UNSW Canberra

tree harvester next to forest

Your super is likely exposed to major nature-based risks. How big a risk? We don’t know - because to date, banks and super funds haven’t looked into it. But that’s likely to change.

UNSW Library Lawn

Members of the University community have been recognised for their outstanding achievements across a broad range of fields in 2023.

Prime Minister John Howard surrounded by cabinet members and senior military officers

This year’s release, from the cabinet records of 2002, is framed by two events of the previous year: the Tampa affair and 9/11.

child with a disability being cared for

Making it possible for NDIS participants to choose registered or unregistered providers affords the ‘dignity of risk’.

Indigenous man canoeing in Ecuador

Almost 200 countries are reckoning with the world’s extraordinary loss of the variety of life at the COP15 nature summit in Canada. Here’s why Indigenous involvement is crucial.

Students walking on UNSW Kensington campus

The new round of grants will support research in science, engineering, medicine, business, arts, and built environment.

UNSW Sydney Clancy Auditorium

UNSW ranks in the world’s top 50 universities on the latest Clarivate list of Highly Cited Researchers. 

2022 UNSW Alumni Awards._.jpg

The Chair of the Board of Directors at Tesla, a human rights lawyer, and an advocate of women in defence and STEM are some of the UNSW graduates recognised in the 50th annual UNSW Alumni Awards.

cop27_smartphone_display_reduced.jpg

UNSW has a wide range of experts available for comment on COP27, the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

The NDIS logo in front of a building

The budget forecast steep NDIS costs, but also allocated funds to review and support the scheme in sustainable ways that could contribute positively to the economy

Pages