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Dr Nicolas Rasmussen awarded the prestigious Jackson Prize Article - Posted on 24 August 2008

Dr. Nicolas Rasmussen of the School of History & Philosophy, is the winner of the fifth annual Stanley Jackson award for the best paper in the Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Science. The journal paper is titled 'Making the First Anti-Depressant: Amphetamine in American Medicine, 1929-1950 (JHMAS July 2006, vol.61, no.3). The same paper won the 2007 J.Worth Estes Prize of the American Association for the History of Medicine, for best scholarly work on the history of pharmacology and pharmaceuticals, earlier this year.

Appeal for the China Earthquake Disaster Article - Posted on 10 August 2008

Students in Chinese Studies in the School of Languages and Linguistics have organised an appeal for the China earthquake disaster.Anyone wishing to contribute to this appeal should come to the School Office on Level 2 of Morven Brown Building where donations can be made to the student volunteers. All donations received will be passed on to the official account for earthquake victims with the Bank of China, Sydney.

Scientia Professor Ian Tyrrell appointed as Harmsworth Professor of American History Article - Posted on 8 July 2008

Oxford University, for the 2010-2011 academic year

UNSW students are winners in Japanese Speech Contest Article - Posted on 18 September 2007

New Labs Officially Opened Article - Posted on 18 September 2007

Korea comes to UNSW Article - Posted on 31 August 2007

Senior diplomats and education specialists from leading Korean universities have met at UNSW to explore new ways to tap the growing interest in Korean studies.

When refugees bring real benefits to host communities In The Media - Posted on 30 November -0001

A remote Kenyan camp delivers social and economic advantages.

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.