Alumni

  • Trailblazing disability campaigner takes on stereotypes and wins[11 November 2015]

    Joan Hume

    Joan Hume (DipEd '69, BA '69, MA '84) has spent a lifetime advocating for people with disabilities. More

  • Rethinking Migrants' Rights[4 November 2015]

    Rethinking Migrants' Rights

    International migration has undergone important changes during the last decade, responding to demographic shifts, shrinking national workforces, the restructuring of economies and changing geo-politics. More

  • A Global Voice For Lamisse Hamouda[3 November 2015]

    Lamisse Hamouda

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences would like to congratulate Lamisse Hamouda, recipient of the Global Voices scholarship awarded by the faculty recently. More

  • New Humans of Australia takes off [29 October 2015]

    New Humans of Australia takes off

    Master of Arts (Writing) alumna, Nicola Gray, wanted to tell stories. Interesting and inspiring stories from the refugees and migrants of Australia. More

  • More languages to be offered in the Diploma of Language Studies - Accelerated Mode in 2016[4 September 2015]

    More languages to be offered in the Diploma of Language Studies â Accelerated Mode in 2016

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is excited to announce that two more languages will be offered in the Diploma of Language Studies - Accelerated Mode. From 2016, the program will expand to include Chinese (Mandarin) and French alongside Japanese, Korean and Spanish. More

  • MECO offers industry training to Radio Beijing Corporation[25 August 2015]

    A radio antenna pointed toward the sky. Image by Tony Lao, iStock

    An industry training experience devised by MECO is pairing RBC delegates with the latest broadcasting industry insights and research. More

  • The School of Economics carving new directions[19 August 2015]

    Quadrangle

    Economics has been a discipline of the University of Sydney for over a century. The creation of the School of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences nearly five years ago recognised that legacy: placing Economics as one of the core disciplines at the University and acknowledging the fundamental importance of Economics to the University. More

  • Murphy captures emotions on stage and screen[14 August 2015]

    Playwright Tommy Murphy.

    Over the last decade, Tommy Murphy (BA 2004) has become one of the great success stories in Australian theatre. We catch up with the alumnus as his film adaptation of Holding The Man is set to open nationally in cinemas. More

  • Donor assistance increasing opportunities and driving change[20 July 2015]

    Donor assistance increasing opportunities and driving change

    The impact of the humanities and social sciences in fostering progressive educational and social change has been boosted, with up to $400,000 made available by donors to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. More

  • Five minutes with Professor Barbara Caine AM[13 July 2015]

    Professor Barbara Caine AM

    Professor Barbara Caine AM discusses gender equity, her love of history, and the challenges of her new role as Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. More

  • 2015 Best and Brightest Showcase[4 June 2015]

    2015 Best and Brightest Showcase

    The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences recently held its annual Best and Brightest Showcase at Parliament House, in recognition of the most exceptional Honours Theses in Government and International Relations. More

  • Alumni open their homes to new students[27 May 2015]

    Welcome to Sydney

    Newly arrived international students at the University of Sydney are receiving a special initiation into their temporary home city through the Welcome to Sydney program. More