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Economics/Business - 28.01
Student Case Coordinator, Student Experience & Marketing University of Western Sydney
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Psychology - 25.01
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Psychology, School of Psychology University of Western Sydney
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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology University of Western Sydney
Psychology - 25.01
X2 Lecturers in Psychological Science, School of Psychology University of Western Sydney
Computer Science - 24.01
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Art and Design - 24.01
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Art and Design - 23.01
Learning Designer, People and Success, Office of People University of Western Sydney
Administration - 21.01
Coordinator, Engagement & Content, Whitlam Institute University of Western Sydney
Administration - 21.01
Senior Project Officer, Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning Futures University of Western Sydney
Law - 20.01
Associate Lecturer, School of Law University of Western Sydney

Art and Design

Michael Dagostino is the new Director of Museums and Cultural Engagement, looking after the Chau Chak Wing Museum and Seymour Centre, and other cultural outreach activities. With more than 25 years in the contemporary arts sector - most recently at the Campbelltown Arts Centre - Mr Dagostino will start the role in March, taking over from Director David Ellis, who is retiring after 20 years at the University.

Psychology - Jan 23

Teenagers who feel well-supported by their parents are more likely to report increased internet addiction over time, in a surprise finding from a new University of Sydney Business School study.

History - Jan 19

Ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day, Dr Benjamin Nickl, in the School of Languages and Cultures, explores the use of Nazi uniforms in popular culture.

Health - Jan 13

Researchers have developed a method that could 'turn back the clock' on damaged heart tissue following heart attacks.

One of the things kids love most about the beach is the chance to play with sand. Not only does it make excellent material to play with, but it is versatile, cheap, and widely available. Dr Sanne Mestrom, senior lecturer at Sydney College of the Arts, explains how to make the most of it this summer.

A new exhibition of contemporary artworks from Papua New Guinea (PNG) celebrates how a unique art form from the country's remote highlands has gained a global foothold and allowed a community of female artists to participate in the wider economy.

Economics - Dec 22, 2022

The University of Sydney and Thales Australia have extended their longstanding partnership to continue research and development of transformational solutions in aerospace, space, defence and digital security fields.

Health - Dec 22, 2022

As the warmer months arrive, they also bring increased activity from creatures that can bite and sting.

Innovation - Jan 20

Researchers developing alternative proteins and assistive technology for the blind have received investment from the NSW Government in a new round of Tech Central funding announced today. The NSW Government's Tech Central Research and Innovation Infrastructure Fund has today granted $8 million towards projects at the University of Sydney, UTS and ARIA Research to advance R&D infrastructure at Tech Central.

Linguistics - Jan 18

Associate Professor Xiaohuan Zhao, from Chinese Studies in the School of Languages and Culture, shares what it means to be born in a Year of the Rabbit.

Law - Jan 13

Professor Simon Rice from Sydney Law School explains the role of Iran's 'revolutionary courts' in the suppression of widespread protests following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody in September 2022.

Environment - Jan 10

The University of Sydney and Taronga Conservation Society Australia have been awarded the Silver Award in the QS Reimagine Education The Power of Partnerships Award for our partnership that has resulted in the innovative degree Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Taronga Wildlife Conservation).

Environment - Jan 4

Perovskite-silicon cells can dwarf current solar panel efficiency  Professor Anita Ho-Baillie is joining forces with Sydney-based renewable technology company SunDrive to commercialise perovskite-silicon cells - a significantly more advanced solar technology than present options on the market.

Social Sciences - Dec 22, 2022

The University of Sydney is changing the way it supports students from disadvantaged backgrounds as it prepares to welcome a more diverse intake in 2023.

Health - Dec 22, 2022

Researchers at the University of Sydney are embarking on an Australian first research trial into the use of psychedelics in combination with psychotherapy for the treatment of alcohol use disorder.

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