For her distinguished service to higher education Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley AC has received an honorary doctorate (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney.
Creativity, critical reflection, collaboration and communication will be vital in a future where half of all jobs may be displaced by technology, writes Professor Michael Anderson in the Sydney Morning Herald.
As communities around the world prepare for International Women’s Day, we celebrate the contributions of ten female researchers at the University of Sydney who are transforming the lives of women and men.
The University of Sydney has formally launched the Sydney Undergraduate Experience, a new undergraduate curriculum which will enable students to tailor their degrees to their interests and prepare graduates for global possibilities.
What will a changed HSC English curriculum mean for teachers and students? Associate Professor Jackie Manuel explains.
Disadvantaged and low-SES students are disproportionately affected by cost-of-living pressures, writes University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor Dr Michael Spence in The Australian.
From judging what’s best for the class and individual to finding the ‘sweet spot’ for learning, Dr Nicole Mockler explains teaching traits and skills.
International students will have even more reason to choose the University of Sydney for their postgraduate research degrees, with the announcement of 40 new fully-funded PhD scholarships available from 2017.
Australian high school students took control of NASA robots on the International Space Station last week, during the 2016/17 Zero Robotics Championship Final, run by the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies.
"We are committed as a University to build a culture based on values of courage and creativity, openness and engagement, respect and integrity, and inclusion and diversity," says Dr Michael Spence, Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney.