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 Catherine Bridge keynote at Home Modifications: A National Perspective Conference Sept 2012 image
Catherine Bridge keynote at Home Modifications: A National Perspective Conference Sept 2012
12 September 2012
Associate Professor Catherine Bridge is a keynote speaker at the NSW Home Modification and Maintenance Services State Council's (HMMS) 2012 Home Modifications: A National Perspective Conference in Sydney 10-12 September. The conference will explore the emerging reforms and trends within the Community Care Sector and disability industries. Catherine is the ...
GWA design prize for BE students image
GWA design prize for BE students
30 June 2012
The research partner relationship between BE and GWA Kitchens & Bathrooms has developed to include participation and support for a project in the Ergonomics (IDES2201) course, course convened by lecturer Stephen Ward in the Bachelor of Industrial Design program. For the second consecutive year, an inclusive design project – to ...
Professor Patrick Troy AO, (City Futures Research Centre) to launch new book at UNSW image
Professor Patrick Troy AO, (City Futures Research Centre) to launch new book at UNSW
28 June 2012
On Wednesday, August 1 st , in a special event at UNSW, Professor Patrick Troy AO , Adjunct Professor in the City Futures Research Centre, will be launching his new book Accommodating Australians: Commonwealth Government Involvement in Housing . The book explores the way the Australian Government took stock of ...
Watch now: Feeding the Future - Part 2 Community Greengrocers image
Watch now: Feeding the Future - Part 2 Community Greengrocers
23 June 2012
Urban agriculture of the community kind is on the rise, but UNSW research suggests the health benefits go way beyond what ends up on the dinner table. Second in the"Feeding the Future" series - watch part one here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtkNaQxIQwI
City Futures launches “Governing the Compact City Report” image
City Futures launches “Governing the Compact City Report”
29 May 2012
“Executive committees are a bunch of self-serving control freaks who wouldn’t know strata law from the offside rule in soccer and just want to interfere in other people’s lives, or some one popular view has it” the Sydney Morning Herald recently quoted. But how much truth is there in this ...