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The safety of our people, both staff and students, is important and we have an obligation to act in their best interests. Therefore, from today we strongly recommend that any travel requests to Ebola-affected areas in West Africa be denied. More

Researchers from across the University are being encouraged to bring their ideas to the Strategic Priority AReas for Collaboration (SPARCs) advisory groups for initiatives to establish and build meaningful connections into each of the Health and Medical Research Review's proposed SPARCs. More

Announced as one of this year's AFR and Westpac 100 Women of Influence, Associate Professor Amanda Salis discusses the challenges of balancing career with family life, and her research goals at the Charles Perkins Centre. More

October and November are full of opportunities to get involved in how we design and deliver a unique educational experience for our students. More

On Thursday 9 October, some of the University's IT systems were again disrupted by the release of malware via what appears to be a legitimate email from Australia Post. This attack was almost identical in nature to the one we experienced two weeks ago. More

Professor Kate Jolliffe, Head of School, School of Chemistry, discusses the highlights and challenges of her role, what it's like to be an Academic Board nominee, and who inspires her. More

Congratulations to colleagues who walked, ran, cycled, swam and even 'zumba-d' their way around the world an equivalent of nine times in this year's Global Corporate Challenge (GCC). More

The Business School's Dr Richard Seymour tells how community engagement projects in remote and rural Australia are helping students find a new way of leading. More