Arts & Social Sciences Faculty Showcase

On Monday 20 November, UNSW Arts & Social Sciences will host the Faculty Showcase – a dynamic suite of events celebrating the Faculty’s achievements across academic excellence, social engagement and global impact.

Engage with our expert Says Who? panel discussion on Education and Equality, hear thought-provoking presentations on today’s pressing global issues, congratulate this year’s outstanding student leaders, and more.

Through our world-leading research, UNSW Arts & Social Sciences enhances understanding of the human condition, addressing and debating global issues. This focus on humanity brings to life UNSW’s 2025 Strategy across a diverse range of disciplines, determining UNSW as Australia’s Global University.

Join us as we champion discovery, creativity and critical thinking.

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Says Who? Education & Equality – Panel Discussion & Exclusive Cocktail Reception

Says Who Education

Join Professor Susan Dodds, Dean of UNSW Arts & Social Sciences for a stimulating panel debate between education figureheads on the challenges associated with achieving equality in our education system. What unfinished business do we need to address?

Our expert panel features: 

Adrian Piccoli – Honorary Professor of Practice, UNSW School of Education 

Jihad Dib, MP – Shadow Minister for Education, NSW Government 

Liliana Mularczyk, OAM – Director of Secondary Education, NSW Department of Education

Facilitated by:

Alexandra Smith @AlexSmithSMH – Education Editor at the Sydney Morning Herald

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FASStival

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences presents FASStival – an interactive multi-media exhibition featuring thought-provoking presentations from the Faculty on today’s pressing global issues.

Hear our world-renowned academics translate ground-breaking research into the fast-paced environment of PechaKucha*. Engage with issues as diverse as cyberhate, peacebuilding, political assassinations in Kenya, community engagement in research for Indigenous populations, renewable energy in West Africa, and Chinese social policy and urbanisation.

Indulge in international knowledge exchange, and immerse yourself in the UNSW Arts & Social Sciences’ experience.

*PechaKucha means chit-chat in Japanese. This presentation style incorporates 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total)

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UNSW Arts and Social Sciences – Bringing humanity to the UNSW 2025 vision

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences celebrates discovery, creativity and critical thinking. Our world-leading research enhances understanding of the human condition, and our sense of social responsibility drives us to address and debate global issues.

As a Faculty, our values align strongly with the bold, ambitious and altruistic UNSW 2025 Strategy built on the interplay between academic excellence, social engagement and global impact. Our focus on humanity brings to life this vision across a diverse range of disciplines, determining UNSW as Australia’s Global University.