Student News
11 April 2016
 
How well do you know the student Code of Conduct?
When you enrol at uni, you agree to follow the student Code of Conduct, which outlines your responsibilities as a student on matters of academic integrity. It’s an important part of being a student, but, like many things we sign up to, it isn’t always easy to take the time to look at the details and reflect on how it affects your day-to-day student life. We want to start a dialogue with you about understanding academic honesty so that we can ensure fairness and mutual accountability for all students when it comes time for assessments and exams. Please take our quick, online survey and let us know your thoughts.

Designing for disabilities
Last week students from the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning put their studies into practice in the Enabled by Design-athon. Their design-skills helped them to develop creative and initiative ideas to make life easier for people living with a disability.
Celebrate with Pride
It’s Pride Week! The University of Sydney Union is hosting a number of events and workshops on 12 – 14 April. Join queer groups on campus, clubs and societies, the SRC’s Queer Department and allies in celebrating our diverse community.
Alumni give back
Alumni from the University of Sydney Business School have welcomed international students through the Welcome to Sydney Program. The University-wide initiative offers a variety of events to help new students explore Sydney, network with alumni and meet other students.
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STUDENT LIFE
Find support on campus
Not sure where to go to find student support services? USYD Update and Healthy Sydney University can give you a rundown.
Celebrating alumni achievements
It's that time of year again as we honour our graduates at the Alumni Achievement Awards ceremony on Tuesday 19 April. Read uo on some of the fantastic work our alumni are doing in the community and in industry.
Multifaith Chaplaincy Open Day
The Multifaith Chaplaincy Centre will be showing off its new facilities in the Merewether Building this week. Come along to their Open Day on 14 April from 12.30-2pm to check it out.
Study
  • Sleep often gets neglected as the semester gets busier, reducing your ability to learn and study effectively. Find out why sleep is important, and how you can get more of it at a free Sydney Ideas talk. 
Get involved
  • Complete a first aid course with Sydney Uni Sport and Fitness. The courses are located on campus and are discounted for University students.  
  • TEDx Sydney is coming up soon, and once again we’re partnering up to bring the event to you. We’re hosting a free live-stream satellite event on campus, giving away exclusive tickets to the sold-out Opera House main event and keeping you fuelled with free coffees. Stay tuned for more. In the meantime, find out which Sydney Uni academic will be speaking.
Notices
  • From 14 April 2016 a 0.8 percent surcharge will apply to payments of fees made with Visa or MasterCard. This includes both online and over-the-phone payments. There are, however, alternative payment methods available that don’t incur this surcharge. Find out more.


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EVENTS

11 April Sydney Ideas – Chinese conceptions of power and authority: new perspectives
12 April Sydney Ideas – The price of connection
12 April Sydney Ideas – Waste matters: you are my future
12 – 14 April Pride Week
13 April Sydney Ideas Small Change Series: how to talk about climate change without talking about climate change
14 April Pride Week: Benjamin Law free talk and Q&A
14 April Pride Week: Closing night party
18 April Evidence synthesis project node inaugural meeting
18 April Sydney Ideas – In Defense of Food film screening




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