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Researcher honoured in Top Ten list
USYD Fri, 29 July 2016
A University of Sydney academic working to improve the quality of maternity and infant health care in Australia's remote communities has been recognised among the nation's top researchers Fulbright-UTS agreement to boost international research collaboration
UTS Thu, 04 February 2016
Dr Tangerine Holt of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission (centre) with UTS Dean of Law Professor Lesley Hitchens (left), who signed the agreement on behalf of UTS, and UTS Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Glenn Wightwick. Picture by Elizabeth Kuo
Exceptional senior scholars from the United States will come to Sydney to collaborate with UTS researchers under a new agreement signed this week with the Australian-American Fulbright Commission. Sponsored by UTS, the...
Researchers shine spotlight on teen eating disorders
USYD Thu, 28 July 2016
Health experts from the University of Sydney will take to the Seymour Centre stage in a unique theatrical collaboration this August aimed at dispelling myths around eating disorders and fad dieting in teenagers. UTS lays a foundation for better understanding of Indigenous Australia
UTS Wed, 03 February 2016
The CAIK team (from the left),  Professor Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews, Professor Susan Page, centre administrator Gavin Stanbrook and centre director Professor Michelle Trudgett. Picture supplied
A foundation subject drawing on the award-winning TV series Redfern Now will be among the first elements of an initiative to expand Indigenous content in curricula across the University of Technology Sydney. The subject...
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