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16 August 2019

The project leadership centre creating a new breed of executive

A one-of-a-kind institute is helping projects deliver and equipping leaders for success.
06 August 2019

Is FaceApp hoarding our data?

In recent weeks there have been privacy concerns and questions around how FaceApp processes facial images, and whether the app is amassing a database of user-submitted images for political purposes, under the guise of a light-hearted game.
01 August 2019

Three reasons to stick with maths

Studying maths is likely to make you smarter and more employable, according to University of Sydney experts.
31 July 2019

Pilgrim travel ratings more spiritual than physical

As Muslims prepare to converge on Mecca for the annual Hajj, researchers at the University of Sydney and University of Michigan Business Schools say that reviews and star ratings posted online by pilgrims to the holy sites of the world's major religions can be unreliable.
17 July 2019

It could pay to get personal at work - here's why

Faculty of Engineering academics, Associate Professor Julien Pollack and Dr Petr Matous, have conducted research that suggests sharing a bit more in the workplace can be both personally rewarding and beneficial.
28 June 2019

Business School course first in Australia: The Economist ranking

The latest survey by the highly respected news magazine, The Economist, has cemented the University of Sydney Business School's Master of Management as the leading program of its kind in Australia.
07 June 2019

University recognises support from Buildcorp founders

The co-founders of giant construction firm Buildcorp, Tony Sukkar AM and Josephine Sukkar AM, have been made Honorary Fellows of the University of Sydney in recognition of their longstanding and continuing contribution to the University.
31 May 2019

Leading academic on list of world's top gender policy influencers

Professor Marian Baird from the University of Sydney has again been recognised in the Gender Equality Top 100 list of the world's most influential people in gender policy.
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.
15 May 2019

Tech for electorate mapping wins innovation competition

Days out from the federal election, a software company that helps charities, business and community groups influence politicians using data and technology, has won the University of Sydney Genesis innovation competition.