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.


Medical researchers and practitioners, philanthropists and a former librarian are among the UNSW community recognised in this year’s Queen's Birthday honours.


UNSW and Randwick City Council have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to progress a shared sustainability agenda, encourage collaboration and provide opportunities to work together on local projects.


Academic excellence and an enviable international outlook have helped UNSW climb four places to 45 in the QS World University Rankings.


UNSW has won more than $20 million in the latest round of grants from the Australian Research Council, including $4.3 million for a fire safety training centre and $5.3 million for two prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowships.


UNSW researchers have been awarded $2.7 million in the latest round of federal government funding for industry-linked research projects, outperforming other universities in the State.


The “high-stakes game” of UNSW's international engagement and its emergence as Australia’s global university have been celebrated at a book launch and awards ceremony in Sydney.


A landmark agreement, signed today, will see $200 million invested in intellectual property developed by academics at nine universities in Australia and New Zealand, including UNSW Sydney.


Finding solutions to the challenges facing communities in New South Wales will be the focus of an alliance of three of Australia’s leading universities.