6 November 20149.30am - 11.00am
Come to our workshop if you are interested to learn more about the history and archeology of China.
6 November 20149.45am - 4.00pm
We'd like to invite you to the 2014 Sciences and Technologies of Learning Research Fest to exchange ideas, showcase work, form new collaborations, and catch up on recent innovations.
6 November 201411.00am - 12.30pm
Cultures of China workshop is part of the 2014 China Studies Centre Annual Meeting. All welcome.
6 November 201412.00pm - 1.00pm
How safe and effective are severe and intermittent fasting diets? Are they a passing and dangerous fad, or a valid solution for a growing proportion of us?
A/Prof Amanda Salis' research into hypothalamic control of appetite, body weight and body composition aims to help more people to attain and maintain optimum body composition and metabolic health throughout life. Amanda is from the Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise & Eating Disorders.
6 November 20142.00pm - 3.30pm
China makes many territorial claims on the basis of history. How does the case of claims to Taiwan stand up when Taiwan had no permanent Chinese communities until the Dutch (1624-1662) imported Chinese for labor. Bruce Jacob’s discusses this and other of China's so-called historical claims.
6 November 20144.00pm - 5.00pm
6 November 20145.00pm - 6.30pm
Can we make food systems that are underpinned by principles of democracy, social justice and inclusivity? What needs to happen?
6 November 20145.30pm - 7.00pm
In our last Insights lecture for 2014, Professor Romalis explores the resilience of international trade in the recent global recession compared with the Great Depression. This time, the world trade system worked.
6 November 20146.00pm - 7.30pm
Join us for the University of Sydney Business School's MBA Information Session and find out what our MBA can offer you,
7 November 20149.00am - 5.00pm
Developmental disabilities, challenging behaviour and mental health: Research to practice and policy conference
The Faculty of Health Sciences and Brain and Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney is pleased to announce the conference ‘Developmental Disabilities, challenging behavior and mental health: research to practice and policy’.