Professor Ken Maher, of the Faculty of the Built Environment, has confirmed his status as one of Australia's leading architects by winning his profession's highest honour, the Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal.
Corporations should be managed for long-term value rather than quarter-by-quarter, said SingTel Group chief Chua Sock Koong, at the first Meet the CEO event for 2009.
One of Australia's leading academics in contemporary writing has joined UNSW.
Two UNSW academics will further their research in the US as 2009 Fulbright scholars. Meanwhile a new Fulbright scholarship was launched by the Premier at the University this week.
Outstanding researchers at both ends of the career spectrum in the UNSW School of Physics - Adam Micolich and Victor Flambaum - have won two of Australia's most prestigious academic awards.
One doctor's determination has revolutionised emergency medicine. In the March/April edition of Uniken UNSW's Professor Ken Hillman tells us about his life-saving approach.
One of the most comprehensive public collections of human pathology anywhere in the world - the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW - has opened its doors to the general public.
One of the most comprehensive public collections of human pathology anywhere in the world - the Museum of Human Disease at UNSW - is opening its doors to greater access for the general public.
Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby has taken up an appointment as a Distinguished Visiting Professor in UNSW's Law Faculty.
A state-of-the-art solar cell pilot production line will be set up at UNSW under an agreement with one of the world's leading solar power industry suppliers, Roth & Rau AG.