A round-up of the top news stories at UNSW.
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.
The aftermath of Cyclone Pam gives Australians an opportunity to return the generosity we have received from our region and redeem our international reputation in the process, writes Mary O'Malley.
Adolescents with substance abuse problems could benefit from a new treatment approach developed by a UNSW researcher awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.
The “breathtaking and cruel” nature of the Australian bush has been brought to life in a multi-sensory art installation by UNSW Media’s Artist-in-Residence Tamara Dean.
Ela Gandhi has delivered the 2015 Gandhi Oration, saying her grandfather's teachings are more relevant than ever, with Islamophobia, terrorism and climate change standing in the way of peace.
On his first day in the job, UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs outlines his aspirations for “the next chapter in the development of this great university”.
Researchers and clinicians from UNSW Medicine dominate a list of staff and alumni whose achievements have been recognised with Australia Day Honours.
Ela Gandhi, the granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, will deliver UNSW’s 2015 Gandhi Oration on Friday 30 January.
UNSW experts are available over the summer break to comment on subjects ranging from terrorism, cyberbullying and road safety, to binge eating, grandparent carers and the year ahead in economics.