23 October 20151.00pm - 2.00pm
The newly formed Verbrugghen Ensemble will commence in 2016 as ensemble in residence at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music to celebrate our new centenary of music making and research. The inaugural performance by the Verbrugghen Ensemble will be a launch of their 2016 program.
24 October 20157.15am - 6.00pm
Just an hour south of Sydney is the magnificent Royal National Park and the stunning south coast where Sydneysiders go to relax, explore and enjoy nature.
25 October 20158.45am - 12.30pm
The University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney, Australia's oldest universities, will encapsulate the rivalry between two great cities and two great universities as their rowing crews race on the Yarra River.
26 October 20155.30pm - 7.30pm
USSC: Obama's foreign policy, the pivot and the post-Obama era with The Washington Post's editorial page editor and columnist, Fred Hiatt
The US Studies Centre is pleased to host, editorial page editor and columnist for The Washington Post, Fred Hiatt, who will discuss President Barack Obama's foreign policy, the pivot and the post-Obama era at a public event in Sydney.
26 October 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
Until relatively recently, dreams about cancer cures have historically been just that - dreams. But there is a revolution happening in cancer treatment. Professor Michael Boyer discusses the brave new world of cancer treatment.
27 October 20151.00pm - 2.00pm
Depression is the most common psychiatric disease found in the elderly, with prevalence rates of clinically significant depressive symptoms ranging from 9-18%. Major depression is the primary cause of years lived with disability and is associated with high health care utilisation.
27 October 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
The Royal Society was founded in 1660s London to recognise, promote, and support excellence in the new sciences. What did they achieved in the yearly years and why was science so often ridiculed by opponents?
27 October 20157.00pm - 8.30pm
First year composition students explore the extremes of music-making.
28 October 20159.00am - 3.00pm
This free information seminar is designed for members of the public aged 50 and over. It provides a summary of key tips for optimising thinking skills (e.g. memory) and healthy brain ageing. Hosted by the Healthy Brain Ageing Program at the Brain and Mind Centre, presenters include expert clinicians
28 October 201511.00am - 12.30pm
A Research on Learning and Education Innovation seminar with Dr Luke Fryer, examining ways to measure – as well as initiate – students' interest in learning.