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    Time
    Event
  • 15 August 2016
    1.00pm - 2.00pm
    Thunbnail

    New strategies in care coordination for brain injury

    Planned (not published externally)
    This event has been cancelled

    Exchange of experiences between the University of Sydney and the University of Toronto

  • 23 November 2016
    10.00am - 3.00pm
    cass logo

    Lancaster’s ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) Research Talks

    Planned (not published externally)

    The Department of Linguistics presents: A morning of research talks by investigators from Lancaster’s ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS).

  • 1 December 2016
    6.00pm - 8.00pm
    Brain Training

    Next Gen Sydney Brain Training Public Forum

    Planned (not published externally)
    This event has been cancelled

    Brain training is one of the most promising new technologies for protecting, improving and maximising cognitive and functional outcomes in individuals with brain disorders. But how can we best harness this knowledge to improve health and wellbeing? This is the great challenge that world leaders at

  • 7 June 2017
    5.45pm - 7.15pm
    SSF3-100x100

    Sydney Science Forum 2017: The Doctor

    Planned (not published externally)

    No need for a TARDIS… jump through ‘wibbly wobbly’ theories of time travel, and discover how alcohol makes you speak louder, how to tell what part of a movie the audience is watching without looking, and why Americans are no longer the tallest people on Earth.

  • 24 August 2017
    10.00am - 11.30am
    1

    What’s bad about bullshit?

    Planned (not published externally)
    This event has been cancelled

    What is bullshit, and why is it bad? This seminar will distinguish several different conceptions of bullshit and take issue with the traditional Frankfurtian view that bullshitting is necessarily bad. Bullshitting is sometimes bad, but may sometimes be permissible and even desirable...

  • 21 February 2018
    9.00am - 5.00pm
    Phyllis Kaberry’s photograph of Arapesh women attending a ceremony in 1939 for the completion of a new ceremonial house in Waigagum village. Sepik region, Papua New Guinea. [Department of Anthropology teaching collection, Macleay Museum HP99.1.1755]

    Sydney’s Women in the Field: Phyllis Kaberry and the Sepik

    Come and visit this joint exhibition between the Library, University Museums and the University Archives to commemorate the inscription of the Anthropological Field Research and Teaching Records, University of Sydney, 1926-1956 into the UNESCO Memory of the World Australian Register.

  • 8 May 2018
    3.30pm - 4.30pm

    Study Centres

    Our Study Centres provide free homework support and tutoring to students after school in their local library.

  • 15 May 2018
    2.00pm - 3.30pm
    Dr Hongzhi Yang

    Perezhivanie during the professional experience: the nexus between pre-service teachers’ emotional experience and cognitive development

    Planned (not published externally)

    Join Dr. Hongzhi Yang as she analyses the nature and effect of the emotion-cognition nexus of pre-service teachers during the practicum.

  • 23 May 2018
    6.00pm - 9.30pm
    100x100

    The University of Sydney “Star Party”

    Join us as we share our excitement for the universe, inspire you to reach new frontiers as we celebrate the night sky and count you in as a Guinness World Record holder!

  • 24 May 2018
    1.00pm - 2.00pm
    Astronomy

    The Astronomy and Navigation of Australia's Aboriginal people

    Aboriginal people in Australia have a rich astronomical tradition. Their songs and stories show that they sought to understand their universe n a similar way to modern science. Explore the navigation of Aboriginal people with Prof Ray Norris, an astrophysicist at CSIRO and Western Sydney University.