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UNSW water project wins international award Article - Posted on 18 September 2014

UNSW project wins the 2014 WateReuse International Award in Texas.

Historian’s encounter with the Pacific wins top prize Article - Posted on 17 September 2014

A book surveying Enlightenment-era European encounters with the people of the Pacific has won a UNSW academic the NSW Premier’s History award.

Dr Mary McAleese to speak at UNSW Article - Posted on 26 August 2014

The Global Irish Studies Centre will welcome former President of Ireland Dr Mary McAleese back to Australia more than a decade after she stood in the Opera House to announce the campaign to establish a Chair in Irish Studies at UNSW.

The Nanoscientist and The Sociologist Article - Posted on 12 June 2014

Her vision is to use nanotechnology to deliver drugs and gene-silencing therapies directly to cancer cells. He is a social scientist with an interest in the social and ethical issues of technological change.

Model of support policy is poor, in any language In The Media - Posted on 2 December 2013

Public schools in NSW are in for a shock when they start back next year. They will find there is no one at their local office to give advice on enrolling newly arrived children who do not speak English.

Global Irish Studies Centre Says Thank You Article - Posted on 13 May 2013

On 5 November 2012, the Global Irish Studies Centre held a reception for donors past and present, including those who were instrumental in building the Chair in Modern Irish Studies over a long campaign.

UNSW's Dr Jeff Kildea presents on Hugh Mahon at Aisling Society talk 24 April 2013 Article - Posted on 19 April 2013

Hugh Mahon: Irish-Australian Patriot'

ANZAC Day Commemoration - Dr Jeff Kildea 'ANZACs and Ireland' Article - Posted on 19 April 2013

ANZAC Day Commemoration

UNSW Historian Harvard-Bound Article - Posted on 30 November -0001

UNSW’s Scientia Professor John Gascoigne will travel to Harvard next year to take up the prestigious Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Chair of Australian Studies.

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How history can challenge the narrative of blame for homelessness

While homelessness is becoming more visible, it is not new in affluent societies like Australia, writes Anne O'Brien.

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