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The Australian Boat Race 2014...

An annual rowing race between the rivals - University of Sydney and University of Melbourne. ... Read more

Zheng Guogu in conversation with ...

Join us for a conversation between acclaimed Chinese artist Zheng Guogu (insert Chinese characters) and ... Read more

The 2014 City of Sydney Peace ...

Hear Julian Burnside speak and witness Malcolm Fraser present him with the 2014 Sydney Peace Prize. ... Read more

Insights 2014: The World Trade System ...

In our last Insights lecture for 2014, Professor Romalis explores the resilience of international trade in ... Read more

Promoting lifestyle physical activity and ...

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

2014 Sydney China Business Forum...

2014 Sydney China Business Forum will provide a unique opportunity for leaders in government, business and ... Read more

An English Winter’s Evening...

An English Winter’s Evening Choral concert presented by Sydney University Graduate Choir, Soloists and ... Read more

Key events

  • Date
  • 27 October 2014
    5.00pm - 6.00pm


    Henri Kowalski¹s comings and goings.

  • 27 October 2014
    5.30pm - 7.00pm

    Postgraduate coursework student information evening

    Explore your options for postgraduate coursework study at our information evening. 

  • 27 October 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas Key Texts - Professor Vrasidas Karalis

    The New Testament has shaped all forms of thinking from politics to aesthetics, from sociology to psychology and of course from religion to spirituality. Tonight we explore its continuing significance under the light of modern scholarship.

  • 28 October 2014
    12.00pm - 1.00pm

    Glycaemic control is more than HBA1C: A UK perspective on Type 2 diabetes & the elderly patient

    In this Impromptu Seminar Dr Strain will discuss his research in the treatment of diabetes in elderly patients.

  • 28 October 2014
    1.00pm - 2.00pm

    Charles Perkins Centre Hub Education Innovations

    This seminar will present an overview of the activities and achievements of the Charles Perkins Centre Science of Learning Science project node as well as reflecting upon some of the highlights of our work on the transition of undergraduate teaching into the new Charles Perkins Centre Hub

  • 28 October 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
    100x100 william fox

    Sydney Ideas - The Brandscape: the role of public art in contemporary nature

    William Fox is Director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada, a world-renowned archive, research center, and instigator of creative interactions between people and their environments. Presented with Sydney Environment Institute and the Macleay Museum.

  • 28 October 2014
    6.00pm - 8.00pm

    make code play (opening night)

    This exhibition showcases works that straddle the digital-physical nexus in an exploration of how design will shape the human experience of digital technologies in the near future.

  • 28 October 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - Matt Laffan Memorial Lecture on Social Justice

    Society has failed to approach disability and people with disability as just another aspect of the human condition. Human rights lawyer Rosemary Kayess explores the impact this has had on people with disability and how mechanisms framed by human rights and CRPD can drive change.

  • 29 October 2014
    11.00am - 5.00pm

    make code play

    This exhibition showcases works that straddle the digital-physical nexus in an exploration of how design will shape the human experience of digital technologies in the near future.

  • 29 October 2014
    5.00pm - 6.30pm

    21st Century Medicine - Are Teenagers (actually) Crazy?

    What is the connection between the hormones of puberty – testosterone for boys and oestradiol in girls – and adolescent behaviour, health and wellbeing? Adolescent health experts Professor Kate Steinbeck and Associate Professor Catherine Hawke discuss their research.