Social Impact Evaluation Training for UTS Staff

A well-designed program can mean enhanced outcomes and greater impact. But achieving quality outcomes requires quality evaluation! This training will help get you there. Delivering positive social change is a central pillar to the UTS 2027 strategy, reinforcing our...

Launch of the UTS Social Impact Measurement Toolbox

With competition for funding increasing, Not-for-Profits are being asked to prove the impact of their work. The lack of a standardised approach to evaluating social impact; and with many NFPs under-resourced and understaffed; it is proving difficult. A partnership...

A Constant Struggle: Deaf Education in NSW Since WWII

Join Dr Naomi Malone for the launch of her book, A Constant Struggle: Deaf Education in New South Wales Since World War II. Deaf education in NSW has made tremendous progress since WWII, yet students still face barriers to education from their early years through...

Spark Festival > The Inclusivity Experiment

Designing the future of ethical education: An Inclusivity Experiment Interactive  We’re fast approaching new frontiers of tech, design systems and behavioural patterns that will shape our movement through the world. How do we as teachers, technologists and designers,...

Right of Reply – Indigenous Rights in Data & Collections Symposium

This one-day symposium will focus on the importance of Indigenous rights in data and collections & the importance of the Right of Reply in relation to Indigenous self-determination and national truth-telling efforts. The right of reply is becoming increasingly...

Their Sea is Always Hungry: ‘The Look of Silence’ Film Screening

A one-night only screening of the acclaimed documentary The Look of Silence, presented by UTS ART in partnership with Golden Age Cinema & Bar. Programmed as part of Leyla Stevens‘ new solo exhibition, Their Sea is Always Hungry, this powerful story from...

National Carers Week – Gallery Pop Up + Free Massage

#CarersWeSeeYou Carers are a valuable part of our community. Join us in celebrating UTS’s staff and student carers, and those in frontline support roles during National Carers Week 2019. Join us Wednesday 16 October, 12pm-2pm, in the foyer of Building 2 (corner...

Mental health for supervisors training

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...

Ride to Work

Get active and reduce your carbon footprint by cycling to UTS. Register now, and check-in on your arrival at UTS for a free sausage sizzle (from 1pm), and for your chance to win some great prizes. You don’t have to cycle alone, you could form your own team....

Workshop: The Language of Climate Action

Join Industry Professor of Climate and Business Bob Carr, former Premier and Foreign Minister, in talking about the language of climate with two panellists Rebecca Huntley and John Connor. For 10 years John Connor headed The Climate Institute and has since advised the...