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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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24 Jul 12:00pm 1:00pm

This is an opportunity for YOU to come along and participate in a UN consultation. Professor Joe Cannataci, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy will introduce the work he's doing and seek input into his final report to the General Assembly on Big Data - Open Data.

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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 10:00am 3:00pm

Polish your dress shoes, refresh your resume and get ready for UNSW's July Careers Expo 2018!

Come along to the July Careers Expo to find internship and graduate opportunities, network, meet potential employers and research your industry.

This Expo is held in two different sections:
10am - 12pm: Engineering and Tech
1pm - 3pm: Business, all degrees

Please check the website for full details

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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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1 - 3 Aug 9:00am 5:00pm

Long term care is one of the most rapidly growing industries in the world, especially in Asia where the number of people aged 80 and above will quadruple to more than 250 million by 2050. 

This conference will bring together academics, policy makers and industry leaders to explore new directions in long term care, focusing on the coordination between policy initiatives and industry and investment imperatives.

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2 Aug 4:00pm 5:30pm

Drones provide us on the ground with a whole new view of the world from the sky. They enable us to perceive, record and represent our world in important new ways.

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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 6:30pm 8:00pm

Would you like to see how colours of objects and lights are measured?

Is your eyewear changing your colour perception?

Did you know that just as some people can see fine detail better than others, some are also able to distinguish colours better than others? Poorer colour vision can make a person unsuited to professions that rely on colour coding. Measure your colour vision sensitivity and see if you can pass occupational colour vision tests!

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11 Aug 10:00am 12:00pm

The world’s first e-waste microfactory was launched in April 2018 at UNSW Sydney’s Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT). Led by Professor Veena Sahajwalla, materials scientist and Director of the SMaRT Centre, e-waste microfactories offer environmentally and economically sustainable recycling solutions to the growing waste burden.

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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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14 Aug 5:00pm 6:00pm

 

Join Sir Fraser Stoddart, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Chemistry for his lecture on molecular recognition and self-assembly for the synthesis of functionalised and mechanised molecules.

Location: Theatre A, Colombo Theatres (B16) Google maps

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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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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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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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19 Sep 7:00pm 9:00pm

The Orchestra’s repertoire is broadly from the Classical (1750-1810) and Romantic (1810-1910) eras. More recent works, especially works by contemporary Australian composers, are well represented in the Orchestra's programs, as is film music from the past four decades. Concertos for various solo instruments figure prominently.

The soloists in these concertos are mostly students from the University’s music department.

Watch and listen to the best of our past events right here