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UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences research projects have benefited from the latest round of ARC Linkage Grants.
The Faculty was awarded two Linkage Project grants, a success rate of 66.7% (2 out of 3 proposals), compared to 36.7%…Posted: 4th July 2012
OPINION: Australian sport has a women problem: its men won't stop assaulting them. After dozens of incidents of brawling, public urination and worse, footballers in particular have become notorious for their bad behaviour off the field.
But it is the…Posted: 3rd July 2012
UNSW recently partnered with Henan University, China to host an international conference on the works of the influential French philosopher Gilles Deleuze.
The Kaifeng International Deleuze Conference held in May, was the first of its kind to be held…Posted: 27th June 2012
UNSW student Andrew Blackie is heading to China to compete in the finals of an international language competition that will be broadcast to an audience of 20 million.
Run by the Chinese Ministry of Education, Chinese Bridge is a language proficiency…Posted: 27th June 2012
Professor Peter Aggleton from the National Centre in HIV Social Research has published his latest book, Understanding Global Sexualities: New Frontiers.
The theory-building book adopts a global perspective on sex and sexuality. The book was…Posted: 26th June 2012
It is elementary that most business investors seek to make money. But Gina Rinehart’s investment in Fairfax is not aimed at a financial return. There are a hundred other, healthier companies where this is possible, if that was genuinely her aim.…Posted: 26th June 2012
The largest study ever undertaken in Australia to investigate and address public perceptions of drinking recycled water will be led by UNSW’s Journalism and Media Research Centre.
The research will form the basis of a national education and…Posted: 26th June 2012
The 2012 federal budget has been described as “a big taxing, big spending budget" with a big focus on welfare. The first spending measure to be legislated and to come into effect is the new Schoolkids Bonus, with the first payments to start…Posted: 22nd June 2012
UNSW Open Day is your chance to see the University up close, meet the lecturers and chat to current students. Have your questions answered and find the right information to help you choose your ideal degree at UNSW. Discover what its like to be a…1st September 2012 1st September 2012 When: 1st September 2012 Location: UNSW Kensington Campus http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-and-events/unsw-open-day-2012-1694.html
The heart of Irish Sydney, Bondi Beach, will become the centre of annual Bloomsday celebrations for the first time this weekend at an event hosted by UNSW.
Bloomsday is celebrated world-wide to mark June 16, 1904, the day James Joyce chose to set his…Posted: 15th June 2012