Staff stories

Sarahjane Thompson, Executive Assistant at the University's National Centre for Cultural Competence (NCCC), tells us about her experience of having a disability at work and why she's part of the new Disability at Work Network. More

Brazilian-born Associate Professor Alex Chaves has followed his passion for research around the world. He tells why he joined the Faculty of Veterinary Science and made Sydney his home. More

The China Studies Centre's Yanping Zhang shares her recipe for bridging the cultural gap (and how to cook her famous Cantonese steamed fish). More

Congratulations to eight colleagues from across the University who have been announced as the successful candidates for the 2015 Equity Fellowships. More

The Faculty of Education and Social Work's Dr Helen Proctor reflects on her path to academia and her hopes for the future of education. More

The Faculty of Design, Architecture and Planning's Marjo Niemelä discusses the highlights and challenges of leading a culture change in the Design Modelling and Fabrication lab. More

As a busy composer, lecturer and father-of-three, Dr James Humberstone is always learning, but it is his passion for innovative teaching which has epitomised his first 18 months as a full-time lecturer at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. More

We speak with Xuan Luu, PhD candidate in the Disability and Community Faculty Research Group in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Postgraduate Teaching Fellow in the Discipline of Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health. More

Five minutes with Jordi Austin, Director of Student Support Services and the elected Fellow of Senate representing professional staff. 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