Attila Brungs

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The Chair of the Board of Directors at Tesla, a human rights lawyer, and an advocate of women in defence and STEM are some of the UNSW graduates recognised in the 50th annual UNSW Alumni Awards.

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UNSW Sydney and Plenary will drive international health research and education outcomes via the $600m Health Translation Hub development.

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UNSW Sydney performs strongly in tackling the world’s greatest environmental, social and governance challenges.

Martin Green

Scientia Professor Martin Green is the first Australian to win the prestigious Millennium Technology Prize for transforming the production of solar energy.

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Mentem by UNSW will give business and government agencies access to the University’s diverse portfolio of education programs to upskill and reskill their workforces.

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A new participation target will open the door to higher education for thousands of under-represented students from across the country.

Attila Brungs holding a Pride in Sport plaque with Ben Cork

As part of UNSW’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, the partnership will offer education and assistance with strategy development.

Professor Renate Egan, Dr. Edwin Schlossberg - Ambassador Kennedy’s spouse, Scientia Professor Martin Green, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, Professor Alistair Sproul, UNSW Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Attila Brungs.

The US Ambassador to Australia met with UNSW leaders, researchers and students as well as attending a friend’s graduation ceremony during her visit to campus.

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UNSW's strategic investment in research sees it advance to 64th globally. 

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Scientia Professor Sven Rogge has been appointed Dean of Science following a lifelong passion for the discipline.

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