Changing the lives of Indigenous Australians through education is a bit like trying to walk up an escalator that is on its way down, but it is possible to reach the top, writes Professor Richard Henry.
UNSW has been ranked as one of the top 60 universities in the world in the 2012-13 QS World University Rankings.
UNSW is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Iain Martin from the University of Auckland as Vice-President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic).
Meet Taniela Afu, the first in his family to attend university. He credits UNSW's ASPIRE program, which mentors high school students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, for his success.
A group of primary school students are already making plans for university study following the launch of UNSW's newest social inclusion initiative, XPLORE UNSW.
UNSW has again been ranked in the world's top 50 universities, cementing its position as a global leader.
Five Indigenous trainees gave an inspiring personal account of their experiences of workplace training during the University's first annual UNSW Indigenous Showcase.
One of China's most prestigious universities will partner UNSW in a new Confucius Institute.
The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education has honoured 29 UNSW staff members for their contribution to student learning.