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UTS Open Day 2014

UTS Open Day

UTS Open Day is your chance to tour the city campus and attend info sessions for all our undergraduate courses - 30 Aug
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Successful young writer Hannah Kent describes Sight Lines as "31 new ways of seeing the world". Photo by Nicholas Purcell, courtesy of Pan Macmillan Australia

Putting literature in our sights

For almost 30 years the UTS Writers' Anthology has showcased the talent that emerges every year from the university's highly respected creative writing program.
Associate Professor of Cultural Studies Katrina Schlunke shares her thoughts about learning in a world of converging technologies and the importance of 'broad thinking'.
Sight Lines is the 2014 UTS Writers’ Anthology. Written and edited entirely by UTS students, the UTS anthology is one of the longest running collections of new writing in Australia, and has helped launch the careers of numerous Australian authors.
As part of a series by the Society of Editors (NSW) on the best university courses available for aspiring editors, graduate Zoë Hale reviews the UTS Graduate Certificate in Editing and Publishing.
Congrats to UTS Journalism graduate Ella Rubeli, who won the Walkley Young Journalist of the Year. Ella won the Camerawork category and then was selected to win the overall award. Congrats also to Joel Tozer, who won the Video/television category.