Read more on the exciting and inspiring work School of Mining Engineering and UNSW Engineering academics are engaged in.
UNSW School of Mining Engineering alumna and current Postgraduate Student Turia Pitt has been nominated as a state finalist for the Young Australian of the Year Awards for 2014. Congratulations to Turia for being nominated and her incredible example of courage and bravery.
UNSW hosted the 2013 MEA Student Conference.
The AusRock 2014: Third Australasian Ground Control in Mining Conference follows the last event held in 2010 and is aimed at practical mine site operators, technical support staff, geotechnical engineers, mining engineers, consultants and researchers in the field of mining geomechanics and... read more
Visits to the School of Mining Engineering UNSW Australia and to the Australian Centre for Sustainable Mining Practices (ACSMP) by dignitaries from six nations last month are helping to cement the global reputation of the university's sustainable mining initiatives and virtual training... read more
Nominations are now open for the 2013 UNSW Women in Engineering Awards!
UNSW has produced more millionaire graduates than any other Australian university, a new global analysis has found.
Some people find their vocation early in life and Sir William Tyree, engineer, visionary and philanthropist, was one of them.
OPINION: It was a night to celebrate Australian science and the visionary thinkers shaping our future. Leaders of business and government, led by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, were all gathered at Parliament House to recognise the winners of the PM’s Prizes for Science.
OPINION: I come from a working class, small town family, from a little village in the north of Italy and I didn’t really have the chance to be a nerdy kid. The best I had available were some little LEGO toys.
UNSW researchers Angela Moles and Andrea Morello have won two of the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science – the nation’s most prestigious awards for excellence in science and science teaching.