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27 June 2019

World-first gathering showcased health security's past and future

Spurred on by a desire to help the world better prepare for future major adverse health events, University of Sydney health security expert Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott recently spearheaded the world's first international Global Health Security meet-up.
19 June 2019

University of Sydney scoops up humanities grants

The Australian Academy of Humanities has awarded four University of Sydney academics grants - the most grants awarded to any university in the country.
13 June 2019

Classics and history graduates take up prestigious UK degrees

The Department of Classics and Ancient History is delighted to congratulate the four students.
11 June 2019

Talking bots, taboo words and political slogans

Does language control us? A linguist, psychologist, political scientist and speechwriter shared their perspectives at Sydney Ideas.
11 June 2019

Sydney experts help secure Australia's place in Remembrance Alliance

Scholars from the University of Sydney's Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies played a vital role in helping Australia secure membership to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
05 June 2019

Hillary and hashtags: how young female voters think

Females aged 18 to 30 in London and Sydney have faith in the political system, yet are often disenchanted with the governmental status quo, new University of Sydney research has found.
30 May 2019

Measuring performance: How KPIs came about

In this age of big data, we look at the emergence of KPIs and performance measurement in organisations.
30 May 2019

University researchers to help Facebook counter hate speech

Researchers from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are the first University of Sydney academics to receive research support from Facebook.
27 May 2019

2019 Sandra Cadwallader Scholarship winner announced

A generous scholarship enables an ambitious Indigenous student who lives 400 kilometres from Sydney to achieve his dream of studying economics.
20 May 2019

Sydney experts advocate for inclusivity at the OECD

Intergenerational inequality creating a new class system, the need to apply a gender lens on the future of work and women in STEMM are some of the key arguments University of Sydney academics will make at the 2019 OECD Forum.