Uniken - Spring Edition
- Posted: 14th September 2011
The university landscape is being transformed globally and with it the path to career success for the modern academic. Australia's longest serving professor Ralph Hall, from the School of Social Sciences and International Studies, has seen first-hand the changes in academia across his 42 year career. In the latest edition of Uniken, read about the changes facing academia.
Also in the Spring issue of Uniken, a story on how women face yet another dilemma when it comes to motherhood: could three kids push you out of the workforce? Anna Zhu, research associate at the Social Policy Research Centre investigates with Catherine Brogan.
Sydney's past is more than just ball-and-chains, bubonic plague and brothels. Grace Karskens from the School of History and Philosophy discusses the buried truths of early settlement.
Read these stories and more in the Spring Edition of Uniken.
Uniken is UNSW’s flagship magazine. Now published quarterly, it reports on the latest developments in research and teaching, as well as featuring comment from leading academics on issues of public concern.