UNSW’s Co-op scholarship is marking its 25-year partnership with Australia’s industry leaders. Two of the biggest sponsors – Westpac and IBM – explain the flagship program’s winning formula.
Students interested in creating social change will now have access to some of the leaders in the field, such as UNSW Chancellor David Gonski, with the launch of the Centre for Social Impact’s first undergraduate course.
UNSW has received $37 million in the latest round of funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Former NSW Premier and Foreign Minister Senator Bob Carr has been appointed Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW.
Conclusions that asylum seekers are "illegal" and that they should come here in ''the right way'' might seem logical, but they are based on flawed premises, writes Jane McAdam.
A UNSW psychologist has been awarded an international fellowship to carry out the first study of whether psychological treatment for anxiety disorders in women is more effective if administered at the optimum time during their menstrual cycle.
The states and territories can enact a same-sex marriage law. The constitutional question is whether such a law is inconsistent with the federal Marriage Act, writes George Williams.
The business community may try to get as much out of Tony Abbott as possible, but do they recognise the clear differences between a CEO and a prime minister, asks Mark Rolfe.
The current debate on disclosure threshholds obscures the much larger question of why doctors need to receive “tea and biscuits” from pharmaceutical companies at all, write Wendy Lipworth and Ian Kerridge.
With almost 40 million tonnes of e-waste created worldwide each year, toxic lead contamination has become a research priority for Professor Mark Hoffman.