Health Minister Peter Dutton has officially opened the $140 million state-of-the-art redevelopment of the Wallace Wurth Building, home to UNSW Medicine and The Kirby Institute.
As its government funding draws to a close, a UNSW program that has helped thousands of disadvantaged students consider higher education has been celebrated for transforming lives.
Bowing to the high demand for university places threatens our high education standards, writes Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer.
Research into Australia's unique climate has proven invaluable in dealing with extreme weather events. Shouldn't we also listen to what the research says about global warming? asks Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
What's been largely lost in the heated debate over fee deregulation is the urgency of the financial situation facing our universities, writes Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
Universities need to be more aggressive in fighting red tape, funding shortages and incoherent policy, Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer told the National Press Club.
UNSW's state-of-the-art Tyree Energy Technologies Building was on display last week for a high-level delegation from China’s Guangdong Province.
UNSW has announced a $110 million two-year redevelopment of its residential colleges as part of a major expansion in student accommodation.
David Phillips Field has opened after a$10 million dollar redevelopment, creating one of the finest university sporting facilities in the state.
UNSW has outscored every university in Australia in the 2009 Good Universities Guide.