The summer 2019 issue of UNSW Magazine takes a ride on the new light rail, introduces the new Dean of Medicine, plans the rescue of the endangered mountain pygmy-possum, and defines the battle against waste into 2020. And don't forget the best books for summer reading ...
The arrival of light rail provides an efficient and environmental option for people bound for Kensington campus.
Microrecycling trailblazer Veena Sahajwalla says 2020 will be a defining time in our battle to reduce waste.
The new Dean of Medicine’s road to UNSW almost took a very different turn.
UNSW imprints are offering plenty of options for summer reading, including blissful memories of the joy of pools, answers to the big questions you've always asked about the universe, the secrets of a former Director of Public Prosecutions, a different take on overcoming racial hatred, and how to cook with native Australian ingredients.