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Building resilience critical to end ...

Co-hosted by the Charles Perkins Centre global food and nutrition security project node and the ... Read more

Sydney Ideas - 'Beyond 1914 – The ...

Join us for a panel discussion with leading Australian historians on remembering the Great War. ... Read more

Community Values and the Challenges ...

Distinguished paediatrician, Dr John Yu, will address issues including education, refugee policy, and early childhood ... Read more

Walter Westman Lecture - Sustainability: ...

By Peter Newman, CUSP, Curtin University. The evidence for climate change engulfing our future is ... Read more

Sydney Children's Festival...

Performances, workshops and free activities for kids aged 5-12!... Read more

Wireless wellbeing and personalized health: ...

There has been an unprecedented explosion of digital technology for personal use this century. These ... Read more

5th Annual Honi Soit Opinion ...

The 5th Annual Honi Soit Opinion Competition is a chance to celebrate the great writing ... Read more

Promoting lifestyle physical activity and ...

As exercise uptake in the population is low, creating an environment that offers plenty of ... Read more

Key events

  • Date
    Time
    Event
  • 19 June 2014
    7.30pm - 10.00pm
    Reginald

    The Reginald Season 2014

    Following three successful seasons of supporting small, emerging arts companies and independent artists, we present Seymour’s fourth Reginald Season. June – December 2014.

  • 30 July 2014
    12.00am - 12.00pm
    SRC

    Students Representative Council (SRC) Elections 2014

    It’s that time of year again. As undergraduates you now get the chance to run for a position on the council of your SRC, or as an NUS Delegate or as an Honi Editor for 2014. Nominations close August 21. Read the election edition of Honi Soit and GET INVOLVED!

  • 31 July 2014
    11.00am - 5.00pm

    CALLAN PARK GALLERY: ENCHANTMENT

    Tony Convey's Enchantment is the first part of a survey of two of Australia’s pioneering artists from the outsider art scene. Convey, who has been an exhibition artist for over 40 years, has successfully exhibited throughout Australia, France, Germany and the US.

  • 4 August 2014
    12.00am - 11.59pm
    NCSS Challenge

    NCSS Challenge

    The NCSS Challenge is an online programming competition for school students.

  • 22 August 2014
    10.00am - 4.00pm
    Robots1

    Robots Fabrication & Design

    ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN LAB MID YEAR GRADUATE EXHIBITIONS

  • 24 August 2014
    2.00pm - 3.30pm
    Michael Ann Holly

    The Art of Melancholy, Michael Ann Holly

    In commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Dürer’s 'Melencolia I', this talk will address a couple of the artist’s masterful engravings, as well as a few other historical depictions of the subject.

  • 25 August 2014
    9.00am - 4.00pm

    DO-IT-YOURSELF MOBILE PHONE APPS FOR PROGRAMS & DATA COLLECTION

    Dimagi in collaboration with Sydney School of Public Health is pleased to announce an upcoming workshop on using CommCare, Dimagi’s open source, mobile phone-based software platform. 
Participants will be walked through the basic steps of using these freely available, online tools.

  • 25 August 2014
    1.00pm - 2.00pm
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    Building resilience critical to end hunger and undernutrition by 2025

    Co-hosted by the Charles Perkins Centre global food and nutrition security project node and the the NSW Committee of the Crawford Fund, Dr Fan, Director General of the IFPRI, will explore these issues in detail and share strategies for building resilience at both an individual and global level.

  • 25 August 2014
    5.00pm - 6.00pm

    ABOUT MUSIC: CHRIS COADY

    Decoding the Political Mingus: An exploration of what is, and what is not, political jazz.

  • 25 August 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
    dan garber head shot

    Sydney Ideas - Why the Scientific Revolution Wasn't a Scientific Revolution

    It was common to refer to the period in the history of science roughly from Copernicus to Newton as the Scientific Revolution. Professor Daniel Garber argues that the political analogy behind the idea of a scientific revolution is singularly inappropriate.