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22 June 2022

Sentient Paper exhibition celebrates artistry and innovation

The Chau Chak Wing Museum celebrates the dynamism and history of paper in a new exhibition that explores technology, ideology and artistry.
22 June 2022

Sydney Policy Lab Director announced

The University of Sydney has appointed Dr Kate Harrison Brennan Director of Sydney Policy Lab, a multidisciplinary research initiative that fosters unique collaborations with people from different backgrounds to generate new knowledge and solutions.
22 June 2022

University community recognised with Queen's Birthday Honours

The University of Sydney congratulates our impressive alumni and staff who have been acknowledged in the Queen's Birthday 2022 Honours List.

22 June 2022

How we're addressing modern slavery

The University of Sydney has released its second Modern Slavery Statement as required under the Modern Slavery Act - outlining our commitment to human rights, strategy to address modern slavery and drive collaboration to make change, and actions taken to date.
20 June 2022

The Sydney student helping others reach university

A scholarship to the University of Sydney changed Kawana Crowe's life. Now the 20-year-old Wiradjuri woman from Macksville wants to help other rural, regional and Indigenous students find a pathway to university.
16 June 2022

Honorary Fellowship awarded to distinguished lawyer

Adjunct Professor Richard Fisher AM, former University General Counsel, has been awarded the title of Honorary Fellow of the University.
09 June 2022

Honorary Fellowship awarded to University sportsman

Rodney Tubbs, an alumnus of the University, has received an Honorary Fellowship for his ongoing dedication to the University of Sydney's sport and fitness community.
08 June 2022

International scholarship student leads barley rust breakthrough

An international scholarship student has found and defined the sequence of an important gene underlying leaf rust resistance in barley. The finding could have great implications in the fight against rust disease, which decreases global food production by at least 10 percent.
03 June 2022

New partnerships drive collaboration with Indigenous businesses

The University will collaborate with the NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce and Supply Nation to create new opportunities for Indigenous-owned businesses.

03 June 2022

Library adopts sector-leading Indigenous protocols

The University of Sydney Library has introduced new cultural protocols to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander library users feel safe, respected and valued.