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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

Building apps, dissecting molluscs, investigating crime: these were just some of the activities on offer for more than 550 Year 8 students at last week's Compass Investig8 Uni. More

The status and advancement of women at the University is an important area of focus and is a strategic priority in 2014. To address how the University attracts, retains and promotes the best and brightest female staff, Equity and Diversity are developing a new University of Sydney Women's Career Acceleration and Leadership Strategy. More

To help build a safer and healthier working environment, Safety, Health and Wellbeing (SHW) conduct a number of programs across the University to enhance the wellbeing of staff. One program is positive psychology - practical courses that give people the confidence to be responsible for their own wellbeing, and to know when and how to respond to workplace mental health and wellbeing issues. 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