Message from President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs
A message from the President and Vice-Chancellor showing support to those alumni affected by the current COVID19 outbreaks overseas.
Business graduate reveals how COVID-19 has changed consumer trends forever
As consumer trends continue to shift, businesses may need to rethink their marketing strategy, mix and spend in order to set themselves up for success through COVID-19 and beyond, according to Sparro co-founder Cameron Bryant (BComm `12).
The enduring support of Dr Ronald Lu gives students a glimpse of the world and sees them safely through crisis
Dr Ronald Lu’s affiliation with UNSW spans more than 45 years, having been involved with the University as a student, alumnus, supporter, volunteer and advisor. Now the Chair of the UNSW Hong Kong Foundation, Dr Lu felt compelled to act as UNSW students began to feel the personal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNSW researchers analyse the changes in alcohol consumption during COVID-19 for more effective alcohol policies
Changes to alcohol availability, high-level restrictions and increased life stressors stemming from COVID-19 will inevitably change Australia’s relationship with alcohol, but in what ways?
Alumni community stands by students during the coronavirus crisis
UNSW alumni have donated over $45,000 and shared heartfelt messages to support students facing hardship during COVID-19.
Hong Kong-based alumnus Vincent Lam helps struggling UNSW students to ‘overcome the storm’ of COVID-19
Through his Lam Kwun King Memorial Fund, Hong Kong-based alumnus, Vincent Lam (MCom ’87) has generously donated $AU10,200 (HK$50,000) to UNSW’s Student Emergency Support Fund (SERF), helping students to overcome financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.
SCUT and UNSW alumni join forces to help change the course of COVID-19
Alumni association members drive inspiring support for UNSW rapid research and frontline healthcare workers.
New study to help victims of domestic and family violence during lockdown
As one unfortunate impact of COVID-19, experts predict an increase in the prevalence and severity of domestic and family violence (DFV). A new UNSW study will generate insights that can benefit those most at risk.