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When MBA student, Pip Butt, was a cadet in high school, she proudly marched every April 25th passed Canberra’s War Memorial. After the march “old diggers” would thank her for participating and remembering.
Alumni panel leads a charge on fostering entrepreneurial collaboration between China and Australia 27 Mar 2015
The Business School has moved to strengthen its ties with its extensive alumni network in China and contribute to improved business links between Australia and its largest trading partner.
Progress towards gender equality has gone backwards in some areas and stalled in others according to a group of prominent women who recently took part in an International Women's Day panel discussion sponsored by the Business School.
In the late 20th century, civil servants, entrepreneurs, educators and politicians who had studied in Australia under what was known as the Colombo Plan, populated the boardrooms, classrooms and cabinet rooms of Asia.
Business School alumna, Jackie Trad, has been sworn in as Deputy Premier in Annastacia Palaszczuk's new Queensland Government.
The University of Sydney's Global Executive MBA graduation ceremony has seen 17 students emerge with one of academia's most prestigious degrees.
A celebratory atmosphere filled the foyer of the New Law School Building for the annual Business School Academic and Professional Staff Awards.
The prestigious Deloitte FASTRACK Innovation Challenge has been won this semester by a Business School team with a strategy to develop and market a GPS tracking bracelet for carers of dementia patients.
Sydney Genesis joins forces with leading technology incubator in search for world class innovators and entrepreneurs 23 Oct 2014
The 2014 final of the Business School's Sydney Genesis Start-up Program is to be held next week in association with the Sydney based firm, ATP Innovations, which is widely recognised as the world’s leading technology business incubator.
Business School alumnus Simon Malian has been awarded the Sir Robert Gordon Menzies Scholarship, which will support his studies at Harvard University in the 2014/15 academic year.