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Location: Sydney - New South Wales
Camperdown NSW 2006

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Economics - 02.06
Student Accommodation Manager, Infrastructure and Commercial Division University of Western Sydney
Research Management - 02.06
Research Project Assistant, School of Engineering, Design and Built Environment University of Western Sydney
Pedagogy - 02.06
Lecturer, MESH, Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning Futures University of Western Sydney
For Nominees Only University of Western Sydney
Computer Science - 01.06
Systems Engineer, Information Technology and Digital Services University of Western Sydney
Administration - 31.05
Research Officer, School of Social Sciences University of Western Sydney
Social Sciences - 30.05
Lecturer in Youth Work, School of Social Sciences University of Western Sydney
Administration - 29.05
Student Welfare Officer, Office of People University of Western Sydney

Law - Jun 2

Professor David Rolph from the Sydney Law School unpacks two key questions from the high-profile defamation trial brought by the decorated Australian soldier. At the heart of the spectacular defamation trial brought by decorated Australian soldier Ben Roberts-Smith were two key questions. Had the Age, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times damaged his reputation when they published in 2018 a series of explosive stories accusing him of murder and other crimes while in Afghanistan?

Health - May 30

The University of Sydney welcomes the Australian Government's funding for the InsideOut Institute's award-winning eClinic and Digital GP Hub which aim to improve outcomes for those living with an eating disorder.

Pharmacology - May 30

Partnership with Pharos will give the Drug Discovery Initiative access to the Pharos Chemiverse platform, with more than 230 million pieces of data to help identify promising compounds.

Chemistry - May 25

In recognition of his international leadership in chemical biology and organic chemistry, Professor Payne from the School of Chemistry has joined the ranks of esteemed scientists as a Fellow in the Australian Academy of Science.

Event - May 24

The University of Sydney awarded Margaret Pomeranz AM a Doctor of Letters (honoris causa) for her impact on popular culture, film and performing arts.

Environment - May 24

Mice are tricked to think there is no point digging for seeds A non-toxic method to prevent mice from devouring wheat crops has been shown to drastically reduce seed loss.

Psychology - May 23

Around half of young children who attended their first neurodevelopmental assessment showed signs of mental distress. Professor Adam Guastella, Dr Kelsie Boulton and Asssociate Professor Natalie Silove explore what we need to do to ensure mental health needs are addressed early.

Health - May 23

Study estimates there will be over 800 million cases of low back pain in 2050, a 36 percent increase from 2020. With an ageing population, researchers say we must 'put the brakes' on low back pain cases before the burden becomes too great for our healthcare system.

Music - May 30

Dr Alison Cole, a leading expert on film scores and lecturer in Composition for Creative Industries at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, unpacks the beauty, humour and grandeur in Nicholas Britell's score for hit TV show Succession.

Health - May 30

A new study led by researchers from the University of Sydney has found young women's engagement with social media plays a major role in shaping how they think - and act - in relation to their health. The research, published in the peer reviewed journal Health Marketing Quarterly , studied 30 women aged between 18 and 35 during the 2021 COVID-19 lockdowns to understand the factors influencing them to adopt diet and exercise messages on social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.

Politics - May 25

At a recent Sydney Ideas event on the Voice to Parliament, Indigenous lawyer and land rights activist Noel Pearson gave an impassioned address on the importance of constitutional recognition for First Nations Australians.

Career - May 24

A new article co-authored by Professor Emma Johnston, University of Sydney Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), unearths the ambiguous issues underpinning the lack of research grants for women.

Campus - May 24

University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Mark Scott AO, joins Australian business leaders in welcoming the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, His Excellency Shri Narendra Modi.

Dr Sanne Mestrom from the Sydney College of the Arts has created a sculpture that invites the community to gather and connect at the site of a traditional gathering place. Commissioned by the City of Geelong, The Secret reflects Dr Mestrom's aim to use art as a bridge between the built and natural environments and as means to create a place of refuge and play.

Dr Xavier Ho, a Junior Visiting Fellow in the University of Sydney's inaugural Hunt-Simes Institute in Sexuality Studies, explores the steadily growing global market for queer games.

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