21 January 2016

Empowering people with disabilities in Indonesia

Leaders from Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) throughout Indonesia are in Sydney for the next two weeks as part of an Australia Awards short course run by the University of Sydney.

20 January 2016

School duxes lead the way to uni

More than 10,000 prospective undergraduate students have been offered a place to study at the University of Sydney in 2016, including 348 students as part of the new Dux Scheme.

20 January 2016

$10 million grant awarded for bold new vision in cancer research

University of Sydney Professors to run world-first cancer research clinic.

20 January 2016

Educational excellence accelerates graduate employment opportunities

How do the University's education initiatives in the 2016-20 Strategic Plan address and respond to the demands of the modern workplace?

20 January 2016

Pop-up art showing for Sydney leg of the Laneway Festival

Sunday Punch, an outdoor art exhibition, will be staged for the Sydney leg of this year's St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) on Sunday 7 February.

20 January 2016

University of Sydney scholars named among world's most influential scientific minds

Six University of Sydney scholars have been named among the world’s most influential scientific minds in a new analysis of thousands of academic papers by Thomson Reuters.

20 January 2016

Why we shouldn’t be surprised tennis is implicated in match-fixing

Tennis is a sport prone to corruption in a hyper-commercialised era, writes Dr Steve Georgakis.

20 January 2016

Taking a ‘diet holiday’ could improve weight loss

New research published in PLOS ONE suggests a break from dieting could lead to more efficient weight loss.

19 January 2016

New approach marks major development in Indigenous studies

The University of Sydney's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences has launched an innovative and engaging new Indigenous Studies major.

19 January 2016

What were Ken and Jocelyn Elliott doing in Burkina Faso? Making a difference

A couple caught up in a power play by jihadists are part of a league of Australians who have made their way to Africa to provide healthcare, writes Joel Negin.