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31 January 2017

Trump's ban erects wall of ideology, race and religion

Trump's ill-advised ban may provide a 'told-you-so' moment for extremists who have long argued for cutting American ties over treatment of Muslims, writes Hussain Nadim.

31 January 2017

Teased and bullied – the challenges of starting school with a stutter

Children who stutter face unique challenges at school. They may experience social difficulties, with research showing more than half of them are teased or bullied regularly, writes Professor Mark Onslow.

31 January 2017

Our role in 2017

"We are committed as a University to build a culture based on values of courage and creativity, openness and engagement, respect and integrity, and inclusion and diversity," says Dr Michael Spence, Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney. 

30 January 2017

Westpac scholars set to attend Sydney

Four graduates have been awarded Future Leaders scholarships through the Westpac Bicentennial Foundation allowing them to undertake fully funded postgraduate studies at Sydney.

27 January 2017

Eye-popping art comes to Laneway Sydney

For the third year running, Sydney College of the Arts students and graduates will participate in a contemporary art exhibition for the Sydney leg of the 2017 St Jerome Laneway Festival on Saturday 4 February.

26 January 2017

Vice-Chancellor acknowledged with University community in Australia Day Honours

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence is among dozens of members of the University community to be recognised for their service to improving Australian life in this year's Australia Day Honours.

25 January 2017

Super sleuth questions cancer research papers

Questionable research concerning a gene linked to cancer could be misleading researchers working on treatments, says cancer expert Professor Jennifer Byrne. 

25 January 2017

Indonesian leaders unite for women's rights

The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney is helping 26 Indonesian NGO leaders fighting for women's rights and to stop violence against women in Asia.

25 January 2017

Roger Reddel wins medical research award

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians has awarded the Neil Hamilton Fairley Medal, 2017 to cancer researcher, Professor Roger Reddel.

25 January 2017

Time for progressive fair trade policies

As US President Donald Trump rejects the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it's time to rethink trade policy and produce credible and inclusive fair trade, writes Dr Patricia Ranald in the Sydney Morning Herald.