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Contest Success for UNSW Japanese Studies Students Article - Posted on 27 September 2017

Our UNSW Japanese Studies students have been making a name for themselves in essay and speech contests.

The ABS is wrong: Inequality is getting worse in Australia In The Media - Posted on 27 September 2017

Christopher Sheil writes about the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics report and how it reflects on economic inequality.

Success at the 48th NSW Japanese Speech Contest Article - Posted on 21 September 2017

UNSW sent 7 students to the NSW speech contest with great success. Read more.

Arts & Social Sciences success at the UNSW 3MT final Article - Posted on 21 September 2017

Arts & Social Sciences' students, Antoni Tsaputra and Muhammed Ourang, took part in this year's Three Minute Thesis Inter-Faculty Final. 

The ABS is wrong: Inequality is getting worse in Australia In The Media - Posted on 19 September 2017

The Australian Bureau of Statistics announced this week that "inequality has remained stable since 2013-4". The ABS's report came as a welcome respite. Or did it?

Essay Contest Winners from Japanese Studies Article - Posted on 8 September 2017

Two students from Japanese Studies have received awards in the Japanese Essay Contest organised by International Exchange Institute in Tokyo.

PhD Students present at 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association of Forensic Linguists Article - Posted on 8 September 2017

PhD students Xin Liu and Vicky Wong presented at the 13th Biennial Conference of the International Association of Forensic Linguists

In-Country Training in South Korea Article - Posted on 8 September 2017

Korean Studies students part of the New Columbo Plan 2017.

German Language Day Article - Posted on 8 September 2017

Andrew Beattie, Miriam Neigert, and Denise Hantel represented UNSW German Studies at a German Language Day

New Scholarship for MA Research Students Article - Posted on 7 September 2017

Professor Grace Karskens and Kate Myers have successfully secured the $60,000 Prokhovnic Family Scholarship.