E26 is the new Biological Sciences Building of the UNSW Biomedical Precint. In the coming months BEES staff and students will be moving from D26 North to E26 and D26 South. This page has been developed to provide staff with information regarding, forms and templates essential to the relocation.
UNSW has implemented a Health and Safety Management System to ensure the working environment of employees, students and visitors is safe and that their health is not at risk.
The School of BEES has staff trained in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). Please contact them if you have any questions or concerns about the mental health of yourself or another, or need advice on resources.
BEES aims to provide a safe, supportive and welcoming environment for all students regardless of their race, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender identification.
BEES owns a small selection of vehicles for staff and research students, primarily used for field work. To use these vehicles you must first be inducted (email: BEESemail@example.com).
The UNSW Smiths Lake Field Station is a research facility located on the mid-North coast of NSW, within the lake Great Lakes district. The field station is used primarily by the School of BEES for the purpose of teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students and for research purposes.
Fowlers Gap is the only research station in the arid zone of NSW. Located 112 kilometres north of Broken Hill, the 39-hectare property was established in 1966 and has been extensively used by researchers from UNSW and other institutions in Australia and overseas.
The John T. Waterhouse Herbarium is an internationally registered herbarium administered by the School of BEES. It was established in 1956 and is housed on the fourth floor of the Biological Sciences Building. The herbarium contains some 53,000 specimens, including about 11,000 fungal specimens.
UNSW ICELAB provides high-precision water chemistry analysis and fluorescence spectrometry capability to analyze dissolved organic matter (DOM) within a dedicated Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) approved quarantine laboratory specifically for water and ice samples from Antarctica.
The photocopiers and printers in the BEES mailroom (529) and the photocopy room (624a) are network printers and available to BEES staff for basic printing needs. The wiki site link below provides printer names and connection instructions.
For any formal or large printing jobs staff can utilise the services of the UNSW Green Print Centre
For assistance with issues relating to computer support, software, UNSW mail and other web services visit the UNSW IT webpage
For all matters relating to UNSW transit, security, ID cards, works and maintenance, lost property, other matters relating to UNSW facilities visit the UNSW Facilities Management webpage
For any salaries, staff development or other human resources matters visit the UNSW Human Resources webpage