Australian history needs to be rewritten to reflect the experiences of people institutionalised as children, the Australasian Social Welfare History Workshop has been told.
Young Australians are being asked whether media messages influence their attitudes to illicit drugs.
A former Australian diplomat has been appointed Director of the Confucius Institute at UNSW.
NSW Health officials have launched a new initiative with UNSW planning experts to investigate how to create healthier cities and suburbs.
An eminent group of UNSW researchers, alumni and supporters has been recognised in this year's Australia Day honours.
The arrival in Australia of our future king, Prince William, reminds us of our failure to assert our full powers of self-government, writes UNSW Professor George Williams.
Ahead of her first posting as an Australian diplomat, UNSW PhD graduate Moya Collett has won a major national prize for her research on conflict and peacekeeping in West Africa.
Problem gamblers are being created at a rate of almost one for every new poker machine introduced, new research has found.
Plans for mandatory internet filtering may see a wide range of material disappear from computer screens, according to research led by a UNSW academic.
A social scientist, a solar expert and a man who is changing the not-for-profit sector are UNSW researchers named among the 100 most influential people in Sydney.