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21 April 2021

Sydney continues to excel in global impact rankings

University continues to excel in 2021 Times Higher Education Impact rankings which measure an institution's research, outreach and stewardship against UN Sustainable Development Goals.
21 April 2021

University joins ground-breaking EducateAT Parramatta Alliance

An alliance between the City of Parramatta, Western Sydney Local Health District and universities in Sydney's geographical centre has launched to cement the City as a global education destination.
15 April 2021

Dorothy Hoddinott awarded honorary doctorate

The University of Sydney has awarded an honorary doctorate to Dorothy Hoddinott AO in recognition of her outstanding contributions to public education, social justice and human rights.
31 March 2021

Easter chocolate toxic for dogs

Chocolate is toxic to dogs, and other pets, so don't offer your companion animals Easter Eggs or even hot cross buns, which are high fat and may contain raisins. No matter how hard your dog begs for it. Give them a doggie snack instead.
16 March 2021

University of Sydney welcomes passage of Freedom of Speech Bill

The University of Sydney welcomed news that Federal Parliament has passed legislation to strengthen and protect academic freedom and freedom of speech.
12 March 2021

Mark Scott appointed Vice-Chancellor of University of Sydney

The University of Sydney today announced that after an extensive international search, Mark Scott has been appointed its 27th Vice-Chancellor and Principal. Mr Scott will start his new role on 19 July this year.
11 March 2021

Academy of Science honours two University of Sydney researchers

Professor Thomas Maschmeyer from Chemistry and Dr Kevin Coulembier from Mathematics & Statistics have received the recognition of their peers in these prestigious honours awarded annually by the Australian Academy of Science.
08 March 2021

Meet our new UN Women Australia MBA scholarship recipients

How did the pandemic spur two women leaders to further study? We sat down with Dr Kudzai Kanhutu and Katherine Passmore (recipients of the UN Women Australia MBA Scholarship) to discuss.
05 March 2021

$15m project to establish whole-body imaging in Australian first

A project driven by Sydney should provide unique imaging capability to Australia while revolutionising patient care, through a joint venture with Northern Sydney Local Health District to procure a total body PET/CT scanner.

04 March 2021

QS rankings show global excellence for a broad range of subjects

Sports-related subjects were the standout in latest QS subject rankings result.