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ICT will be performing maintenance on the University's wireless network on Saturday 26 July. This maintenance will improve the security of the University's wireless network. More

The University is changing the provider of its mobile and fixed-line telephone services from Optus to Telstra. Due to incomplete records in some areas of the University we need to conduct a web-based audit of the University's mobile services and devices to ensure a smooth transition. More

National icon Chesty Bond is the latest celebrity to undergo a nip and tuck, with a painstaking procedure giving the old mural atop Sydney Nursing School a new lease on life. More

To help make the University a more welcoming, supportive place for all students, Student Support Services is once again encouraging staff to wear an Ask Me badge in the lead up to Semester Two. More

The faculties of Dentistry, Health Sciences, Nursing, Medicine, Education and Social Work and Pharmacy, along with the School of Psychology and the discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics from the Faculty of Science, have come together to support the establishment of an Office of Clinical Education. More

The latest enhancements to the Sydney Student administration service went live this week, completing the main components of our new single system to support the student lifecycle, from first enquiry through to graduation. More

Congratulations to colleagues from three faculties who were successful in the first round of 2014 grant funding from the federal government's Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT). More

Implementation of the University's Health and Medical Research Review (HMR Review) reached a milestone in June with the final in a series of three workshops bringing together senior academics with leaders from professional service units (PSUs) to develop a framework to coordinate professional services supporting the University's strategic priority areas for collaboration, such as the Charles Perkins Centre. More

Associate Professor Simon Reay Atkinson and course tutor Aminah Wehbe turned their lecture theatre into a lab this semester, leading their students in a unique research project that looks into risk and resilience in the bushfire-prone Blue Mountains community. More