UNSW Arts & Social Sciences

Aunty Maxine Ryan with school children

A project run through UNSW Matraville Education Partnership becomes a proof of concept for the national Know Your Country campaign.

student taking a class online

Building students’ capacity to navigate disruptions can help them grow and achieve during COVID-19 and beyond.

A man standing on a tall tower looking down on a man on a small tower

UNSW Sydney and ACOSS release a report showing the relationship between income and health, as major inequities in the vaccine rollout emerge.

alcohol delivered to door

The regulation of online alcohol sales worldwide does not meet the same standard as walk-in bottle shops.

the japan national stadium

It aims to be the most sustainable Games in history, but will Tokyo 2020 break the Olympic record? 

Tim Putt, Amy Ridge and Nathan Power at the UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre

With athletes training in quarantine, taking regular COVID tests and competing in empty stadiums, Tokyo 2021 will be an Olympics like we have never seen before.

post-it notes experssing greetings in different languages

There are many benefits to learning a language beyond being a useful skill or hobby.

Portrait of teenage girl with classmates using laptops in computer class

An educational approach that helps students focus on their own progress can level the academic playing field, the largest study of its kind has shown.

University campus on an Aboriginal hunting ground

Universities must meaningfully acknowledge they are sited on unceded First Nations land and Indigenous culture should be recognised in campus design. These steps are vital for reconciliation.

Eleanor Roosevelt with King George VI, Sarah Delano Roosevelt, Queen Elizabeth and Franklin Roosevelt

As first lady during the Depression and Second World War, Roosevelt was instrumental in how the US was run – and did much to advance women in that role.

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