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USYD students enter US startup scene

University of Sydney business students are set to rub shoulders and minds with some of the world’s most innovative thinkers. In July, a group will venture to America to immerse themselves in its startup culture. Designed in collaboration with global ...

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USYD appoints writer in residence

To coincide with World Poetry Day today (March 21), the University of Sydney has named Australian poet, author and teacher Mark Tredinnick, as a writer in residence. A past winner of the Montreal International Poetry Prize and the Cardiff International ...

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Students’ most wanted: uni preferences revealed

Year 12 results are almost out, meaning NSW and ACT school students are about to discover if they’ve achieved their #goals. One of these may be to get into USYD. Australia’s first university scooped 14.84 per cent of overall preferences, per UAC figures released today. UNSW, ...

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UTS presents university commercialisation alternative

Today, in UTS’ ‘brown paper bag‘, a symposium on advancing the public benefit of universities took place. Resisting commercialisation The need for universities to focus on research and education – not marketing – was a major topic. Professor Raewyn Connell of USYD ...

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Student seepage worrisome: government

“People are making complicated – and sometimes deeply personal – decisions to withdraw from study when life gets in the way. We shouldn’t pressure students to stay enrolled if they need to care for a dying parent, for instance, and ...

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