The Federal Minister for Industry and Science has officially launched a teaching academy dedicated to excellence and innovation in the teaching of mathematics, science and technology.
Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney and philanthropic organisation, The Balnaves Foundation, are giving next-generation medical leaders a ‘kick start’ through a new program aimed at boosting the competitive grant funding success of early career researchers.
While Ancient Greek may “never be as popular as Psychology 101”, Professor Bill Ritchie’s generous bequest will advance the study of languages, literature, philosophy and civilisation.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is proud to announce a new research and scholarships fund in Armenian studies, made possible through the generous contribution of Mr Stepan Kerkyasharian AO and Mrs Hilda Kerkyasharian.
From studying architecture at the University to preserving important Sydney sites, Graham Brooks is creating a travelling scholarship for heritage conservation through his will.
A bequest left to the University for scientific research in 1940 is still supporting vital scholarship by local and international postgraduates in biology and physics.
Researching a cure for Australia’s second biggest cancer killer is to receive a major boost with $8.9 million to establish a professorial chair in bowel cancer research at the University of Sydney.
On Thursday 26 February, the University of Sydney celebrated the impact of the 1850 Society – loyal individuals and organisations who support the University annually.
The University of Sydney has received a significant sculpture gift valued at $1.4 million created by Andrew Rogers – one of Australia’s most recognised contemporary artists today.
To commemorate the 50 year anniversary of the Freedom Ride, and ensure Aboriginal people from NSW can access education, the University has established the NSW Freedom Ride Scholarships Fund.