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Vivid Sydney 2019

UNSW students and staff showcase their passion, talents and imagination at Vivid Sydney 2019, with three installations that will encourage visitors to wonder and dream.

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Randstad's Employer Brand Research Report ranks UNSW as the 15th most attractive place to work in Australia. 

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UNSW social sciences researcher Dr Caroline Lenette shares insights into the research method that breaks down the barriers between refugees and academics.

2019 UNSW Alumni Award winners: Prue Watt, Rebel Wilson and Kelvin Kong [From Left]

Hollywood actress, writer and producer Rebel Wilson, leading surgeon Associate Professor Kelvin Kong, and Paralympian Prue Watt OAM are among 13 star alumni to be celebrated at the 47th UNSW Alumni Awards.

UNSW staff and students with ASPIRE ambassadors and Matt Thistlethwaite, MP for Kingsford Smith

The Labor government has committed millions to expand the reach of UNSW's ASPIRE program to transform lives by boosting access to tertiary education for disadvantaged communities.

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UNSW academic and critically acclaimed pianist Dr Sonya Lifschitz will perform a unique multimedia composition in a series of prestigious performances in Europe.

Why sporting culture is important to well-being

Being part of a sporting club is not just about the time spent on the field each week. A sense of belonging is just as important for members.

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American journalist Rebecca Traister joins UNSW Senior Lecturer Dr Fiona Morrison to reflect on the ways the anger of women has changed the course of history. 

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The funding is part of a $174 million package Labor has promised to boost equity in higher education for Indigenous and low income students. 

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Four school leavers have been awarded Ben Lexcen Sports Scholarships this year to help them balance study at UNSW with elite sport.

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