On Saturday 6 August, the University of Sydney welcomed new inductees into the Founders’ Circle – a society that honours benefactors of lasting influence.
It takes talent and a lot of hard work for our researchers to achieve their goals. It also takes practical support, including from our amazing donors. Here are five projects that matter and deserve all the support we can give them.
A record $35 million gift will enable construction of the Susan Wakil Health Building.
Long overdue research begins with a generous donation and a community ready to see new opportunities in a complex area.
Arts student Kirsty Mitchell was the first recipient of the Gwen and David Moore Aboriginal Scholarship. She tells us what it means to her.
A recent gift to the Charles Perkins Centre will help protect the youngest members of our community from rising risk factors.
Retired civil engineer Richard Smith (BE (Civil) ’61) and current University of Sydney student Alex Gibson both understand the value of education in providing all kinds of opportunities
One of Australia’s greatest composers, the late Peter Sculthorpe AO (DMus ’05), was central to shaping the nation’s musical identity. His legacy will endure through a generous bequest.
Two dogs have a new leash on life thanks to inspiring work at our Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
A scholarship named for John Bradfield (ME 1896 BE(Civil) 1889 DSc 1924), designer of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, has enabled an engineering student to develop a unique urban vision.