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October 2015

Written by Jennifer Jamie Irawan

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Amidst the rain and mid-week blues, twenty of Australia’s brightest minds were spread across the city to light the spark of curiosity for Sydneysiders; part of a worldwide initiative to broaden the way we consume content. The pioneering efforts of Raising the Bar aims to demystify the space of the institution as being something far removed from the rest of the world.


Written by The Student Ambassadors of the Sydney Teaching Colloquium

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Want a break from studying during STUVAC?

Then why not register for this year’s Sydney Teaching Colloquium on Wednesday 4 November 2015 at the Charles Perkins Centre Auditorium. The event will run from 9.00am to 5.30pm and is FREE for University staff and students.

The Colloquium considers how we might meet the challenge of embedding cultural competence in teaching and curriculum.

This year’s theme is 'Cultural Competence is everyone’s business'.


Written by Subeta Vimalarajah

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As a student activist and Wom*n’s Officer of the Student Representative’s Council, I was reluctant about going to the latest Sydney Ideas talk ‘Women In Leadership’. Having read Sheryl Sandberg’s best-seller Lean In, I thought this event would carry a similar message – identifying the ways women can reform their behaviour in the fight for gender equality. I was expecting a shallow conversation targeted at appeasing the corporate big names in the audience and the University’s image.


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