The other Australian team heading to the World Cup in South Africa - UNSW's Football United - had a successful warm-up match against politicians in Canberra this week.
UNSW has been well represented in the 2010 Queens Birthday Honours list with a number of distinguished academics and alumni recognised.
A non-invasive form of brain stimulation therapy for depression is delivering promising results in early trials, and researchers are looking for more people to take part in the study.
Australian television news devotes more air time to horse racing than women's sport, a bench-mark report by UNSW's Journalism and Media Research Centre has found.
A UNSW academic has worked with UNICEF to establish a professional social work system in Vietnam - the first for the country in 30 years.
UNSW - the only higher education partner of the Australia China Business Council - will feature in seven VIP events at China's Shanghai World Expo.
A leading Samuel Beckett scholar and literary critic has taken up a prestigious new position at UNSW.
Julia Leigh, author of the acclaimed novel The Hunter, is UNSW's Literary Fellow for 2010.
Award-winning author, David Malouf has told a UNSWriting audience what inspired him to write his latest novel, Ransom.
The University of New South Wales is holding its Postgrad Expo on Wednesday, April 21 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney.