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: What is decolonising research and how does it impact Indigenous communities? What is the role of western researchers when engaging in issues that concern Indigenous communities?
Staff Only: If you love plants and are interested in the greening of urban spaces then join us on this walk, the second in a series of walks in the precinct! On this walk you can participate in ‘seed bombing’ to regenerate green growth around campus.
Staff and Students: The UTS Faculty of Science are celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with a panel discussion, networking event with refreshments in collaboration with UTS Library and the Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion.
Staff and Students: Take part in a collage-making workshop with acclaimed Australian artist Deborah Kelly who will lead participants in exploring identity and academia through art. Artwork and designs you produce will contribute to a new visual identity for the Equal Futures Athena SWAN gender equity program at UTS.
This unique celebration recognises the outstanding contributions and achievements of the many dedicated members of our community working to combat modern slavery and support survivors in Australia.
UTS Staff and Students: A one-night only screening of the acclaimed documentary The Look of Silence, presented by UTS ART in partnership with Golden Age Cinema & Bar.
Gain key insights into the social, historical and political context of Their Sea is Always Hungry. Artist Leyla Stevens will be joined by Dr Alexandra Crosby, Associate Head of School, School of Design, UTS; and Dr Ilaria Vanni, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UTS.