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11 September 2018

Conservatorium Jazz Orchestra to embark on national tour

The Conservatorium Jazz Orchestra will leave their home at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and hit the road, to bring their energy and passion to the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales this September.
11 September 2018

Graduates rated among world's most employable

University of Sydney graduates have been named the most employable in Australia for the fourth year in a row and in the top five globally.
11 September 2018

NSW abortion law out of step with community views: research

Abortion law reform in NSW would reduce current inequalities of access, be democratic and support women's autonomy and reproductive rights, say researchers.
11 September 2018

NSW abortion law out of step with community views: research

Abortion law reform in NSW would reduce current inequalities of access, be democratic and support women's autonomy and reproductive rights, say researchers.
10 September 2018

New Drug Discovery Initiative focused on innovative therapies

University of Sydney's strategic investment brings a coordinated approach to drug discovery.
10 September 2018

What you need to know about teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is offered by a number of different providers with many products also available over the counter, but which option is the best and safest? Dr Alexander Holden from the School of Dentistry explains.
10 September 2018

Business School again Australia's number one in FT world rankings

The highly respected London-based Financial Times (FT) has ranked the University of Sydney Business School's flagship Master of Management (MMgt) Australia's number one program of its kind for the sixth consecutive year.
10 September 2018

Viruses & infectious diseases: Prof Edward Holmes public lecture

This talk on 12 September by Prof Edward Holmes, who has published a number of Nature papers on viruses, will discuss what we have learned since the 1918 influenza pandemic and 40 years since the last death from smallpox.
10 September 2018

Giving music to regional kids who need it most

Alumna, Michelle Leonard, decided to bring back music education through Moorambilla Voices, and in the process enriched entire regional communities.
06 September 2018

The Sydney alumnus helping people of all abilities get active

James Gribble's life changed forever when he broke his neck in a freak accident. Now he's working to make his favourite sport accessible for everyone.