UTS site search
School of the Environment
Featured short courses
UTS Consite short courses 2015

Contaminated Sites Courses 2015

UTS Consite (CSARM) short courses offer a unique CPD opportunity for environmental professionals.Six modules cover all aspects of NEPM guidelines including professional competencies. Registrations now open
Honours Research
Christmas Bells, Lauriton NSW. Photo: K.Fairweather

Christmas Bells and the power of fire

UTS Honours student Kendal Fairweather is researching the advantages fire brings for the survival of this beautiful native plant struggling to survive coastal development.
Ciguatera fish poisoning is on the rise in NSW. UTS scientists are getting help from fishers to better understand the toxin that causes this serious seafood-borne illness.
Kendal Fairweather, who is completing her Honours research in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney, takes a closer look at an Australian native plant – the perennial herb known as Christmas bells.
2014 has been announced as the hottest year on record. And did you know the ocean is the best place to measure temperature changes. But what happens to the marine ecosystem when the heat rises?
UTS honours student Scott McCormack is studying the impacts of climate change on White's Seahorse

Emily Strautins

Photo of Environment honours student, Emily Strautins

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Environmental Science

"Staff and lecturers at UTS are not only inspiring and highly varied in their research areas, they are also friendly and down to earth."

Read more about Honours in Environmental Science

Get in touch

City Campus
Level 5, building 4
cnr Harris Street and Thomas Street
Ultimo NSW

Professor William Gladstone
Head of School, School of the Environment

Marea Martlew
Media and Communications Officer
E: Marea.Martlew@uts.edu.au
T: +61 2 9514 1766

Jason Challinor
School Administration Officer
E: Jason.Challinor@uts.edu.au
T: +61 2 9514 1759

All contact details