The UTS Sustainability Team faces the task of mobilising our staff and students to make lifestyle changes to do their part towards creating an environmentally friendly campus.
The ‘Picture Books Project’ is designed to improve the literacy, interpersonal and future parenting skills of young people who are currently experiencing homelessness.
Funding for the NFP sector is increasingly allocated on the basis of impact data. UTS Prof Bronwen Dalton has launched a project to make validated measurement tools available to anyone.
I hate the word “normal”. What does that even mean? Who decides what’s normal? These subjective norms dominate our culture, especially in education
The #thismymob mobile app is designed to connect (and reconnect) Indigenous people all across Australia on a safe digital platform.
Staff and Students: Tours for visiting groups, UTS staff and students are led by UTS ART Learning and Curatorial staff of the Waraburra Nura garden and accompanying works by Indigenous artists form UTS Art Collection.
Groups are welcome to request private tours or UTS community can take part in tours advertised throughout the year via Staff Connect and UTS Inbrief.
Staff and Students: It’s back, and bigger than ever! Get out your calendars, because Pride Week has landed once again at UTS! From drag showcases, health workshops, history seminars and career mentoring, we’ve got you covered. All are welcome, so come celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and all our achievements in this jam-packed week! Organised by the UTS Queer Collective.
News from across UTS
The UN values sport as a vehicle for improving lives in disadvantaged communities – but it is grass-roots programs rather than mega-events such as the Football World Cup that make the difference.
UTS researchers, supported by the UTS Social Impact grant, explore the lived experiences of NESB research students at UTS.