Psych superstars

In the Spring Issue of UNSW magazine, we meet psychology's emerging research stars; we unveil the collaboration boosting the fortunes of a local high school; and we talk to Brenda L Croft about her artistic journey of self-discovery in the shadow of the Stolen Generations.


Welcome to the Spring Issue  of UNSW magazine – Uniken. 

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As he prepares to step down from the top job, UNSW Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer leaves behind a university transformed. In Uniken's cover story, he talks candidly about his eight-and-a-half years as VC and the changes he has led.

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How far should we go in recognising our first peoples in the constitution? Professor Megan Davis says true “recognition” must be more than “mere poetry” in a preamble. Read the full story in Uniken.

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Becoming a successful scientist means having the confidence to try, says marine ecologist Professor Emma Johnston, whose high profile work in Sydney Harbour is inspiring a new generation of women. Read the full story in Uniken.

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In our Summer issue, we talk to refugee law expert Jane McAdam, investigate our remarkable record in producing millionaire graduates, and listen-in on a conversation with Australia’s most generous philanthropist, Frank Lowy.

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Afghanistan has been Australia's most intensive military commitment since Vietnam. As deployment ends, what will be the mental toll of combat on our returning troops? Read the full story in the latest issue of Uniken. 

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An Antarctic odyssey; Australia's looming ‘China choice’; and a diminutive female android that interacts with humans – read the latest issue of Uniken in print, online or download the mobile app.

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Download the new Uniken app for the chance to win a tablet computer and enjoy Uniken wherever you are.

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Described as one of our greatest storytellers, photographer William Yang has been at the centre of Sydney’s artistic life for more than four decades. Now he is collating his work for future generations.