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2022

Articles published in 2022

28 November 2022

Outstanding Business School alumni win Women in Digital Awards

Alumni Emily Bobis, Stevie-Ann Dovico and Elisa Chan have been acknowledged as female role models in digital and technology by the 2022 Women in Digital Awards.

28 November 2022

SEI’s collaborative research projects for 2023

SEI’s 2023 Collaborative Grants have been awarded to a diverse range of researchers across the University.
25 November 2022

Sydney researchers awarded more than $15 million by ARC

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced that University of Sydney researchers have been awarded over $15 million of funding for 34 research projects that will discover new knowledge and deliver solutions that benefit us all.

25 November 2022

United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

During the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence Campaign, Vice-Chancellor and President Mark Scott shares how the University community can get involved in responding to gender-based violence.

25 November 2022

Business students support scholarships through investment fund

Business students are showing their market value and driving social change with an innovative new learning opportunity.
25 November 2022

Grants to study mood disorder treatments & impact of sleep on brain ageing

Sydney researchers have received two National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Synergy Grants worth $10 million.
24 November 2022

Academics named Fellows of the Australian Academy of Humanities

University of Sydney academics from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Sydney Law School have been appointed as Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
24 November 2022

Sydney takes green award for 'living classroom' native garden

The University of Sydney has won the 'Creating Impact' award in the Green Gown Awards Australasia for Nguragaingun, Ngara, Pemulian - our Curriculum Garden and Biodiversity Management Plan.
24 November 2022

Australian researchers honoured for work in infectious disease prevention

A group of infectious disease experts combating the spread of tuberculosis in Vietnam has been recognised for their tireless research and advocacy, which has spanned over a decade.
23 November 2022

Direct air capture must be a part of our climate arsenal

Reaching net-zero can only be achieved by removing historical emissions, according to Professor Deanna D’Alessandro, who is working with industry partners to advance direct air capture technology.
23 November 2022

Fellows formally admitted to Australian Academy of Science

The Australian Academy of Science has welcomed three rounds of University of Sydney fellows into its ranks in admission ceremonies at this year's Science at the Shine Dome event in Canberra.
23 November 2022

From the emergency room to aged care: the potential of HIRAID™ in healthcare

23 November 2022

SEI welcomes Suhasini Gunatillaka to the team

We hear from SEI's new Administration Officer, Suhasini Gunatillaka, about her work background and interest in environmental issues.
22 November 2022

Australian TV News still lacking cultural diversity despite some progress

The second 'report card' on Indigenous and cultural diversity in Australian television news has revealed small pockets of progress but a long journey ahead, particularly for commercial stations.
22 November 2022

Where have all the Christmas beetles gone?

Swarms of iridescent Christmas beetles used to mark Australia's summer season every year. But today, they seem as scarce as mixtapes and crochet swimsuits.
22 November 2022

Ali Abbas announced as Australia's first Chief Circular Engineer

Professor Ali Abbas from the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering will work with Circular Australia to accelerate action towards an Australian circular economy by 2030.
21 November 2022

Terminating enterprise agreement can unfairly benefit employers

Most terminations of enterprise agreements are not contentious, but the ability to do so still unfairly benefits some employers, according to new research from the University of Sydney Business School.
21 November 2022

Reducing alcohol-related harm in young Australians

Personality-focussed programs that provide coping skills relevant to individual personality characteristics can have a long-lasting effect and reduce alcohol-related harm into early adulthood, study finds.
21 November 2022

State of the art medical education facilities open in Dubbo

New state-of-the-art medical education facilities were officially opened at the University's School of Rural Health in Dubbo today, to support our continued growth in rural medical education in Central Western NSW.
21 November 2022

Rapid R&D scaling could put Australia at forefront of net zero

The conference will focus on areas of decarbonisation, such as carbon capture and conversion, creating circular economies, how communities can end the climate wars, and how waste can be transformed into energy and materials.