Throughout 2013, the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health has achieved some remarkable milestones in improving health in Indigenous communities.
The University of Sydney and Sydney Festival have joined forces to celebrate the unique connection between Sydneysiders and our great city.
The contribution to Australian society made possible by two philanthropic gifts to the University of Sydney have seen them feature in a top 50 philanthropic gifts list. The two gifts are the Challis bequest and funding for the supercomputer SILLIAC.
Peter Davidson’s childhood illness and life experiences make his gifts to the University as poignant as they are generous.
The Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association of Australia (CMTAA) has donated $75,000 to the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Health Sciences to fund research on Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT).
The John Grill Centre hosts its inaugural roundtable dinner, bringing together industry and government leaders.
Many of us would like to leave a legacy and for it to somehow have a lasting, positive impact on peoples’ lives. One of our alumni was inspired to do just that.
Dr Lesley Muir’s studies ignited a lifelong passion for Australian history, geography and politics. Her legacy lives on through a generous gift to the Veterinary Science Foundation.
Minister Kim Carr has officially launched building work on our upcoming state-of-the-art Australian Institute for Nanoscience.
Throughout June, Compass held its first Explore Uni days with Year 7 students from Fairfield, Bass and Kogarah High Schools. Across three days, more than 300 high schoolers were guided around the campus.