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Postgraduate Info Evening

Speak to course coordinators, receive academic advice, explore our new state-of-the-art teaching spaces and facilities, and apply for free on Wed 13 September. Register now.

UTSpeaks - Urban Survival: How can we create resilient cities?

Hear from experts about planning futures, climate forecasts and real-world case-studies. Wed 19 July. RSVP now.

DAB Higher Degree Research Information Evening

For students looking to undertake a Masters by Research or PhD. 13 September 2017 at 6:00 pm.

Design, Architecture and Building End-of-year Festival Showcase

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News

Professor Peter McNeil’s immense contribution to academia has been recognised with his recent appointment as UTS Distinguished Professor. McNeil is an international leader in the history and theory of design, art and fashion, and a pioneer in interdisciplinary research.
Congratulations to Dr Alexandra Crosby from the School of Design and Dr Pernille Christensen from the School of Built Environment, who have been awarded 2017 UTS Early Career Researcher grants.
When Hurricane Sandy struck New York city, it struck a metropolis unprepared for a natural disaster of this scale. But unless global cities like New York adapt to the reality of extreme weather events, it’s only a matter of time before one goes under - literally.

World class research and partnerships with leading organisations

Network connections in a cityscape

Built Environment Informatics and Innovation

BEII visualises and explores interactions between people, places and buildings to drive innovation in property, planning and construction.

Yellomundee National Park, NSW, 2014. Photo: Michael Snape

Research project - Firesticks: designing for country

An Indigenous-led research collaboration is enhancing connections between Indigenous ecological knowledge and scientific approaches to land management.

Valuable industry and community partnerships

DAB's three schools have close industry and community partnerships, ensuring that our courses and subjects are contemporary and relevant.