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Comment on the second discussion paper in our 2016–20 strategic planning process, Investing in research excellence. 

Research discussion paper
Focus groups in the Great Hall

What makes a distinctive undergraduate education? Staff share their views

Several hundred colleagues from across the University joined a series of in-person and online forums last week to share their views about the proposals in the strategic discussion paper Developing a distinctive undergraduate education. 

Vice-Chancellor and Principal Dr Michael Spence

We have achieved much under the current strategic plan, and around 90 percent of staff and student respondents to the strategy survey said the mission we articulated for 2011-15 is still relevant. Yet they also expressed a desire for the University to embrace a bold vision for the future, including support for strategic investment in key areas of both existing and emerging research excellence.

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Thank you to staff, academics and students who worked on Year 3 "Discover Uni" - 700 students from 14 schools had an amazing day!

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Duncan Ivison

Join a live Yammer forum with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Join a live Yammer chat forum with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison on Tuesday 28 July at 12.30-1.30pm.

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Dr Elizabeth Scott

Five minutes with Elizabeth Scott

Dr Elizabeth Scott, Senior Psychiatrist at the headspace clinic in Camperdown, discusses how working collaboratively in the Brain and Mind Centre is helping her provide treatment to young people with mental health issues.

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Two arts lecturers exhibit at MCA

The first major museum survey of the work of Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) lecturers David Haines and Joyce Hinterding is on show at the Museum of Contemporary Art until September.

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Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

Sydney Ideas: Indigenous Peoples and Globalisation

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Special Rapporteur for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations (pictured) will deliver a keynote presentation for the ‘Defence of Country: Aboriginal people dealing with the impacts of globalisation in Australia’ symposium.