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23 May 2016

Get involved in National Reconciliation Week

We're hosting a range of events that are open to our community and the general public to mark National Reconciliation Week from 27 May to 3 June.

23 May 2016

Chau Chak Wing Museum announces Sydney donors and architect

Two of Sydney’s most significant arts patrons are donating $1.75 million to the Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney.

21 May 2016

What I learned from meeting Marlon James

When second year Arts and Law student Tom St John volunteered at our Sydney Writers' Festival Media Hub he soon found himself meeting Man Booker Prize winner Marlon James.

20 May 2016

University asks residential colleges to improve culture

The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor have invited independent colleges affiliated with the University to work with former sex discrimination commissioner Elizabeth Broderick AO to address concerns about their culture.

20 May 2016

Tiny cameras show food challenges of plunge diving boobies

The masked booby faces an increasingly moveable feast as its ocean prey swims randomly from one spot to the next, making it vulnerable to overfishing and habitat destruction, a University of Sydney led project has revealed. 

20 May 2016

How millennials really see themselves at work

While many people believe there is a clear distinction in the generational categories of Gen Y, Gen X and millennials in the workplace, there is little evidence to support this claim, writes Steven Hitchcock. 

20 May 2016

Sacked Uber driver case shows driver vulnerability under law

A case of an Uber driver from Perth suing the company because his contract was terminated may show how protected drivers are under law, writes Professor Joellen Riley, Dean of Sydney Law School.

20 May 2016

Latest data confirms western Sydney teens are hooked on sugary drinks

It’s well known that sugar sweetened beverages are not part of a healthy diet yet high school students are drinking them regularly and often excessively. 

19 May 2016

Social brain refreshed

While we connect with hundreds – even thousands – of others via social media, our brain’s ability to build and maintain long-term stable relationships remains as limited as that of our hunter-gatherer ancestors.

18 May 2016

MECO students covering the federal election via UniPollWatch

Students from the University of Sydney's Department of Media and Communications will be part of Australia's largest newsroom reporting on the 2016 federal election campaign.