Emergency response: climate change and the future

In the run up to the climate strike, take part in the conversation in what promises to be a captivating dialogue between leaders in the field of climate change, the future and resilience. How can the Australian and global community respond to the climate emergency,...

UTS Pride Week – Organised by the UTS Queer Collective

​It’s back, and bigger than ever! Get out your calendars, because Pride Week has landed once again at UTS! From drag showcases, health workshops, history seminars and career mentoring, we’ve got you covered. All are welcome, so come celebrate the LGBTQ+...

Social Sciences Week 2019: Screening “Return to Bosnia”

Join UTS FASS during Social Sciences Week for a screening of Australian documentary Return to Bosnia. About the Event Twenty-five years after fleeing a brutal civil war in Bosnia, Damir Mitric returns to uncover the pain and trauma that still divides his homeland. ...

Mental health first aid for suicidal person training

This 4-hour Mental Health First Aid for the Suicidal Person course is for any interested adult. At the completion of this course you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to safely have a conversation with a suicidal person. This is not a postvention course...

Masterclass: Alternate notions for Indigenous development

The Indigenous Land and Justice Research Hub Masterclass will discuss readings related to alternate notions of development on Aboriginal lands. About this Event Why is it that any alternate notion of development gains no traction in settler colonial Australia? This...

Public Lecture by Jon Altman

The Indigenous Land and Justice Research Hub Public Lecture will be on “Prospects for development on Indigenous Lands”. About the Lecture: Since federation in 1901 the settler state has imagined that Australia’s north would be developed just like the south...

Workshop: The benefits of Aboriginal land repossession

The Indigenous Land and Justice Research Hub will have presentations by leading academics and experts working in the field of the Aboriginal land estate and alternate development. About this Event This workshop considers the social, cultural, economic, and/or...

Book Launch: Regulation Theory and Australian Capitalism

Please join Brett Heino, together with Joellen Riley Munton and Eugene-Schofield Georgeson, for the launch of the paperback version of his book Regulation Theory and Australian Capitalism: Rethinking Social Justice and Labour Law. The end of the post-World War II...

BUOYANCY: Exclusive Film Pre-Screening & Panel

Every day, about 60 boys leave Cambodia for Thailand thinking they are going to work in a factory and send money home to their parents. Less than 8 of those 60 will return. BUOYANCY is a feature film, inspired by appalling true accounts of modern slavery in the...

Knowledge Bites: Research Impact

Is your research benefitting the economy, environment or society? Are you thinking about how your research has impact outside academia? The Australian research landscape increasingly recognises the importance of focusing on the impact of research and the need for...