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Fat, bad, and always sad? ...

Some have argued that victimization should be expected in every child with obesity who will, ... Read more

Rare Bites - Rare Books ...

Rare Bites is a series of informal and entertaining 30 minute lunchtime talks held monthly during ... Read more

Sydney Science Forum 2017: The Doctor...

No need for a TARDIS… jump through ‘wibbly wobbly’ theories of time travel, and discover ... Read more

Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program - ...

An intenstive 5-day academic residential program for year 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to ... Read more

Key events

  • Date
    Time
    Event
  • 16 August 2017
    5.45pm - 7.15pm
    SSF4-100x100

    Sydney Science Forum 2017: Stranger Things: Animal Pregnancy

    Discover cutting-edge techniques to identify pregnancy genes – the instructions in an animal’s DNA that cause it to have a live baby rather than laying an egg. Dr Whittington's work identifies the fundamental processes of pregnancy the world’s only male-pregnant animals – the seahorses.  

  • 26 August 2017
    9.00am - 5.00pm
    -

    Compass @ Open Day

    Students and their families are invited to Open Day and attend a range of Year 10-12 workshops; parent information sessions; activities for the whole family including young children, and 1-2-1 scholarship application consultations for Cadigal Alternative Entry and Early Offer Year 12 (E12).

  • 31 August 2017
    6.00pm - 8.30pm
    ots100

    Sydney Ideas - Outside the Square: To Be Or Not To Be?

    The 400 year anniversary of Shakespeare’s death was celebrated by many in 2016. But will he be celebrated with the same passion in 2116?

  • 6 September 2017
    10.00am - 2.00pm
    -

    Year 6 Discover Uni

    Discover Uni day is an on-campus experience to introduce students to the University community as a place of life-long learning. Hands-on activities delivered by Faculties begin to build links between students interests and higher education.

  • 6 September 2017
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
    saloni100

    Sydney Asian Art Series lecture by Saloni Mathur - A Fragile Inheritance: Radical Stakes in Contemporary Indian Art

    The Sydney Asian Art Series presents leading international voices on early, modern and contemporary Asian art. Third in the 2017 series is a lecture by Saloni Mathur, Professor of Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art, University of California, Los Angeles.

  • 20 September 2017
    5.45pm - 7.15pm

    Sydney Science Forum 2017: World Builders

    Find out how the Experimental Planet being developed by the EarthByte Group in the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences, is exploring different pathways in Earth’s geological evolution and enabling an unprecedented understanding of Earth’s dynamic engine and environmental interactions

  • 26 September 2017
    10.00am - 2.00pm
    -

    Life at Sydney

    A two-day program for high achieving Year 11 students to experience university life.

  • 12 October 2017
    6.00pm - 8.30pm
    ots100

    Sydney Ideas - Outside the Square: Are Teachers Obsolete?

    At a time when anyone with a smart phone and an internet connection can access vast sums of information within seconds, how relevant are teachers today? And, what about tomorrow?

  • 18 October 2017
    5.45pm - 7.15pm

    Sydney Science Forum 2017 @ Westmead: Nature in cities: how is persists and why you need it

    Discover the ways nature adapts to the pressures of city life and find out about new ways to conserve nature in cities. We will explore how nature in cities links to human wellbeing, and understanding the ecology of novel urban ecosystems is central to creating liveable global cities.

  • 19 October 2017
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
    ro100

    Sydney Asian Art Series lecture by David J. Roxburgh - Painting after the Mass-Produced Image: Art in nineteenth-century Iran

    The Sydney Asian Art Series presents leading international voices on early, modern and contemporary Asian art. Fourth in the 2017 series is a lecture by David J. Roxburgh, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Islamic Art History, Harvard University.