An expert panel including Paris Aristotle, Guy S. Goodwin-Gill, Gillian Triggs and Huy Truong will discuss ways to break Australia’s deadlock over refugee policy at a UNSW Grand Challenges event at Sydney Opera House on 15 August.


For UNSW alumna and NITV Political Correspondent Nakari Thorpe, NAIDOC Week is an important opportunity to learn more about the role Indigenous Australians play in the community.


Indigenous languages, like the Aboriginal flag, unite communities and are reminders of resistance, resilience and advocacy for Indigenous people, a gathering to celebrate NAIDOC Week has been told.


A new hub to strengthen qualitative research has launched at UNSW, opening its workshops and seminars to researchers from all over Australia and overseas.


UNSW students, staff, alumni and allies show their support for LGBTQIA Pride month. 


Journal Impact Factors are unreliable and may be gamed. But they can still offer value, writes Merlin Crossley.


UNSW Sydney is delighted to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Eastland to the position of Director Entrepreneurship.


Universities must play their part in tackling the plight of refugees, UNSW Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs has told a World Refugee Day event in Sydney.


Former Editor-In-Chief of The Age, Paul Ramadge, will oversee the PLuS Alliance, the international partnership to find research-led solutions to global challenges.


Former economic adviser to the Obama Administration, Professor Christina Romer will discuss the 2008 global financial crisis and its implications for future economic policy at a free public lecture at UNSW.