Staff stories

Congratulations to Karen Baker and Joakim Westerholm who are the new University of Sydney employee representatives on the UniSuper Consultative Committee for the professional and academic category respectively. More

Ahead of next week's Disability Awareness Week, Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology Lesley Beaumont talks about her role as the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences' Lead Student Disability Liaison Officer. More

Last week the "Leadership for good starts here" advertising campaign hit campus. More

Staff from across the University have been busy preparing for Open Day, including Kaveh Ghezel, the Head of Undergraduate Recruitment (Australia and New Zealand) in Student Recruitment. More

Emeritus Professors Kerry Goulston AO and Kim Oates AM, joint course leaders of the Advanced Course in Medical Education and Research program at the Hoc Mai Foundation, discuss some of the highlights of their work and the importance of deepening our engagement with our Asian neighbours. More

Associate Professor Mary Myerscough discusses her work to identify a mechanism for the mysterious population collapses in bee hives that have impacted honey bees worldwide. More

In a special 50th edition of our Five Minutes With series, Dr Robert Markham discusses what he has loved most about working at the University for more than 50 years. More

Congratulations to Associate Professor Amanda Salis, whose recent article on the science of 'hangry' is currently the second most-read article on the Australian edition of independent news and analysis website The Conversation. More

Dagmar Kminiak is the Manager of Disability Services, Student Support Services. She discusses the aims of the University's Disability Action Plan and the upcoming Disability Awareness Week. More

Elisabeth Kramer, the Deputy Director of the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, discusses a recent interdisciplinary field school to Singapore and the upcoming ASEAN Day celebrations on campus. More