Events

Current & Upcoming

Annual Paul Reid Lecture in Urban Design | Utzon Lecture Series

06 Mar 2019
Distribution of ambient temperatures in Sydney calculated by mesoscale modelling: (a) one heat wave day in 2017; (b) a typical summer day 2017; (c) a typical summer day 2050 without taking into account change in land use: (d) a typical summer day 2050 taking into account projected land use change and population increase (Santamouris 2019).
Cooling the Cities

12th Annual Paul Reid Lecture in Urban Design

Please join us for the 12th Annual Paul Reid Lecture in Urban Design, followed by the Master of Urban Development and Design (MUDD24) Program Exhibition Opening on Wednesday 6 March 2019.

Scientia Professor Mattheos Santamouris, the Anita Lawrence Chair in High Performance Architecture at UNSW Built Environment, will present on "Cooling our Cities - advances in science and design for the mitigation of urban heat". 

UNSW Built Environment Dean's Merit List Celebration

20 Mar 2019
UNSW Built Environment Dean's Merit List Celebration

The Dean's List Event recognises Undergraduate and Postgraduate students who have earned their place onto the Dean’s Merit List for ranking highest in their course for semester 1 and/or semester 2 in 2018.

Undergraduate recipients are those with a WAM of 80 or above and Postgraduates are those who are ranked in the top 5% of their cohort.

Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

16 Apr 2019
Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives? We'd like to invite you to the Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops at our Kensington Campus during the April school holidays.

Our free interactive and hands-on Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops, for students in years 10 -12, incorporate design, architecture, planning and construction to solve a real-world challenge. The workshop aims to investigate better solutions to enhance the lives of children and elderly living in a city.

Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

18 Apr 2019
Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives? We'd like to invite you to the Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops at our Kensington Campus during the April school holidays.

Our free interactive and hands-on Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops, for students in years 10 -12, incorporate design, architecture, planning and construction to solve a real-world challenge. The workshop aims to investigate better solutions to enhance the lives of children and elderly living in a city.

Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

10 Jul 2019
Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives? We'd like to invite you to the Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops at our Kensington Campus during the July school holidays.

Our free interactive and hands-on Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops, for students in years 10 -12, incorporate design, architecture, planning and construction to solve a real-world challenge. The workshop aims to investigate better solutions to enhance the lives of children and elderly living in a city.

Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

18 Jul 2019
Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshop

Do you want to shape future cities to improve people’s lives? We'd like to invite you to the Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops at our Kensington Campus during the July school holidays.

Our free interactive and hands-on Experience UNSW Built Environment Workshops, for students in years 10 -12, incorporate design, architecture, planning and construction to solve a real-world challenge. The workshop aims to investigate better solutions to enhance the lives of children and elderly living in a city.

2019 Engaging Women in the Built Environment

12 Aug 2019
2019 Engaging Women in the Built Environment

If we are going to reach 50% women in leadership roles by 2025 in the built environment industries we need to work together in new and innovative ways.

Continuing from the success of our 2016 initiative, please join us for an evening with built environment women, from industry and academia, who will have 2 - 3 minutes to present:

1. Their professional background
2. What they're known for
3. How they can help other women in the Built Environment such as mentoring, internships, employment, research collaborations

 

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