National Reconciliation Week is a chance to celebrate and build upon the respectful relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and non-indigenous Australians.
Where have we been? Where are we going?
12 - 1pm
Monday 30 May
Level 2 - Events Space
A talk presented by Dr Jane Wangmann
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, UTS
What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we'll ever get to build a better world?
UTS Library is hosting a FREE film screening of This Changes Everything as part of UTS Green Week.
‘You asked and we delivered’
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Selected works from On the Fringes: South West Sydney 1994 - 2014
25 May - 1 July
Level 4, UTS Library
UTS Library provides access to a number of online tools to improve your English language skills:
Adam Goodrum grew up in Western Australia before moving to Sydney to study Industrial Design at UTS. Since graduating, he has received many accolades including the 'Young Designer of the Year Award' and the prestigious ‘Bombay Sapphire Design Award’.
'A historical novel untainted by sentimentality, with a story not only fascinating in the context of its time, but made relevant to our modern world’
The Wonderful World of Weeds: history, ecology and resilience
UTS Library is hosting a FREE workshop - Edible Weeds Walk & Talk with Diego Bonetto - as part of UTS Green Week.
The Harvard (UTS) Referencing Style is based on the Australian Government's Style Guide for Authors, Editors and Publishers (6th edition, 2002). It is used in all of the Faculties except Law.
Guides to using the Harvard UTS reference style, with examples.
Highlighting some recent additions to our collection by UTS authors and editors.
Library opening hours for Monday, 25 April 2016 will be:
10am to 6pm
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