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Sydney Children's Festival...

Performances, workshops and free activities for kids aged 5-12!... Read more

Festival of Democracy...

Join the Sydney Democracy Network for four full days of talks, debates, workshops, art and ... Read more

2014 Annual Conference of the Australian ...

Over four days, the conference program will combine all-day interactive thematic workshops, over one hundred ... Read more

Wireless wellbeing and personalized health: ...

There has been an unprecedented explosion of digital technology for personal use this century. These ... Read more

Australian and New Zealand Society ...

UNTIL 3 OCTOBER: The annual ANZSOC conference will highlight cutting-edge criminological research being conducted around the ... Read more

Ride2Uni Day 2014...

Get pumped up and jump on a bike on Ride2Uni day and enjoy a ... Read more

The Australian Boat Race 2014...

An annual rowing race between the rivals - University of Sydney and University of Melbourne. ... Read more

Promoting lifestyle physical activity and ...

As exercise uptake in the population is low, creating an environment that offers plenty of ... Read more

An English Winter’s Evening...

An English Winter’s Evening Choral concert presented by Sydney University Graduate Choir, Soloists and ... Read more

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  • 23 September 2014
    5.30pm - 8.00pm
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    Meet Sydney in Auckland

    Representatives and alumni will be in Auckland to answer all your questions about studying at the University of Sydney.

  • 23 September 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
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    Sydney Ideas - What’s Happening to Universities?

    Universities across the world are experiencing dramatic changes in their forms of funding, assessment, and governance. UK commentator on the higher education sector, Cambridge academic Stefan Collini joins Professor Duncan Ivison, for a big picture discussion on the challenge.

  • 24 September 2014
    12.00am - 12.00am
    Festival of Democracy

    Festival of Democracy

    Join the Sydney Democracy Network for four full days of talks, debates, workshops, art and cinema focusing on the formidable practical challenges confronting democracy across the globe.

  • 24 September 2014
    11.00am - 12.30pm
    Matavai Cultural Arts

    Children's Dance Workshop

    Pacific Island cultures come alive in this workshop at the Macleay Museum. Learn dance moves and stories from across the region, with members of Matavai Cultural Arts, where Pacific people unite, share and connect.

  • 24 September 2014
    1.00pm - 2.00pm

    SCA ARTALK: Catriona Moore, Senior Lecturer, Art History & Film Studies, University of Sydney

    Sydney College of the Arts presents an annual series of free public talks by local and international artists, critics, curators, directors, writers, academics, researchers and leaders in the arts industry.

  • 24 September 2014
    2.30pm - 3.30pm
    Coffe cup

    Coffee Club (Azzuri Café)

    A time for good coffee and good conversation with other study abroad and exchange students. Free event.

  • 24 September 2014
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - The Kids Aren’t Alright – Supporting children when a parent has cancer

    Cancer does not occur in a vacuum; ­ it has an impact on family, friends and colleagues. So when a parent has cancer ­ what about the children? Professor Kate White addresses emotional and practical needs of the children in the cancer affected families.

  • 24 September 2014
    6.00pm - 7.00pm

    Distinguished Speakers Program: Professor Luke Nottage

    Consumer Protection and Free Trade Agreements Bilateral and regional trade and investment treaties are questioned by many on the political left and some on the (economic) right. The former think they go too far and inevitably undercut regulatory controls.

  • 24 September 2014
    6.00pm - 7.00pm
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    2014 Murray Lecture - Professor Justin O’Riain

    When humans are either on the menu, or being forced to share it, our response to conflict with animals reveals a recent evolutionary history as both a food source and a fearsome competitor. A behavioural ecologist explores how humans and wildlife species are adjusting to life in the Anthropocene.

  • 25 September 2014
    4.00pm - 5.00pm