What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 1)

Written by William Lam, UTS Bachelor of Health Science student To work towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Humanitarians Affairs Asia invited young leaders from around the world to visit the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok. This event was a 3-day intensive training in diplomacy, leadership and policy development. William was invited to travel to BangkokContinue reading “What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 1)”

Health science explained

Bernard Saliba has been involved in the creation, development and teaching of the Bachelor of Health Science since it started in 2016. In this blog, he explains what exactly health science means and talks about what it’s like to be a student in this degree.  How would you describe Health Science? I always tell studentsContinue reading “Health science explained”

Getting to know: Bernard Saliba

For over a decade, Bernard Saliba has been a part of the UTS community. From undergraduate student to administrative technical assistant to Scholarly Teaching Fellow and now course coordinator, Bernard has witnessed some of the university’s biggest changes. We sat down with him to talk about his journey to UTS, and how helmets in VietnamContinue reading “Getting to know: Bernard Saliba”