Recent graduate Boyd Whalan is devising a simple, cheap form of solar lighting to improve the lives of people in Ghana.
Michael L’Estrange has had a distinguished career as a diplomat and adviser to both sides of politics, most recently as a member of the government’s expert panel on asylum seekers.
University alumni were strongly represented in the Australia Day Honours, announced in January.
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In this election year, federal politicians reflect on their student years.
Former agriculture science student Natalie Bennett is now head of the UK Greens.
John Grill’s landmark donation to set up a centre for project leadership has redefined the horizons of philanthropy in Australia.
Davina Reichman Schuck has made it in New York and wants to help emerging designers do the same.
Company director Belinda Hutchinson AM is the new Chancellor of the University of Sydney.
Nominations are now open for the 2013 Alumni Awards.
View our featured listings and promote your business to the Sydney alumni community - free of charge.
Join us for National Reconciliation Week, running from 27 May to 3 June.
This year, the Sydney University Football Club celebrates its 150th anniversary.
- 2013 Telephone Program
- Honorary awards nominations
- Thank you, alumni
- Hear Verdi's Requiem
- VC's report: A year full of promise
- SAM crossword
- Book reviews: Strange creatures; Leonie Kramer; preachers, profits & heretics
- Your letters in full
- Class notes: achievements of note for alumni
- Diary: All the big events for early 2013
Ann Macintosh was a unique character in the Medical School, assisting her husband to run the anatomy department and research the origins of the dingo. She was also a generous benefactor.
A selection of interesting articles which have appeared in other University publications.
If you're serious about losing weight, don't take up a gym membership: stand up more often.
One of the oddest stories from the University museums is that of the ancient Cypriot lagynos.
A better understanding of adolescent depression is opening the door on early diagnosis and treatment.
The Macleay Museum owes a great deal of its natural history collection to fearless Aussie forager, George Masters.
Find out what's happening on campus and beyond with more news and event updates.
The University events calendar includes Sydney Ideas lectures, exhibitions, student events and much more.
Free Sydney Ideas evening lectures, forums and debates.
The University has partnered with TEDxSydney to focus on locally grown, sustainable food.
The Prime Minister has launched the new $20M University of Sydney Centre for Carbon, Water and Food.
Former fashion designer and entrepreneur, Davina Reichman Schuck, demonstrates her iTee and iDress
Author Ahdaf Soueif discusses Egyptian literature and role of women in the Arab Spring.
Astronomer Royal, Martin Rees, takes us on tour of our Universe.
In conversation with Sir David Higgins, Chief Executive of Network Rail UK.
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