General

Murchison Widefield Array

We need to support our world-class researchers and research infrastructure to create knowledge and innovation, rather than putting future wealth and well-being at risk by plundering science for short-term savings, writes Les Field.

29_business_students_flipped_class.jpg

UNSW has claimed the top spot nationally for Accounting and Finance in the 2015 QS university rankings. Eighteen of our subject areas made it into the world’s top 50.

storm warning

UNSW is open today, Wednesday 22 April, as scheduled. Be aware that travel to and from campus will be slower than usual. Please travel safely. 

 

b_10_copy.jpg

Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs on his ambitious agenda for UNSW and how a three decade–long love affair with Sydney helped bring him back to Australia.

istock_000008624389_large.jpg

With the loss of government funding for Future Fellowships, we risk impeding the development of a generation of younger researchers and losing our highest achievers to other nations, writes Les Field.

27_cover_revsilver_someofthesedays_donald.jpg

The latest books by UNSW academics.

here_and_now-87.jpg

Welcome to Here and Now – a multi-sensory art installation created by Tamara Dean, UNSW Media’s Artist-in-Residence.

a2.jpg

UNSW academics don’t just do outstanding research, they also excel at passing on their knowledge to students.

minote_awards.jpg

A round-up of the top news stories at UNSW.

ianjacobs.jpg

It gives me great pleasure to introduce this first issue of UNSW’s flagship publication for 2015 – and my first issue as President and Vice-Chancellor.

Pages