Counting Dead Women: the hard truth about Australia’s domestic violence victims

UTS academic, Jenna Price, as part of the Counting Dead Women campaign researchers sets out to tackle the distorted image of violence and women in the media.

Read more about the Counting Dead Women campaign

Humanitarian Scholarship launched

The UTS Humanitarian Scholarship has been established to support undergraduate study for students holding Asylum Seeker Bridging Visas or Temporary Protection Visas.

Read more about the UTS Humanitarian Scholarship

Protecting Manguwanku: justice, in the eye of the beholder

The Federal Government and Northern Land Council nominated land in the Northern Territory for nuclear waste disposal.

Read more about protecting Manguwanku

Case studies

Bringing together nursing and architecture students for a joint project may seem far-fetched. But it was a no-brainer for Faculty of Health Lecturer Sue Dean and School of Architecture Teaching Fellow Samantha Donnelly.

Destroy The Joint has been reporting the cold hard facts about domestic violence, through its Counting Dead Women campaign.

Enrolment data suggests that selective schools in NSW are increasingly fostering ethnic and economic inequality.

Batyr uses peer-to-peer lived experience presentations (batyr@School and batyr@Uni) to smash the stigma around mental health issues and to encourage university students to proactively and mindfully engage with their emotional distress.

Events

Indigenous Cultural Awareness workshop

28 May @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Join David Widders for Indigenous Cultural Awareness training at UTS.

The documentary Servant or Slave is an emotional and confronting insight into the history and legacy of the domestic servitude enforced upon Aboriginal girls in Australia. Join us at the UTS Library for the film screening , followed by yarning circle discussion with UTS Elder in Residence Aunty Joan Tranter. If you are interested in […]

News from across UTS

Diversity Week 2017

Diversity Week is an annual event that celebrates the diversity of our UTS community.

Non-native English speakers have a voice at UTS too

UTS researchers, supported by the UTS Social Impact grant, explore the lived experiences of NESB research students at UTS.