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The latest QS World University Rankings sees UNSW Psychology ranked #1 in Australia.

14 March 2017

Psychology at UNSW is now the leading school in Australia for Psychology, according to the 2017 QS World University Rankings.

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International Women's Day: Women in Research

14 March 2017

The UNSW School of Psychology celebrated International Women's Day by featuring some of our leading female researchers. 

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Workshop: Treating Arachnophobia

14 February 2017

UNSW School of Psychology's Dr Sophie Li is running a half-day workshop at the Australian Museum to help arachnophobes overcome their fear of spiders.

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Where Science Meets Art - Dr Asheeta Prasad Collaborates With Two Sydney Artists For Exhibition

28 November 2016

An exhibition at Manly Art Gallery & Museum, showcasing twelve months of innovative collaboration between artists and scientists includes an installation by UNSW School of Psychology scientist Dr Asheeta Prasad and two Sydney based artists.

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UNSW School of Psychology Offers Scientia PhD Scholarships

24 October 2016

Expressions of interest are sought from outstanding graduates with a strong academic record including Honors Class I or equivalent for 4-year PhD scholarships.

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Senior Research Fellow Dr Muireann Irish wins Premier's Award

24 October 2016

Congratulations to UNSW School of Psychology Dr Muireann Irish winning a NSW Premier's Prize for Science & Engineering.

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UNSW Psychology Clinic Offers New "Overcoming Anxiety Group"

6 October 2016

The Psychology Clinic at UNSW is offering a 8-session group program that will teach strategies to overcome and break free from anxiety. 

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UNSW Psychology Virtual Career Fair 2016

20 September 2016

UNSW Psychology has launched it's Virtual Careers Fair, an online platform that provides students with information about companies that employ graduates in Psychology.

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Award Winning Thesis Presentation for Psychology PhD Student Vera Newman

15 September 2016

View Vera's presentation: ”Stressed” spelled backwards is "desserts": Understanding the cognitive impact of stress and how to turn it around".

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Moving Ahead – Centre of Research Excellence in Brain Recovery offers some great initiatives for students

11 August 2016

Moving Ahead CRE is offering students some great initiatives to get ahead with their research, including two seed grants worth $2,000.

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