Staff within the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences has been awarded 16 grants following former Education Minister Simon Birmingham's controversial veto last year.
The Fellowship for Associate Professor Kama Maclean recognises outstanding contribution to research in the history of modern India.
UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Dean, Susan Dodds, gave a Festival of Dangerous Ideas audience food for thought on how to better support the most vulnerable people in our society.
A fashion label launched by UNSW graduates is providing valuable support for migrants and refugees – and catching the eye of major designers, too.
Professor Deborah Lupton, UNSW's newest hire under the SHARP program, will explore how digital health technologies, big data and self-tracking apps are changing the way we manage our health.
There's no hiding from confrontational truths in Michael Mohammed Ahmad's new novel The Lebs.
The acclaimed author Christos Tsiolkas and UNSW academic and filmmaker Mary Zournazi are crafting a play that digs deeply into key challenges accompanying our ageing population.
A global program to tackle the challenges of increasingly populated urban environments attracted creative thinking from three UNSW PhD candidates.
Chris Thompson’s TV/web series about a young Australian girl growing up in a family of cannibals gets plenty of bites from TV and film festivals.
As a child, Nicole Murphy spontaneously wrote music for her own satisfaction. Now, the inaugural recipient of the Australia Ensemble Emerging Composer Fellowship is composing for some of UNSW's finest musicians.