GenWomen: Scientists smashing the glass ceiling

Most people think ‘man’ when they think ‘scientist’ – but what does a scientist really look like? Join us as we celebrate leading women scientists who will share their personal stories on being a successful woman in a male-dominated field. Hear the different...

Getting Fishy in a Warmer World

Join UTS PhD candidate Ellery Johnson for a fascinating discussion about what changing marine environments mean for fish. There are deep links between the land and water. As rivers flow to the sea, they collect and carry a whole lot of stuff including carbon, which...

Will coral reefs survive climate change?

In this International Year of the Reef, join Marine Ecologist, Professor David Booth, and Marine Bio-Geochemist, Dr Emma Camp for UTS Science in Focus: Will coral reefs survive climate change? The world’s coral reefs are under threat. Environmental changes such as...

Lens on Health: Indigenous and Western Views

Watch, listen and experience how artists and scientists share knowledge of relationships between the health of environments and human health: physical, emotional, spiritual. Stories about health often focus on the optimal biological functioning of individual people in...

Zunz Lecture Series 2018: A tale of three cities

Sydney is stretching its boundaries as a city. Beyond geographical boundaries, it’s extending its connectivity and transport, demographic diversity, employment opportunities, energy and water demands as well as its liveability and sustainability. How can the city...

Mental Health for Supervisors

The impacts of mental ill health in the workplace are increasingly being recognised and understood. This course will help those who supervise staff to understand what is happening for people living with mental ill health, the impact on team members and the work...

Indigenous Cultural Awareness workshop

Join David Widders for Indigenous Cultural Awareness training at UTS. Dave Widders is a proud Anaiwan man from Armidale NSW and has worked over the last 20 years in Federal, State, local Government and community organisations. Dave is driven by a passion to make a...

‘Ruff Sleepers: A Dogumentary’ short film premiere

Join us for the premiere of the short film ‘Ruff Sleepers: A Dogumentary’, at the UTS Business School on Monday 7th May. The video looks at the impact dogs have on homeless people. Ruff Sleepers co-founder Associate Professor Bronwen Dalton and Director of...

Equity, diversity and inclusion in STEM in Canada

You are invited to join Dr Imogen Coe, the founding Dean of the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University, for a keynote lecture on equity, diversity and inclusion in STEM in Canada, on Monday April 30 @ 2.30pm (followed by afternoon tea from 3.30pm-4pm). Dr. Coe is...