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18 June 2020

Study reveals dual impact of technology on worker's mental health

With millions of people working from home throughout the coronavirus outbreak, new research has identified key strategies to safeguard mental health including following a regular routine and turning off unnecessary notifications on devices.
16 June 2020

India's leadership for good starts here

The University of Sydney's scholarship program to discover India's future visionary leaders, is one of the most generous scholarship programs available to Indian students offered by an Australian university.
10 June 2020

Double win for employability program for international students

The University of Sydney Business School's employability program, Job Smart, has been recognised as one of the best in the world.
09 June 2020

Chancellor awarded Order of Australia

Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson was awarded the country's top honour, a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), in the 2020 Queen's Birthday honours, in recognition of her eminent service to business, tertiary education and scientific research, and for her philanthropic endeavours to address social disadvantage.
09 June 2020

Chinese investment in Australia falls by over 50 percent in 2019

Chinese investment in Australia fell 58 percent from A$8.2 billion in 2018 to A$3.5 billion in 2019, according to a new report by KPMG and the University of Sydney.
04 June 2020

Could manufacturing aid Australia's economic recovery?

Following a federal government call for the reignition of domestic industrial activity, University of Sydney experts comment on the role of advanced manufacturing and boosting the digital workforce in Australia's post-coronavirus economy.
29 May 2020

COVID-19 moved teaching online, but students & staff continue to thrive

Semester 1, 2020 has been like no other in recent history for both students and staff at the University of Sydney.
25 May 2020

How universities came to rely on international students

International student fees have become part of the unofficial funding policy of consecutive federal governments, writes Associate Professor Julia Horne for The Conversation.
15 May 2020

What if: Australia, a land of missed opportunity

Let's imagine that in 1770, Captain James Cook acknowledges that there were people living on this continent, and instead of citing terra nullius, his recommendation was to negotiate with those people? Percy Knight explains.
14 May 2020

The future of recycling: 4 experts explain

The NSW Government recently conducted a survey on recycling and plastic waste. Ahead of its findings, to be released later this year, four academics comment on research into recycling and the development of advanced waste conversion technologies.