Medical luminaries are among a number of UNSW academics and alumni recognised in this year's Australia Day honours.
The Palestinian Papers are damaging to the Palestinian Authority's leadership and must place the future of Mahmoud Abbas under a heavy cloud, writes Dr Anthony Billingsley.
The revolution in online learning continues to sweep through the tertiary education sector. Now teachers will find it easier to keep up - thanks to an innovative project at UNSW.
A bionic eye lab, liquid nitrogen ice cream and climbing the Harbour Bridge were among the highlights of the Indigenous Australian Engineering Summer School.
Many unemployed Australians will continue to live in poverty unless the government acts on the recommendations of the Henry Review, says Professor Peter Whiteford.
UNSW academics Pat Dodson and Megan Davis have been selected to an expert advisory panel that aims to secure constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians.
Mothers are doing it for themselves by choosing self-employment as a solution to the lack of part-time options in the job market, new research shows.
A year after taking the University Medal for Architecture, UNSW graduate Felicity Stewart has secured another major prize, the NSW Board of Architects Medallion.
"If you can dream it, you can do it." For students who've missed out on their preferred course, there's a growing number of alternative pathways to university, writes Professor Joan Cooper.
Work to combat violence against women and a grassroots soccer program championing racial harmony for refugee youth have won UNSW researchers two major human rights awards.