20 December 2021

26 books you should read this summer

What will you be reading this summer break? Our experts share their favourite reads from 2021. These are the books they couldn't put down, the unexpected comforts during the pandemic, the deep fascinating reads late at night and the much-loved books they reread.
17 December 2021

Global Supply Chain Disruption - Is Retail’s Xmas goose cooked?

COVID-19 has caused massive disruptions to global supply chains. Gareth Jude discusses how retailers can better protect themselves from future crises with improved responsiveness and resilience.
17 December 2021

University of Sydney Beta Gamma Sigma students win international responsible investing challenge

A team of University of Sydney students has won the Beta Gamma Sigma x Sustainability Development Goals Launch Leadership Conference case competition, with another Sydney team also reaching the final three.
14 December 2021

Web accessibility solution for designers wins Genesis startup program

Adee, a startup founded by a husband and wife team, has won the $25,000 grand prize in the University of Sydney Business School's Genesis startup program.
09 December 2021

Intensive Care Paramedic awarded Future Leaders MBA Scholarship

NSW Ambulance Employee of the Year in 2019, Jordan Rosser, has been awarded this year’s Future Leaders MBA scholarship at the University of Sydney Business School.
06 December 2021

Sydney's "factory of the future" ready to drive statewide innovation

A $25 million facility has today been launched to drive innovation and foster industrial output in the heart of Sydney's Tech Central.
06 December 2021

Going for Gold in economic complexity

Australia should look to strengthen its economy via advanced manufacturing and diversification of exports, in order to develop greater sovereignty in the industrial space, writes Christopher Day.
26 November 2021

Students reach global IBM Call for Code finals with ethical purchasing and food waste solutions

Undergraduate students from the University of Sydney’s Business, Engineering, Law, Arts and Science faculties were among the finalists in a major global competition calling for technology solutions to tackle the world’s toughest problems.
25 November 2021

COVID-19 pandemic leaves permanent scar on retail workers

More than half of Australian retail workers experienced customer abuse during the pandemic, while nearly half felt their job became more insecure, landmark new research by the University of Sydney and the ANU finds.
16 November 2021

Indigenous Social Enterprise Project offers cultural learning to MBA students

The Indigenous Social Enterprise Project, offered within the part-time MBA this year, took students to Worimi Country to develop solutions to local problems with land, people and tradition in mind.