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Three issues language proficiency can hide for students from non-English speaking backgrounds In The Media - Posted on 19 June 2018

UNSW Lecturer of Social Research & Policy, Sally Baker identifies three issues language proficiency can hide for students from non-English speaking backgrounds via The Conversation.

Article on deaf jurors wins human rights award Article - Posted on 29 March 2018
Language Students Assist the ACAP Secretariat for Another Year Article - Posted on 22 March 2018

Since 2013, the ACAP Secretariat has offered an internship programme for translation students in February of each year.

QS World University Rankings by Subject Article - Posted on 5 March 2018

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences has performed strongly in the latest QS World University Rankings.

One woman's quest to keep ancient Inca language alive Article - Posted on 16 February 2018

UNSW academic Gabina Funegra is heading to Geneva for the UN's International Mother Language Day, where she will present her documentary about her quest to save the ancient Quechua language.

Art & Social Sciences celebrates success in latest round of ARC funding grants Article - Posted on 23 November 2017

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences academics have been successful in the latest round of ARC grant awards.

From ancient times to the modern day, how Greece is the land that makes you migrate In The Media - Posted on 16 November 2017

Earlier this year several eminent members of the Greek Australian community helped raise $100,000 for the Greek History Archive.

40 Years of Understanding – Naati’s Anniversary Article - Posted on 15 November 2017

Around 80 of NAATI's friends and supporters gathered to celebrate their 40th Anniversary in September.

How the ‘Warwick egg incident’ of 1917 exemplified an Australian nation divided In The Media - Posted on 10 November 2017

The Warwick egg incident of November 29, 1917, occurred during the second conscription referendum campaign. Two Australians of Irish descent, Pat and Bart Brosnan, threw eggs at the prime minister, Billy Hughes, whose train had stopped at Warwick in Queensland’s Darling Downs.

Uncovering the real 'Secret River' Article - Posted on 27 October 2017

UNSW's Professor Grace Karskens has won a major fellowship that will enable her to use State Library of NSW archives to research Aboriginal names and stories about the Hawkesbury River.