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15 - 18 Jul 9:00am 5:00pm

The School of Risk & Actuarial Studies at UNSW Sydney is pleased to host the 22nd International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME 2018). 

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18 Jul 6:00pm 7:00pm

The war in the Middle East has forced millions of Syrians and Iraqi to leave their homes. A large percentage of these populations suffer from severe traumatizations due to their horrifying experiences. How does this refugee crisis provide a magnifying lens for the current challenges of mental health systems in both poor and rich countries?

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24 Jul 6:30pm 7:30pm

Do developing countries have anything to fear from international environmental law?

Presented by Professor Daniel Bodansky, Foundation Professor of Law in the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

Historically, developing countries have often been wary of international environmental agreements, fearing that environmental regulation would limit their ability to grow economically.

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25 Jul 4:00pm 5:00pm

Precision gene-editing is bringing us closer to the reality of designing select genetic traits into human embryos.

In a future where embryonic gene-editing could have a profound influence on athletic performance, what are the potential risks to individuals and communities? With considerable personal, political and economic advantages to be gained, how can we prepare for the arrival of a generation of gene-edited athletes?

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26 - 27 Jul 9:00am 5:00pm

In October 2017, the UN Special Rapporteur on Right to Privacy presented to the United Nations General Assembly an interim report on Big Data – Open Data, which considers the advent of modern data technologies, international standards, and regulation and their impact upon the human right to privacy.

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26 Jul 5:00pm 7:00pm

“Ever since the US government has professed to see in international relations an opportunity for moral progress, not just an unending power struggle, it could never abandon the rhetoric of human rights, and the construction of the image that the US was the last best hope for the world and destined to lead the world to more human rights and democracy.

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30 Jul 6:00pm 7:30pm

Join Professor Darryn Waugh from Johns Hopkins University and UNSW for an enlightening discussion around the enduring impact of the ozone hole on climate.

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7 Aug 1:10pm 2:00pm

Bask in the beautiful sounds of one of the country’s leading chamber ensembles, as the Australia Ensemble present a free lunch hour concert.

Gabriel FAURE | Dolly Suite
Karl Amadeus HARTMAN | Serenade
Matthew HINDSON | Celebration

Location: John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW (Building G19) Venue Map

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8 Aug 6:15pm 9:00pm

If we are going to reach 50% women in leadership roles by 2025 in the built environment industries we need to work together in new and innovative ways.

Continuing from the success of our 2016 initiative, please join us for an evening with built environment women, from industry and academia, who will have 2 - 3 minutes to present:

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11 Aug 8:00pm 10:00pm

A musical legacy in and of itself, this concert pays homage to the nature of artistic inheritance and influence that left many composers overlooked in favour of former colleagues. 

Matthew HINDSON | Septet (2009)
Anton REICHA | Wind Quintet in E flat Op.88 no. 2 (1818)
Wolfgang MOZART | Piano trio in C K548 (1788)
Johannes BRAHMS | Clarinet Quintet Op. 115 (1891)

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15 Aug 7:30pm 10:00pm

The 2018 Warrane Lecture will be delivered by Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop of Sydney.

The Warrane Lecture is an annual public lecture delivered by an eminent person from public life or academia. Its aim is to contribute to the understanding of important issues and current challenges facing society, in line with the overall aims of UNSW's Warrane College.

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22 Aug 6:00pm 7:00pm

Ethics is the philosophy of human conduct. How should we act? That's the question of ethics. Throughout most of history, the repertoire of actions available to us was very limited, as was their reach and complexity. Likewise, power structures were largely independent and trade was slow, which contained the impact of actions in both space and time.

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1 Sep 9:00am 4:00pm

Open Day is your chance to experience life at UNSW, explore the campus and your future study options. The annual event is UNSW’s largest future student event, attracting prospective students, parents, teachers and the broader community. You will have the opportunity to attend taster lectures on all of our courses, ask experts your questions one-on-one, explore the campus with a student led tour or discover your passions by participating in interactive and immersive experiences.

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7 - 8 Sep 8:30am 4:10pm

The 2nd International 'Living to 100' Conference is hosted by the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), UNSW Sydney. 

Our internationally acclaimed line up of speakers will deliberate on the latest research on exceptionally long-lived individuals, in particular centenarians and supercentenarians.

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11 Sep 1:10pm 2:00pm

Bask in the beautiful sounds of one of the country’s leading chamber ensembles, as the Australia Ensemble present a free lunch hour concert.

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART | Flute Quartet in D KV285
Paul STANHOPE | All Air and Shadows
Leonard BERNSTEIN| Clarinet Sonata
Franz SCHUBERT | Sonatensatz

Location: John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW (Building G19) Venue Map

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11 - 13 Sep 6:00pm 9:30pm

Rapid advances in genetics, robotics and other sciences are challenging our understanding of what it means to be human. Can science resolve key ethical questions? What role does religious thinking play in the age of genomics? And how do scientific and religious ways of knowing relate?

Dr Denis Alexander will seek to discuss and address these questions and more at the 2018 New College Lectures this September. 

 

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15 Sep 8:00pm 10:00pm

The relationship between Schubert and the guitar may appear tenuous at best, however it forms the basis of a beautiful program, one which draws together music from the nineteenth century with sparkling Australian chamber works for guitar. 

Robert SCHUMANN | Fantasiestücke 
Robert DAVIDSON | Landscape 
Franz SCHUBERT | Serenade from 'Schwanengesang' D957 no.4
Phillip HOUGHTON | From the Dreaming 
Paul STANHOPE | Shards, Chorales and Dances 

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