Chinese State Councillor and Member of the Communist Party Politburo, Madam Liu Yandong, has visited UNSW to mark the 40th anniversary of Sino-Australian diplomatic relations.
Leading building and construction companies have joined with university experts in a major new initiative to help Australia achieve its emissions reduction target.
Our word-class research has been recognised in the 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia report, which assessed research quality in the country's higher education institutions.
UNSW scientists have starred as thinkers and reformers in the Sydney Morning Herald’s Top 100 list of influential people.
High school students from regional NSW are one step closer to their dream careers thanks to a residential program run by UNSW’s ASPIRE program.
There are major opportunities for growth in the trade and business relationships between Australia and India, the Chairman of the Tata Group told an audience at UNSW after receiving an honorary Doctor of Business.
UNSW will honour the outstanding achievements of Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group – India’s largest corporation – with the degree of Doctor of Business.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Les Field has been elected to the Council of the Australian Academy of Science, as Secretary for Science Policy.
Innovative use of adaptive technologies to teach engineering and a scheme that encourages disadvantaged students into university have won UNSW two prestigious teaching awards.
Sixty years after Australia first opened its doors to students from Asia, some of the first intake will be back on campus this week for a gala dinner, with a keynote address by the NSW Premier.