'Learn to Lead' delivers remarkable outcomes for our global community
UNSW’S overwhelmingly popular online short course for alumni, Learn to Lead, has exceeded all expectations - enhancing the leadership skills of 3,071 global community members and receiving an overall rating by participants of 8.83/10.
Designing for sound: $2.3m donated to ensure future built environments are attuned to the impacts of noise
Since 2016, the UNSW Engaging Women in the Built Environment event has celebrated the achievements and diverse career paths of trailblazing women in the field. This year was no exception, with a philanthropic gift from the late Associate Professor Anita Lawrence adding to the excitement.
Congratulations to Emeritus Professor Brynn Hibbert AM FRSN, recipient of the The Royal Society of NSW Medal (2019)
The Royal Society of NSW Medal was presented to Professor Brynn Hibbert’s in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of science, including administration and organisation of scientific endeavour and for services to the Society.
Congratulations to the Centre for Marine Science and Innovation, awarded US$325,000 by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Associate Professor Suhelen Egan and Professor Torsten Thomas, of the Centre for Marine Science and Innovation in the Faculty of Science, together with a team of international scientists have been awarded US$325,000 by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation as part of the Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative.
Learn to Lead with UNSW attracts over 4,200 alumni eager to develop their leadership skills
The much anticipated Learn to Lead short course has launched attracting UNSW alumni from across the world. “Excited to be back at UNSW!” says alumnus, Miki.
Sydney Airport funds century-long scholarship to support under-represented groups in the aviation industry
The inaugural recipient of the SYD100 scholarship has been announced, with 19-year-old Manmeet Kaur the first recipient of a four-year scholarship to study at UNSW’s School of Aviation.
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Mentor’s Gift to Paediatric Neuromuscular Research Provides Hope
A recent gift of $1 million from Dr. Heather Johnston to support the research led by her mentee, Dr. Michelle Farrar, has both specialists reminiscing, and discussing the breakthrough treatment advances for the most vulnerable of patients, who until recently had no hope of improvement.
Mark Tidswell gifts $AU200,000 to School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering (SPREE) to maintain leading education for students
A longtime advocate and supporter of renewable energies, Mark has given generously to SPREE over the years, to ensure the next generation of photovoltaic engineering students receive the support they need.