Michelle Lim, E12 recipient, Bachelor of Science student and accomplished ballerina, dazzled more than 350 guests at the launch of our first major fundraising campaign.
The University of Sydney has announced three major gifts totalling $16 million, underlining the importance of philanthropy to the future of Australian universities.
Tom Austen Brown was an avid amateur archaeologist, and his remarkable legacy lives on through his substantial bequest towards the study of prehistory.
Donations are helping our researchers revolutionise the treatment of burn injuries by developing a laboratory-cultured, three-dimensional skin for burn victims.
Our staff are developing robots that will help Australia’s agricultural industry increase efficiency, produce higher yields and ultimately enable automated harvesting.
A generous donation from businessman Greg Poche is helping to improve Indigenous health and provide real-world training for University of Sydney students.
Agave, a plant best known for making tequila has the potential to be a greenhouse-gas friendly solution to the fuel crisis, according to Dr Daniel Tan.
University scholarships funded by your donations can make all the difference for our students. A scholarship helped Kat de Jong resume her studies after a serious illness.
Stuttering can cause frustration and anxiety, and interfere with a person’s ability to engage with others. Donations have helped us to develop treatments for stuttering.
Michael Boyle and Robin Craig hope their donation to support sustainable power generation and water supply will inspire others to donate and change the world.