Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL)
The network's mission is to pioneer research in learning technology and the learning sciences in order to discover how new learning technologies and innovative pedagogical approaches can enhance learning and its outcomes.
The Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society
By examining the past, present, and future of life in a climate-changing, and climate-challenged, society this research network's multiple perspectives will provide a comprehensive understanding of what we stand to lose and what we might gain in a productive response to the climate and environment we have changed. Combining the efforts of Political Science, Historical Studies, Cultural Studies and Human Geography, this program addresses the new vulnerabilities of human and natural systems.
The Sydney Social Justice Project
This project aims to draw together, promote and expand key areas of research strength and public outreach activity across the humanities and social sciences at the University of Sydney in areas of democracy, human rights, social inequality and justice. This program aims to join together Political Science, Policy, Law, Philosophy and History to help build critical mass and take advantage of the University's comprehensive capacities in these areas. The SSJP will draw together key researchers in focused, thematic research discussions and in partnership with external organisations who work on social justice related issues.
Health and Work Research Network
This network recognises the role work plays in shaping health outcomes, and seeks to generate new knowledge on the work-health nexus by sharing research across Health and HR disciplines.
Energy Storage Research Network
Inorganic chemistry, chemical engineering, policy and administration, law, architecture, join forces to provide solutions to the development, integration and management of large-scale energy storage.