Global outlook, local expertise

Our aim is to expand our expertise and reach internationally to have a tangible and lasting impact across sectors and the community.

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Explore our impact in the examples of current and recent initiatives

Engaging with students about poverty

Providing practical information and access to resources to people in the community who are experiencing poverty or disadvantage.

Developing a Roadmap for Collaborative Action

Australia Pacific Climate & Circular Economy Dialogue.

TEDI-London: 2024 Winter School students working on real-world challenges

Four teams of curious and creative students returned recently from the TEDI-London . Their time at TEDI-London culminated with a showcase day, which gave each team the opportunity to present their ideas and prototypes for the processing of urban timber to their peers, industry partners and TEDI-London staff and students.

TEDI-London

An innovative approach to embedding ethical values and addressing the UN SDGs.

TEDI-London hosted their first in person summer school since the pandemic started. 20 students from six faculties and ’s Prof Stephen Loo flew to the UK to participate in the TEDI-London Summer School 2022 - a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary learning experience to explore the potential of urban farming to foster resilient cities.
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Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways

Women are still in the minority amongst CEOs, professors and political leaders – to address this the PLuS Alliance between ASU, King’s College London, and  Sydney started the Transforming Women’s Leadership Pathways (TWLP) initiative, including a Knowledge Hub of resources on Leadership Training, research opportunities and more.

“There’s a lot going on at Sydney in terms of quantum. There’s four universities, small tech startups and big industry players… so it’s really fun, because it feels like you’re part of a bigger team all working towards a big goal” Wyatt Vine on completing his PhD at as a Sydney Quantum Academy Scholarship Recipient. Watch Wyatt’s story here.

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50% of strategic alliances fail in the first 5 years yet they can add enormous benefits and value to organisations. Drawing on firsthand experience setting up strategic institutional alliances globally and locally, Vinita Chanan – Director, Alliances notes 7 criterion that contribute to the success of a new alliances, read more here
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The University has placed equal 19th with the University of Sydney in the global rankings, reinforcing the city’s reputation as a top global city for higher education. Read more here.

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