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Natasha Butorac is one of 24 UNSW students selected to attend the World Model United Nations Conference in Melbourne.
Participants represent countries, organisations or leaders to debate pressing international issues in a simulated UN environment.…Posted: 11th February 2013
OPINION: Corporate involvement in public education is often met with suspicion. As it should be in the case of the Narara Valley High School's formal partnership with NuCoal Resources announced this week. This formal partnership between the Central…Posted: 7th February 2013
This year the School of International Studies ran a successful research workshop again for a group of research students from Busan National University (BNU), Korea from 21 January to 1 February 2013. Dr Mira Kim, who is the program convenor of MA in…Posted: 5th February 2013
Thousands more gifted students are now able to jump a class, thanks to a landmark book on accelerated learning.
“A Nation Deceived: How Schools Hold Back America's Brightest Students” argues for academic acceleration of gifted and…Posted: 1st February 2013
OPINION: At the end of the month, 15 young leaders (aged 18-35) from India will descend on Melbourne and Sydney to meet 15 of the best and brightest young leaders of Australia, at the Second Australia India Youth Dialogue conference.
They'll…Posted: 30th January 2013
Piano virtuoso Daniel Guo is one of an elite group of students merging their science and musical talents in a unique dual degree.
Guo, who holds a prestigious Licentiate Diploma in Music and topped the state in Music 2 and Extension, is one of…Posted: 29th January 2013
What happens when you listen to music? What happens in your brain? And what makes music sad, poignant or joyful?
Professor Andrew Schultz -- composer and head of the School of Arts and the Media at UNSW, and music psychologist Associate Professor…Posted: 15th January 2013
You are warmly invited to join us for a Faculty wine and cheese reception to celebrate the start of the academic year, network with other postgraduate students and meet staff from your program.
Welcoming incoming Postgraduate Coursework students…28th February 2013 28th February 2013 When: 28th February 2013 Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm Location: Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW, Kensington (Map ref G19) http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-and-events/postgraduate-coursework-welcome-1916.html
OPINION: There are a lot of questions hanging over the staged withdrawal of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) troops, including the Australian contingent, from Afghanistan by 2014.
The main publicly stated purpose of the attack on the…Posted: 19th December 2012
OPINION: By all accounts, the draft of the new defence white paper is not in good shape, a victim of the obvious trust deficit between the minister and his department, savage cuts to the defence budget and widespread scepticism about the ambitious…Posted: 19th December 2012