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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.

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Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Les Field has been elected to the Council of the Australian Academy of Science, as Secretary for Science Policy.

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Innovative use of adaptive technologies to teach engineering and a scheme that encourages disadvantaged students into university have won UNSW two prestigious teaching awards.

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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.


University presses are rising to the challenge of changing technology and those who suggest the book is dead, says UNSW Press' Kathy Bail.

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UNSW has been awarded more than $29 million for 88 projects in the latest round of Australian Research Council major grants.

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Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer has applauded the vision behind the Federal Government’s Asian Century White Paper and welcomed the recognition that education and innovation are central to achieving its objectives.

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A new centre to help double Indigenous student enrolments at UNSW has been opened by the NSW Governor. Balnaves Place – Home of Nura Gili was made possible by a $1.5 million donation from The Balnaves Foundation.

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The Australia Ensemble@UNSW will this Saturday premiere 'Ten Suns Ablaze', a new work commissioned by subscriber Sean Buck in celebration of his 50th anniversary of moving to Australia.

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UNSW academics from Japanese Studies and Medicine have been named among Australia’s most inspiring teachers.