Efforts to control plant diseases which contribute significantly to global hunger will be the centerpiece of this year’s Sydney Science Forum – a free public lecture – at the University of Sydney.
Following a UN summit and renewed public action on climate change, research co-authored by the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre has revealed another victim: Uganda’s colobus monkeys.
The University announces three major gifts, which will see the creation of a string quartet development program and two new annual conducting and piano scholarships, offered to the Con’s brightest tertiary students.
At the end of her first year, Olivia received the Stanley and Ivy Tipper Trust Scholarship, which was established by a gift from the late Beryl Mary Bubacz. It provides up to $6000 per year to promising students in the Faculty of Education and Social Work whose studies are being impacted by sickness or loss of employment.
A new Asian cultural adventure beckons for undergraduate students with an eye for Australia’s role in Asia. Westpac Bicentennial Foundation in partnership with the University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne has announced the launch of its inaugural Asian Exchange scholarship.
Even small expenses can add up quickly when you’re a student. For James Begley, 19, in his second year of a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) degree, the cost of public transport was a significant cause of financial stress. Thanks to a generous legacy from the late Bernard Lee, part of that burden has now been lifted.
Pave the Way was our first ever 24-hour challenge and with the support of our community we are delighted to report that within just 24 hours we raised $932,964.90 through 1,058 donors.
On a day when the University of Sydney community comes together to support two important causes, two sisters dedicate a special gift in memory of their father; a great Australian, a distinguished clinician and a respected teacher.
Education and medical breakthroughs are two of the major ways in which we can make lives better. On 16 September the University of Sydney community came together to help support two important causes.
When University of Sydney PhD candidate Kenny Sabir isn’t composing music he is deconstructing chromosomes. The musician and information technologies student won the University’s recent Three Minute Thesis finals with his presentation on understanding chromosomes’ structures.