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Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program ...

The Bunga Barranugu Winter Program is by invitation only. Year 12 Students attend a five day ... Read more

Making Tomorrow Forum...

All over Australia, there are people working in schools to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait ... Read more

China in ASEAN...

The 2016 ASEAN Forum co-hosted by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre and China Studies Centre will ... Read more

2016 Sydney China Business Forum...

The Sydney China Business Forum, now in its sixth year, is the flagship event for ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Celebration ...

International House’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert, featuring performances by distinguished alumni, friends and current ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Public ...

Is the World Coming Together or Falling Apart? As International House celebrates its 50th anniversary, ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Art &...

This special exhibition, which will see the unveiling of a major new work by Bronwyn ... Read more

Key events

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  • 14 July 2016
    10.00am - 4.00pm

    Interesting Insects

    Join us at the Macleay Museum these school holidays.

  • 14 July 2016
    4.00pm - 5.30pm

    PE Seminar Series | Neoliberalism and discourse: politics between poststructuralism and political economy

    The Department of Political Economy invites you to a seminar with Simon Springer from the University of Victoria. He will present on the topic of 'Neoliberalism and discourse: politics between poststructuralism and political economy'.

  • 14 July 2016
    8.00pm - 9.00pm

    Young Alumni Drinks

    Join fellow University of Sydney alumni for informal drinks aboard the Queen Mary at Long Beach. Guests will be joined by University Representatives who will provide an update on the latest news and developments from the University of Sydney.

  • 15 July 2016
    3.30pm - 4.00pm

    Live Webinar: The Use of Internet in the Treatment of Psychosis

    Join this live webinar and learn about the use of internet in the treatment of psychosis with guest speaker Associate Professor Mario Alvarez-Jimenez from University of Melbourne.

  • 19 July 2016
    1.00pm - 2.00pm
    Dr Rooney and Professor Boakes

    Metabolic and behavioural outcomes of excess consumption and withdrawal from sugar sweetened beverages

    Dr. Rooney and Prof. Boakes will present elements of their research into rats and sugar-sweetened drinks around: is fructose in beverages more toxic than glucose? Can we recover health by removing sugar sweetened beverages? Do artificial sweeteners lead to increased food intake and weight gain?

  • 19 July 2016
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - The Great War and Today’s World

    The construction of the Second World War as ‘good’ war fought for ‘necessary’ reasons by a generation of ‘heroes’ has created a massive obstacle to our capacity to understand the war of 1914-18 on its own terms. Leading war historian Sir Hew Strachan explores the topic.

  • 20 July 2016
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
    Professor Lawrence Gostin

    Distinguished Speakers Program: Advancing Global and National Health Security

    Lessons from SARS and MERS to Ebola and Zika. Presented by Professor Lawrence Gostin, Linda and Timothy O'Neill Professor of Global Health Law, Georgetown University, Washington DC.

  • 22 July 2016
    12.00pm - 1.00pm

    Cultural Competence at Sydney

    Challenge your perceptions, enhance your cultural mindfulness and progress your cultural competence journey at the Cultural Competence at Sydney launch.

  • 26 July 2016
    10.00am - 4.00pm

    Making Tomorrow Forum

    All over Australia, there are people working in schools to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to ‘make their tomorrow’ through success in education. The Making Tomorrow Forum brings those people together to share skills, knowledge, techniques and information.

  • 26 July 2016
    1.00pm - 2.00pm
    Professor Tim Gill

    Dietary Guidance: Has the evidence changed or have we changed?

    It could be argued that in recent years, the environment in which we live and our state of energy balance has altered dramatically creating different nutritional demands and altering physiological responses to food and nutrients. Thus previous nutritional recommendations may no longer be valid.