News and Events
Taking place on 24 January, and designed for our new international students, this initiative is an exciting opportunity to chat online with our academics and current students, and have all your questions answered about studying at Australia's first University!
Two articles by Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan have recently been published in the Asian Journal of Peacebuilding and the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs.
Congratulations to Professor Pippa Norris, whose publication 'Why Elections Fail' has been listed in Choice Magazine’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2016.
Dr Åse Ottosson in the Department of Anthropology has been awarded the 2016 Rebecca Coyle Prize by IASPM-ANZ (International Association for the Study of Popular Music) for her publication, Making Aboriginal Men and Music in Central Australia.
Last month, a group of Centre for International Security Studies members met with Ms Gillian Bird, the Australian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, New York, in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade office in Sydney.
5 reasons to attend Info Day[3 January 2017]
On Info Day, the University of Sydney opens its doors to you, your parents, and thousands of prospective students for one of our biggest annual events. Here are 5 reasons why you should come join us.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney enjoys an international linkage with Germany’s leading social science research institute, the WZB Berlin Social Sciences Centre. In addition to the mutual transfer of scientific materials and publications, the institutions work together in collaborative teaching, training, research staff and student exchanges.
An innovative pilot program at the University of Sydney, involving the Department of Sociology and Social Policy, provides students with real-world and social justice learning experiences.
Well done to our Researchers, recognised as part of the primary cohort of the University's new Sydney Research Accelerator (SOAR) Fellowships.
Sophie Hollingsworth is the 2016 recipient of the Fulbright Anne Wexler Scholarship, which brings her to Sydney in 2017 to start the Master of Health Security!
Last chance to register for the 2016 AAS Anthropology conference![2 December 2016]
Registrations for the 2016 Australian Anthropological Society Conference, taking place at the University of Sydney on 12-15 December 2016, will close on 4 December.
With over 30 wide-ranging and provocative panel taking place under the overarching theme of 'Anthropocene transitions', the conference will cover climate change, notions of self-hood, indigenous identity, gender issues, and include an extensive film program.