University of Sydney researchers have received Federal Government funding to support a number of fellowship initiatives.
Professor Nick Enfield, Director of the Sydney Social Sciences and Humanities Advanced Research Centre, explains his interest in linguistics, his goal to unlearn 'truth', and teaches us how to identify bullshit.
Three University of Sydney authors have won NSW Premier’s History Awards for 2017. The trio were honoured at an awards ceremony to mark NSW History Week.
Across the University, researchers are striving to transform lives and graduates are taking their skills into the world. But breakthroughs are a team effort and many are only made possible by the generosity of our community.
High school students who might never have thought about going to university are changing their minds thanks to a program, in partnership with the Nelson Meers Foundation, that demystifies tertiary study and brings the arts and humanities to life.
Talent and hard work are no guarantee of a university education. For one gifted current student, the only thing that allowed him the chance to work towards his full potential was a scholarship.
Four history researchers from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences have been shortlised for the 2017 NSW Premier's History Awards.
When wet-plate negatives were the latest in photographic technology, one of the University’s first professors, John Smith, was fascinated by this process and created many precious plates that document the history of the University.
Exploring a collection of items provided by the Conservatorium library, student Simon Polson came across a previously unknown manuscript by a world renowned composer.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Challis Bequest Society, which acknowledges the people who make provision for the University in their wills. Bequests are made for many reasons. Tom Brown’s bequest was born out of his great passion for archaeology.