Masters student Gemma Borgo-Caratti helped young people find their voice at the UN Climate Change Conference in South Africa.
Two UNSW students will see first hand the inner workings of international commerce and diplomacy after winning coveted internships at the US Consulate in Sydney.
High school students from rural NSW have completed UNSW's first residential work experience program under the ASPIRE scheme.
A tool that helps find people trapped in buildings via mobile phone signals and easy-to-use luggage for wheelchair users are just two products on show at the Industrial Design Graduand Exhibition.
Australia's next generation of artistic talent is now on show in COFA's graduating students' exhibition.
Law student Natalie Karam is heading to Hong Kong for further study after winning a prestigious Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Award for future leaders.
David Phillips Field has opened after a$10 million dollar redevelopment, creating one of the finest university sporting facilities in the state.
UNSW PhD candidate, Cara Young, is working on a new therapy for type 1 diabetes. She is exploring techniques to prevent rejection of insulin-producing cells.
From bowel cancer, volatile mushroom compounds and dirty data to negative emotions in music and celebrity architects - which PhD student will deliver the best pitch at the 3 Minute Thesis competition.
The nationwide RoboCup Junior program, sponsored by UNSW's School of Computer Science and Engineering, is firing the imaginations of young robot builders.