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Articles published in 2019

05 December 2019

Winners of 2019 David Harold Tribe Fiction Award announced

Grafton-based Claire Aman and Melbourne writer Katherine Brabon have been announced as joint winners of the 2019 David Harold Tribe Fiction Award.
05 December 2019

ARC Discovery Project success for arts and social sciences researchers

More than $2.5 million of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding has been secured for Discovery Projects led by Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences academics.
05 December 2019

Winner of 2019 Helen Anne Bell Poetry Bequest Award announced

Melbourne poet Melinda Bufton has been announced as winner of the 2019 Helen Anne Bell Poetry Bequest Award.
05 December 2019

58 Discovery Project grants awarded to Sydney researchers

Federal Education Dan Tehan announced the latest round of ARC Discovery Project grants, including funds for 58 research projects involving University of Sydney researchers and administered by the University.
05 December 2019

Susan Wyndham named SSSHARC Journalist-in-Residence

The Sydney Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Research Centre (SSSHARC) has appointed journalist and University of Sydney alumna Susan Wyndham to a role as its inaugural Journalist-in-Residence.
05 December 2019

How Hatch is kick-starting student careers

For full-time international MBA students, finding work in Australia while studying can be a real challenge. Hatch is a new program that is tackling this issue by connecting full-time students with internship and career opportunities.
04 December 2019

New NSW Public Policy Institute to be established

A new public policy institute will be established to undertake research on the most pressing public policy issues facing New South Wales.
04 December 2019

Why study the Master of International Business at Sydney

Find out how our Master of International Business will give you a competitive edge to help you accelerate your global career.
04 December 2019

Great Barrier Reef study shows how reef copes with rapid sea-level rise

PhD student Kelsey Sanborn has shown how the reef has dealt with environmental stresses in the recent past in order to understand how it might react to climate change in the future.
03 December 2019

Why study logistics and supply chain management?

Find out how our postgraduate programs in logistics and supply chain management from the University of Sydney Business School will give you a competitive edge and help you achieve a successful and rewarding career.
03 December 2019

The scholarship that helped a young musician follow her passion

For Sydney Conservatorium student Gemma Lawton, a donor-funded scholarship provided much-needed support through illness and injury.
02 December 2019

University of Sydney technology goes global after 20 years

A portable remotely operated drill used for deep sea exploration that was developed by University of Sydney researchers in the 1990s has been sold to a British offshore engineering company.
02 December 2019

The future is Asian

The Centre for International Security Studies’ annual Michael Hintze Lecture explores the world and the future from an Asian point-of-view.
02 December 2019

Placebo use among Australian GPs surprisingly high

Most Australian GPs have used a placebo in practice at least once, with active placebos (active treatments used primarily to generate positive expectations) more commonly used than inert placebos, according to a new study in Psychology.
02 December 2019

On the political economy of the road user charging debate

James Bushell explores the political implications of road user charging (RUC), noting that the debate needs to take into consideration that RUC can be used as both a funding mechanism but also a congestion management tool.
02 December 2019

Campaigning for the justice and rights of Indigenous Australians

Master of Development Studies student Luckylyn Wallace discusses her role in the nationwide campaign for treaty with our First Nations Peoples.
02 December 2019

Rushed revenge porn laws risk over-criminalisation

University of Sydney criminal law experts have warned of the risks of rushing to enact new criminal offences on 'revenge porn'.
02 December 2019

First studies reveal the occurrence of 'chew and spit' behaviour

Study led by Phillip Aouad from the School of Psychology has laid out how widespread this disordered eating behaviour is. While low among adults, up to 12 percent of teenagers report episodes of chewing and spitting out food.
29 November 2019

Creating regional opportunities for pharmacists

The University of Sydney School of Pharmacy alumna, Sue Muller, has built a successful career supporting regional communities. She has also given generously to the university, facilitating rural placements for pharmacy students.

29 November 2019

Vale Clive James

Following the recent passing of Clive James, the University of Sydney pays tribute to our alumnus's time at Sydney and his lasting cultural impact.