Student News
14 June 2016
Good luck in your exams!
We hope you’re feeling rested and prepared for Semester 1 exams and final assessments. Make sure you double-check your timetable and leave enough time for transport and locating the correct room. It’s also a good idea to have a final read through the exam procedures. Good luck!
Share your pics for the Abercrombie Building opening
You’re invited to the official opening of the impressive modern Abercrombie Building – the new home of the Business School – on 6 July. We’re calling on you to find the best angles of the building to showcase on the night, so if you have some time to kill between study and exams, come on down and share your favourite Abercrombie pic on Instagram using the hashtag: #usydbusiness.
My time at the courts of Cambodia
Law student Hannah Solomons reports back from the courts of Cambodia, where she undertook an internship with the United Nations in the international effort to bring former Khmer Rouge members to justice. Read about her amazing experience.
Students light up the city
What happens when music, medical science and design students and staff work together? Head to Central Park and behold DesignINK Ecology, a dazzling Vivid exhibition featuring student-created films illuminating the huge digital wall. And if you’re heading to Circular Quay for Vivid, don’t miss Vision^(Reflection), the kaleidoscopic artwork created by journalism student Tong Jia and a team of Chinese artists. This week is your last chance to catch both!
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New Head of School and Dean at the Con
We’re thrilled to announce Professor Anna Reid as the new Head of School and Dean of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Find out more about Professor Reid and her appointment.
How would you turn Sydney into a first tier city?
Are you a first- or second-year undergraduate student with a big vision for Sydney? Then the Lendlease Bradfield Urbanisation Scholarship (worth $10,000 per year for the duration of your degree) could suit you.  Applications close on 15 July. Check your eligibility.
Winter School enrolments closing soon
Want to knock over a subject in a few weeks? Winter School is a great opportunity to lighten your study load and learn in a small class, with plenty of chances to ask questions and receive feedback. Apply by Friday 17 June.
  • A reminder that applications for the Semester 2 intake of most postgraduate courses close on 30 June.

  • Did you miss the Learning Centre’s essay writing workshops earlier this semester? By popular demand we are repeating this four-part workshop for students until the end of June. Register now.

  • Find out at an info session on 30 June how you can land a prestigious postgraduate 2017 Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University.
Get involved
  • Have you used cannabis for medicinal purposes? Share your experiences in a confidential survey to help our Lambert Initiative researchers develop better cannabinoid-based medicines.

  • We want to develop policies and structures to support students who are carers. Let us know if you’re a carer and would like to join our working group.

  • Join one of the Library’s upcoming Engagement Café series of conversations around how students and researchers can thrive, flourish and reach their potential.
  • The Student Centre will be open from 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday until the end of the exam period (Friday 24 June).

  • Do you have an exam in the TAG Family Foundation Grandstand (building B23)? It’s the building on Regimental Drive, Camperdown Campus, behind the RMC Gunn Building (building B19) and near Veterinary Science (building B22).  Exams are in room 306.
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14 June Exams begin
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16 June Insight 2016 – The Chinese enigma: China through European eyes 1700–1900
22 June Scholarships Information Evening
23 June University of Sydney Business School Postgraduate Information Evening
23 June The business of start-ups
25 June Exams end
30 June Applications close for Semester 2 intake of most postgraduate courses
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