We don’t know exactly what jobs of the future will be, but we can be certain that STEM subjects will be vital.
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.
Glebe ranks among the Sydney suburbs with the highest rates of income inequality. The many community organisations tackling the issues lack the time and funding to evaluate whether their work is having the desired impact.
Slavery, forced labour, forced marriage and human trafficking are all very much alive, and they still affect citizens and residents on our shores today.
UTS School of Education Senior Lecturer, Dr Jane Hunter, has used her High Possibility Classrooms framework to better support teachers and improve STEM teaching and learning.
UTS Gallery is pleased to present Void, the final exhibition of the 2018 Program. Curated by Emily McDaniel, from the Kalari Clan of the Wiradjuri nation in central New South Wales, it brings together contemporary Aboriginal artists from across the country, working across drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, video and photography
The Mental Health First Aid course teaches adults how to provide initial support to people who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis. This event is for UTS staff.
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.