Former High Court Justice, Michael McHugh, has outlined how the High Court has often frustrated the legislative policies of political parties in a public lecture at UNSW.
UNSW researchers have highlighted concerns about the clinical use and cost benefits of one of Australia's most expensive publicly funded medicines, the anti-breast cancer drug Herceptin.
Interior Architecture student Hayley Carr has won two black belt events in an international karate competition.
UNSW researchers have won two prestigious Eureka Prizes for their work in medical research.
The MBA Program at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as the leading full-time MBA Program in Australia and Asia.
Former High Court Justice the Hon Michael McHugh AC, QC will discuss the legislative repercussions of High Court decisions when he presents the annual Hal Wootten lecture at UNSW.
Global financial services firm UBS has committed to a major investment in support of Indigenous programs at the University of New South Wales.
More than 500 school students from around the state, including a record number of girls, have showcased their computer and robotic expertise at UNSW.
UNSW has received $6m as part of a $15m NSW Government funding package that aims to advance Australia's research priorities and build new world-class research facilities.
UNSW has topped the bill in the 2008 Good Universities Guide. The Guide gives UNSW the maximum five-star rating for nine key performance indicators, well above any other GO8 University.