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18 September 2019

Showcasing aged care, transport and mental health innovations

Seven visionary startups from Sydney students, staff and alumni will compete in the Genesis Finale at the University of Sydney this Friday 20 September.
13 September 2019

University of Sydney tops both MBA and EMBA rankings

The University of Sydney has claimed top spot in the 2019 BOSS MBA Rankings, with both the MBA and Global Executive MBA (EMBA) ranking first in Australia.
13 September 2019

Asset ownership key to understanding class in the 21st Century

With wealth inequality in Australia showing no sign of slowing, it is now a person's assets - rather than their employment status - that operates as the key decider and distributor of their life chances, argue University of Sydney researchers in a new paper.
29 August 2019

Why high-skilled workers are worrying about wage theft

The 'fissuring' of business structures and workplaces fundamentally changes the nature of work and the employment relationship, and which aren't just the concerns of low-skilled workers, Professor David Weil explained when he delivered the Kingsley Laffer lecture.
28 August 2019

Sydney's employability program wins AFR award

The University of Sydney's employability program for international students received an accolade at last night's Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards.
23 August 2019

What's happening in the Amazon?

Scientists, engineers and anthropology experts from the University of Sydney discuss the inferno that's raging through the Amazon, devastating large swathes of rainforest and increasing CO2 levels.
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.