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The forum will explore how to enhance engagement for students with disability in the current climate and how Disability Services is supporting students with Autism and provide an update on the current Disability Inclusion Action Plan.
The Media and Marketing teams invite academic staff to join an online session on how to promote your research through social media on Wednesday, 23 September 2020.
This discussion, moderated by Associate Professor Jennifer Smith-Merry, reflects on the flexible ways of working that have been normalised in the COVID-19 pandemic and how we can think about this in relation to disability inclusion, from business organisational frameworks, to education pathways and training.
Staff and student perspectives regarding the new online teaching and learning environment. This panel will discuss the pros, cons and tips for the future of online teaching and learning and how to ensure online classrooms are inclusive and accessible. Featuring FMH student panel member: Emily Ha, (Undergraduate student).
Did you know that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the USA is the largest public funder of biomedical research in the world? It invests more than $32 billion a year to enhance life and reduce illness and disability. This webinar will give you an overview of the grant process.
Hear about the application process to become a Faculty of Medicine centre in 2021. Our speakers are Professor Mark Rees, Deputy Executive Dean, Research Partnerships and Janine Richards, Director Faculty Strategy and Partnerships
Presented by Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, the esteemed panel will discuss and explore the potential benefits of genomic medicine, what is happening in Australia and internationally to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in genomic medicine and research and what role does government have to play to ensure all Australians can benefit equally from innovative medical interventions.
The 2020 Diana Temple Memorial Lecture, presented by Professor Raina MacIntyre, honours the memory of Dr Diana Temple AM, a former member of the University of Sydney community and an advocate for the role of women in science.
From 27 September, all Zoom meetings will require either a passcode or that the waiting room feature is enabled. The update is designed to improve the security of your meetings and ensure they are not interrupted by undesired attendees.
From 9am-5pm on 19-20 September, ICT will be upgrading the security of on-campus phone systems. This may result in brief outages and the disconnection of phone calls.
We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.