Mental health first aid for non-suicidal self-injury training

This 4-hour Mental Health First Aid for Non-Suicidal Self-Injury course is for any interested adult. This course gives participants an opportunity to learn how to help someone who is engaging in self-injury. This course is for UTS staff only. If you’re interested in...

UTS Humanitarian Scholarship: Networking & Mentoring Evening

The UTS Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion, supported by the Banna Foundation, is delighted to host a networking evening connecting UTS’ outstanding Humanitarian Scholars with industry mentors. 21 students, who arrived in Australia as asylum seekers, are...

Soapbox Science Sydney

UTS Science are excited to be joining forces with Sydney Science Festival once again! Soapbox Science Sydney is a free, interactive, public event showcasing the cutting edge Australian research carried out by aspiring and established female researchers in the Science,...

Book Launch: International Refugee Law & Stateless Persons

Please join co-authors Michelle Foster and Hélène Lambert together with a special guest of honour, Guy S. Goodwin-Gill, to the launch of International Refugee Law and the Protection of Stateless Persons. The book examines the extent to which refugee law (the 1951...

Cultural Diversity training

This course introduces a new understanding of culture and provides a starting point to understanding, acknowledging and nurturing our cultural diversity. This course is for UTS staff only. If you’re interested in taking part in this course, please register...

Key Technology Partner (KTP) Seminar

Associate Professor Haiyan Wang (Sun Yat-sen University, China) joins UTS to discuss Women in Chinese Media. In accordance with the global trend of women’s employment in journalism, China has witnessed an unprecedented increase in women’s participation in the news...

Ability awareness training

UTS has a diverse and vibrant community. Our creativity, strength and success comes from that diversity. This 2-hour introduction to universal accessibility and inclusion for all will help you understand the social model of disability and the contributions of people...

How might we support systemic social change?

Andrea Siodmok and Sanjan Sabherwal from the UK Policy Lab will be in Australia and want to connect with the local design and change community to share their work using Data, Design and Innovation approaches and together with our community consider the very important...

Is ‘quota’ a dirty word?

How do we achieve gender equity in Australian business, government, and the media? The Australian Federal Government currently boasts a record number of women in cabinet, a grand total of seven ministers in a cabinet of 23. In business, women make up just 23 per cent...

Strategies for Success: Implementing Gender Workforce Targets in STEMM

More women in leadership and pipeline positions in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine) is key for the sector’s growth and success. Learn how other sectors and organisations have grappled with the effective implementation of targets and...