Our six values will be evident in the way we treat each other and the way we conduct ourselves within our communities, locally and internationally.
Climate change threatens the fabric of our planet and the quality of air, water and biodiversity that sustains us.
Conflicts, political and digital disruption and eroding trust are undermining the mechanisms for international security worldwide.
Living well and together requires understanding and solution of medical, health and technological issues, and systemic social issues.
Developing enduring alliances and partnerships with industry, government and other organisations, including philanthropic partners, that will enrich our ability to innovate, to infuse our students and staff with enterprising capabilities, and provide opportunities to apply our research to make a significant impact by developing solutions for the betterment of our communities.
Seeking talented students and staff, irrespective of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability, cultural, social or economic circumstances and any other protected personal characteristic, and building a diverse and connected community of students, staff and alumni who are deeply engaged with the wider community and supporting the dissemination of University knowledge and practice.