"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.
Attempts at reconciliation against the backdrop of the racially inspired Northern Territory Intervention is just another strategy for assimilation, argues Professor Patrick Dodson.
Ireland's Ambassador has launched a new institute at UNSW dedicated to researching the Irish diaspora's contribution to modern Australia.
Talented students who complete HSC courses early can now start their studies at UNSW while still at school, under a new partnership with the NSW Board of Studies.
The Afghan mission is too vital to abandon and quitting would bring large-scale horrors, according to defence experts.
Leading experts in longevity and centenarian studies have discussed the secrets of living to 100 and beyond at an international conference at UNSW.
Lack of interest in holding a mother's gaze may be an early indicator of problems to come, according to new research reported in the latest issue of Uniken.
The publicity surrounding the Sherman gift to COFA has focused attention on the role of philanthropy in funding universities, writes Jennifer Bott, Chief Executive of the UNSW Foundation.
Dr Lisa Ford's historical account of sovereignty in North America and Australia has won her two prestigious history prizes in one week.