bachelor of Commerce alum Ashton Jones shares four tips for building a career in uncertain times.
29 June 2020

Continuing excellence for Sydney in ARWU subject ranking

Nursing and telecommunication engineering strengthen performance in latest ARWU subject rankings.
29 June 2020

MBA student profile: Anna Remond

MBA student Anna Remond talks about why she applied for the Future Leaders MBA Scholarship.
24 June 2020

Anstice MBA Scholarship recipients drive positive change in NFP sector

A generous donation from David Anstice has made it possible for 6 influential leaders to undertake the MBA. Read their stories.
23 June 2020

Students win hackathon for plan to help SMEs post-COVID-19 recovery

Business and arts students have won first place in the Australia/New Zealand regional competition of Call for Code, working with IBM to plan a one-stop-shop to help small and medium-sized enterprises recover from COVID-19.
19 June 2020

Commerce student promotes ethics in finance as BFO Young Ambassador

Bachelor of Commerce student Ricky Rangra has been selected as a 2020 Banking and Finance Oath Young Ambassador, with a mission to build integrity in the financial services industry.