Rugby great Ewen McKenzie and Olympic silver medalist sprinter Patrick Dwyer have been inducted into the UNSW Sport Hall of Fame.
Australia may be embarking on a “new carbon future”, but coal remains our largest energy export and cheapest and most accessible source of power. Can renewables deliver on their promise?
UNSW has been named as Australia’s most innovative university, winning the higher education category of the Thomson Reuters Citation and Innovation Awards 2012.
lnternational Director and Head of Student Recruitment for the University of Glasgow, Ms Fiona Docherty, has been appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International).
UNSW is the “undisputed national champion in attracting Facebook fans”, according to a new social media index of universities.
International students applying to study at UNSW will now have their visa applications streamlined, thanks to a partnership agreement with the Federal Government.
UNSW is the first university in the world to be awarded the QS 5 Star plus badge for excellence.
When classes resumed this year, one million students, including a record first-year intake, were enrolled in the nation's 41 universities: the largest single cohort of students in our history.
For the eighth consecutive year, UNSW has been recognised as an Employer of Choice for its initiatives to support and advance women in the workplace.
Fifty grants worth more than $30 million have been awarded to UNSW in the latest round of funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council - the University's best ever result.