Staff and Students: Tours for visiting groups, UTS staff and students are led by UTS ART Learning and Curatorial staff of the Waraburra Nura garden and accompanying works by Indigenous artists form UTS Art Collection.
Groups are welcome to request private tours or UTS community can take part in tours advertised throughout the year via Staff Connect and UTS Inbrief.
Staff and Students: 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+ community and all our achievements in this jam-packed week! Organised by the UTS Queer Collective.
UTS staff/students: Dr Linda Steele will discuss her inclusion of a field trip to the Precinct as part of her teaching in ‘Law and Mental Health’
Staff and Students: This panel discussion explores the use of Sites of Conscience in learning and teaching, with a focus on legal education.
Staff and Students: The Safe and Sound Campaign is an event for UTS students and staff, promoting awareness about legal rights and law reform. Come along and get involved!
Students: Students and their adult friends, family and supporters will be striking and marching all over the world.
Sydney Uni students will march down Broadway to be joined by the UTS contingent, who together will walk to the Domain where they will be joined by thousands more.
Imogen Yang, Director of Insightful, will lead a free audio-described tour of the exhibition for blind or visually-impaired visitors. Supported by the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion, UTS.
Staff only: 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.
STAFF ONLY: Join us for a peak at this fabulous new parent’s room* and find out more about support available for infant feeding (including breastfeeding, expressing and bottle feeding) on campus.
Learn about some real world transition projects and their use of different approaches, such as circular economy and story-telling to support transitioning to a more sustainable future.
Join us for a lunchtime talk and tour of the exhibition with Leyla Stevens, in conversation with UTS Gallery curators Stella Rosa McDonald and Eleanor Zeichner
Staff Only: All UTS LGBTQI+ staff are invited to get together to officially launch the UTS Staff Pride Network from 4pm – 7pm on the 26th September 2019 at Penny Lane Bar & Cafe UTS Building 11, Level 1 with snacks provided.