An ambitious short film that was the major project for a UTS master's degree has repaid a tricky "mission impossible" production period with great reviews and a series of international festival screenings.
With the horrific Kabul bombing last week, stability for Afghanistan still seems a long way off. Despite that, the University of Technology Sydney is backing educational progress with a plan to establish PhD programs in several Afghan universities.
Thanks to mobile technology, the latest news is always at our fingertips. But this convenience makes finding accurate and reliable information more difficult. Three UTS experts share their insights into how researchers can cut through the noise.
In 2014, childhood friends and UTS graduates Anita Dawson and Tamara Shaw started Beanies for Baldies. The not-for-profit project brings together yarn lovers who craft beanies for sick kids at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Through a range of visual, audio and kinaesthetic approaches, teacher education students recently demonstrated how ‘change’ is represented in their subjects. Bringing the classroom to life for passers-by to interact with in UTS Building 10.