Last week the University ran its first faculty educational integrity roadshow. Find out about the roadshows and the support available to help you with the implementation of educational integrity measures for Semester 1, 2016.
The Faculty of Science Overseas Conference and Research Visit Support Program 2016 Round 1 applications will close Friday 26 February 2016 for travel in the period March-September 2016.
Watch this short video to find out more about yammer and how you can make the most out of it at work.
Dr Alice Williamson has featured in the ABCs report on "Australian female scientists and researchers at the top of their field" to mark the day. Congratulations Alice!
Following the conclusion of the Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism Taskforce and the endorsement of all its recommendations by SEG and the Academic Board, a number of changes will be in place for teaching in Semester 1 2016.
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From 1–3pm in the New Law School Lecture Theatre 024. Register via email.
From 1–2pm in the New Law School Lecture Theatre 101 - no registration required.
The first Sydney Science Forum lecture for 2016, presented by Associate Professor Michael J. Biercuk.
This Sydney Ideas lecture presented by Professor Carl Wieman, Department of Physics and Graduate School of Education, Stanford University and Nobel Laureate, will discuss a new approach to teaching and learning that is needed for students in the 21st century.
Some University applications and services will be unavailable on 7, 13 and 20 February.
ICT will be performing scheduled maintenance on the Hyperion Planning and Reporting system this weekend from 6pm Friday 12 February to 8pm Sunday 14 February.
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