Food and Agribusiness student Ashleigh James is making an impression whilst getting a taste of what working life will be like after graduation.
Soon to be recognised with the University of Sydney's 2017 Alumni Award for Professional Achievement, we talk to Dr Patrica Selkirk AAM about her extraordinary career.
Flu vaccine won't definitely stop you from getting the flu, but it's more important than you think, writes Associate Professor Kristine Macartney.
Knowing what to expect - and remembering that nothing you say will shock or embarrass us - will help make your next sexual health check more comfortable writes Dr Deborah Bateson.
In Sydney to deliver the inaugural Dr Simon Marais Lecture, Professor Amie Wilkinson works in the field of dynamical systems, an area of mathematics that even she admits is not well understood by the general public.
From remote Aboriginal communities to the slums of India, Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership recipient Kelly McJannett is leading an initiative to end world hunger.
Opthalmologists Dr John Sarks AM (MBBS ’56) and Dr Shirley Sarks AM have been collecting human eye tissue for more than 40 years. Their legacy now passes to the University.
Lawrence and Betty Browne's gift acknowledges that, for any important structure, first you must build the builder.
Art lovers and University benefactors are looking forward to seeing their favourite artworks and artefacts in the new spaces being created at the University of Sydney.