Film critic Margaret Pomeranz will be part of a public discussion on censorship at UNSW this week.
One of Australia's most brilliant legal minds, Emeritus Professor Hal Wootten, will discuss how to live a worthwhile life as a lawyer, in a public lecture at UNSW this Thursday.
Arc@UNSW has made a clean sweep at the annual ACUMA Awards, with four of their initiatives winning first place above any other Australian university.
Two leading UNSW Chemical Engineering academics have been honoured with prestigious awards for their research achievements.
The plight of an estimated 5.2 billion people who live in poverty, including 2.2 million Australians, will be the focus of Anti-Poverty Week at UNSW from October 13-17.
As the eyes of the world remain firmly on the United States, a lecture will be held this week examining the American empire and the implications of that for the rest of the world.
Five Indigenous trainees gave an inspiring personal account of their experiences of workplace training during the University's first annual UNSW Indigenous Showcase.
Simply rezoning land for higher-density residential use is unlikely to be enough to meet the NSW Government's Metropolitan Strategy, UNSW research has found.
The way male managers power dress, posture and exercise power is due to humans' evolutionary biology, according to research from UNSW.
Solar-generated electricity will cost the same as coal-fired power in less than five years, China's "Sun King" and UNSW alumnus Dr Zhengrong Shi has predicted during a visit to the University.