Former justice Elizabeth Evatt and leading UK jurist Lord Bingham will lead the University's celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
World leading solar cell expert, UNSW Professor Martin Green, is a keynote speaker at the Asia Pacific's premier renewable energy conference in Sydney.
Students who have demonstrated excellence through performing arts, scholastic achievement, leadership or sport are now eligible for bonus points for entry into UNSW undergraduate programs.
Kate O'Donnell's analysis of the struggle between the planning powers of local and state governments has won her the Planning Institute of Australia's Student Excellence Award.
A study of the controversy surrounding urban planning for religious purposes is just one of the student projects that will be on display at the Faculty of the Built Environment's graduand exhibitions.
In the November/December issue of Uniken we look at some of the challenges that face our designers, as well as acknowledging their astounding achievements.
UNSW experts available for commentary and analysis on the US election
Students from the Faculty of Built Environment have dominated recent national and state awards with innovative ideas in industrial design and ways to help combat climate change.
Award winning architect Alec Tzannes has been appointed as the new Dean of the Faculty of the Built Environment (FBE) at UNSW.
An icon in US disability culture, the acclaimed playwright, poet, actor and dancer Neil Marcus, has told an audience at UNSW that 'Disability is an art - it is an ingenous way to live'.