UNSW Sydney’s last Grand Challenge will focus on how humans can thrive in our contemporary, globalised world.
A new UNSW Sydney report proposes new models for job sharing that are more appealing and beneficial to both employers and employees than traditional arrangements.
Associate Professor Adriana Vergés is recognised for her creative and persuasive leadership in the public interest.
Next generation of UNSW leaders named as finalists for inaugural prize.
Professor David Sanderson is applying his background in humanitarian response and management, to address the needs of people in the most vulnerable areas of the world.
A joint panel discussion hosted by UNSW’s Grand Challenges and the NSW Department of Education tomorrow will explore the critical questions artificial intelligence raises for the education system.
Globally renowned engineer Jo da Silva will share her experiences of humanitarian crises and empowering communities to reduce their vulnerability to powerful destructive forces.
UNSW Built Environment will host the inaugural Urban Resilience Asia Pacific Conference, which will explore how vulnerable communities can prepare for natural disasters and climate change.
The decline in trust in contemporary society will be the focus of a panel of progressive thinkers when Meridian 180 launches its multilingual innovation program at UNSW Sydney on Friday.
The impact of human embryonic gene editing on elite sport will be the subject of a free presentation at UNSW Sydney by Arizona State University Associate Professor Diana Bowman.