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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.
27 January 2022

First students commence four-year medical degree in Dubbo

The University of Sydney this week welcomed the first cohort of students studying the new full four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) beginning to end program in Dubbo.
25 January 2022

Kirsten Andrews appointed Vice-Principal (External Relations)

Today Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Mark Scott announced Kirsten Andrews has been appointed to the role of Vice-Principal (External Relations).

19 January 2022

Joanne Wright appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)

Today Vice-Chancellor and Principal Professor Mark Scott announced Professor Joanne Wright has been appointed to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education).
19 January 2022

COVID-19 and schools: we're heading into a teacher shortage crisis

Associate Professor Rachel Wilson in Education and Dr Giuseppe Carabetta in Business argue for a long-term plan for recruiting and retaining teachers.
13 January 2022

Carbon neutral 'spaceplane' parts to be manufactured at Sydney

The Sydney Manufacturing Hub will develop and manufacture components for a green hydrogen-powered launch vehicle capable of deploying small satellites into low earth orbit.
12 January 2022

Sydney researchers awarded ARC funding for 78 research projects

The University of Sydney has received more than $36 million from the Australian Research Council (ARC) to fund 78 research projects.
10 January 2022

Light and Darkness

A major new exhibition at the University's Chau Chak Wing Museum presents works from one of Australia's strongest collections of late modernist art.
23 December 2021

Your daily medications could put you at greater risk of sunburn

With summer holidays underway, it's time to think about the sun and your skin, say researchers from the Sydney Pharmacy School.
21 December 2021

Stories that challenged our thinking in 2021

Although COVID-19 again dominated the headlines this year, our people continued to test our preconceptions across a range of areas.