Early in the pandemic, when there was much less traffic on the roads, people took to their bikes. But since then, fewer people are cycling, with rates now lower than in 2011.
The 2023 Alumni Award winners inspire positive change and empower communities globally, embodying UNSW’s commitment to creating a brighter future for all.
The funding enables researchers to develop their projects, providing economic, commercial, environmental, and social benefits for Australians.
The Waterbirds Aerial Survey Team, led by Richard Kingsford, Toby Walsh and Jodi Rowley have received prestigious 2023 Eureka Prizes.
The UNSW Sydney Law & Justice academic was recognised at the 2023 awards, along with UNSW finalists in the Community Engagement and Employability categories.
The University is among six national institutions ranked in the world’s top 100.
A calm voice, a trusted expert, devoted teacher. Epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws was passionate about engaging with the mainstream media and communicating what she knew.
Collaborators cannot be reduced to single types. Their motivations are varied and can be hard to interpret.
UNSW Sydney’s leading constitutional experts discuss recognition and the need to listen to First Nations peoples when formulating policy that affects them.
The partnership will support media diversity by developing the independent information resource.