UNSW Art & Design student Samuel Jaramillo’s comic about food security has been selected for inclusion in an international publication.
A presentation about efforts to understand the imperfect atomic structures of lead-free piezoelectrics has taken top honours in the UNSW Three-Minute Thesis finals.
Our student representatives tell it like it is. When it comes to sex, consent is everything.
UNSW’s women’s AFL team, the UNSW-Eastern Suburbs Stingrays, will head to the grand final this weekend hoping to bring home the premiership for the first time.
Practice-based Honours in Performance, Media and Film studies is a year long intensive creative-research process that allows students to develop their practice and create original, innovative works.
Up to 400 UNSW students will head to the Indo-Pacific region in 2017, after receiving more than $1.1 million under the Australian Government’s new Colombo Plan.
Managing water resources from space, the cognitive impacts of stress, and whether metadata retention is a breach of privacy, are just some of the concepts battling it out for top UNSW Three-Minute Thesis honours.
A student-designed rug inspired by native Australian flowers has won the Rug Up 2016 design competition and will be exhibited as part of the Sydney Design Festival.
Some of the vibrant designs currently on display at the Rug2 exhibition at UNSW Art & Design as part of the Sydney Design Festival.
UNSW student Denny Dien and Engineering Scientia Experience Manager Selena Griffith will travel to Toronto next month for the Enactus World Cup, a meeting of 3,500 social entrepreneurs and innovators.