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UNSW scores well in citations Article - Posted on 19 September 2008

UNSW is the most cited Australian university in the area of social science and the fourth most cited Australian university in the world, according to new figures complied by the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) database.

A fresh look at disability studies Article - Posted on 10 September 2008

The Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children's Services, Bill Shorten, has said there is an urgent need for research in the disability area, while announcing the establishment of the Disability Studies and Research Centre at UNSW.

Ancestral knowledge to assist Indigenous families Article - Posted on 22 August 2008

More attention needs to be paid to Indigenous wisdom if the over representation of Indigenous children in the Australian welfare system is to be corrected, a visiting international expert has told a UNSW audience.

Academic Board results - Congratulations Janet Chan, Brynn Hibbert and Carol Longbott Article - Posted on 6 August 2008

Voting for the President and two Deputy Presidents of the Academic Board is now complete.

Award-Winning Journalist and UNSW Alumnus, Ben Doherty, to Inspire Next Generation Article - Posted on 9 October 2000

Prospective postgraduate students will have the opportunity to meet award-winning journalist and Alumnus, Ben Doherty at the UNSW Arts & Social Sciences Postgraduate Information Evening.

UNSW Gamelan Ensemble Inspires New Forms of Music Learning and Cross-Cultural Friendships Article - Posted on 9 October 2000

Three months on, the UNSW Gamelan Ensemble reflect on their learnings from their recent trip to the 2015 Bali Arts Festival.

Introducing Eileen Baldry Article - Posted on 2 June 2000

After eight and a half fruitful years, we farewell James Donald and welcome Eileen Baldry as interim Dean of Arts Social Sciences.

A Message from the Dean Article - Posted on 2 June 2000
James Donald’s Book Launch and Farewell Article - Posted on 2 June 2000

A jam-packed room of guests. A famous jazz trio. Smooth saxophone tones and swaying hips. Loosened lips. That’s definitely the right way to launch a book on two African American stars, Josephine Baker and Paul Robeson, and their legacy of 1920s music, dance, film and politics.

TBA Article - Posted on 30 November 1999