Two UNSW students have visited the epicentre of global affairs and policy, attending the World Bank and IMF annual meeting in Washington DC as Global Voices scholars.
Opening this week, the 2016 Sci-Fi Film Festival will feature new talent from around the globe, including a short film by UNSW film student Josef Arbiv.
“If you are into horror, then go ahead, try it out,” was the invitation to visitors at the Bodies and Interfaces exhibition at UNSW.
The rights of Indigenous peoples and children will be the focus of UNSW alumna Samara Hand’s postgraduate studies in London as a 2016 Roberta Sykes Indigenous scholar.
A UNSW program for gifted children is engaging some of Australia's brightest youngsters with problems their elders have struggled to solve.
When the Swans burst through their banner at the MCG for the AFL grand final, UNSW will have plenty of reasons to cheer them on.
The bittersweet bliss of first love is the subject of Krystal Sutherland’s debut novel, to be published in more than 20 countries, with a film to follow.
UNSW has been be crowned 2016 champions at the Australian Snow Uni Games, taking home the trophy for the first time in 30 years.
Weekly visits by UNSW students to the Villawood Immigration Detention Centre have culminated in a special issue of Human Rights Defender magazine.
PhD candidate Chuka Oham is researching how to improve the security of self-driving vehicles so passengers will be protected from cyber threats.