UNSW's elite sporting talent has been honoured at the 2008 Ben Lexcen Scholarship ceremony and the 55th Annual Blues Award Dinner.
Two UNSW students have been awarded fellowships offered by the prestigious Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program.
Twenty-three-year-old medical student Nikki Bart and her mother, Cheryl Bart, who is an alumna of UNSW, have climbed into the record books, becoming the first mother and daughter team to scale Mount Everest.
Two UNSW PhD students have been given scholarships for their research which works towards the replacement of animal experimentation in the lab.
UNSW Commerce student Gabrielle King has won a lucrative Ben Lexcen Sports Scholarship, allowing her to continue her academic studies while defending her sailing world titles.
UNSW students will become the first in Australia to receive a new Supplementary Transcript that gives graduates credit for achievements outside their formal study program.
New and continuing UNSW students will kick off the academic year this week with a program of academic and social activities during Week Zero.
Master of Commerce student Justin Jones paddles into the history books with the first successful trans-Tasman crossing by sea kayak.