A UNSW academic and an Italian professor are pairing up to write the world’s first book on food, humour and disgust.
The launch of the new UNSW Library Digital Collections shines a light on this exciting and highly accessible material.
My work is very much focused on contributing to bettering the lives of people living with a disability, says UNSW’s Professor Iva Strnadová.
With border restrictions in place, chasing his sailing dreams has been a challenge for UNSW Commerce student Max Paul, but he is determined to keep an even keel.
The Greek Australian Archive will document the lives of post-war arrivals, their tales of success and adversity, and produce an online collection for the NSW State Library, says historian Nicholas Doumanis.
Research by UNSW Sydney and Omni Tanker will lead to production and maintenance breakthroughs and enhanced export markets.
UNSW Sydney continues its rise through the ranks to 74th in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Dr Phillip Wadds says early intervention can challenge toxic masculinity that may have led to the recent unprovoked knife attack on a man in Sydney.
Four of Australia’s leading universities and TAFE NSW have announced the formation of a joint taskforce to drive an education-led economic recovery for Western Sydney.
Sharing footage of crimes and natural catastrophes on social media can be both beneficial and detrimental to the wider community, says criminology expert Alyce McGovern.