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10 February 2022

University partners with 2U to offer online postgraduate degrees

The University will offer postgraduate students online Master's degrees in high-demand fields beginning February 2023.
09 February 2022

Why some men just can't stomach plant-based food

Dr Diana Bogueva and colleagues explore why men often react strongly to plant-based meat alternatives.
09 February 2022

Meet the newest members of the University's Alumni Council

Jane MacMaster, Engineers Australia Chief Engineer and Ehssan Veiszadeh, Committee for Sydney Deputy CEO have been endorsed by the Senate to join the University's Alumni Council.

08 February 2022

Emma Johnston appointed new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Professor Emma Johnston AO has been appointed to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) after an extensive national and international search.
08 February 2022

Alumni and staff recognised in Australia Day Honours List

The University of Sydney is proud to extend our warmest congratulations to all of our alumni and staff who were recognised in the prestigious Australia Day 2022 Honours List.

07 February 2022

Why Ukrainians are ready to fight for their democracy

Dr Olga Boichak, lecturer in Digital Cultures and Ukraine expert, maps the strategies of Russian interference across 30 years of Ukraine's independence.
04 February 2022

Sydney researchers recognised by Royal Society of NSW

University of Sydney researchers won four of eight 2021 Royal Society of NSW awards and a PhD student received a Royal Society Scholarship.
04 February 2022

Building legacies

The intersect of sport, law and business might seem an unlikely one, but for Craig Carracher it's proved to be a source of learning that has led him to own the biggest real-estate residential portfolio in Australia.
03 February 2022

Using radar to monitor burn victims and babies? It's now possible

University of Sydney scientists have achieved a technology breakthrough with potentially life-saving applications - all using an improved version of radar.
03 February 2022

COVID-19 guide developed for Pasifika community

University of Sydney and Multiculturalism NSW create easy-to-read COVID-19 information for Pasifika communities in six languages with infographics.