Events

Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Aug 16
    Promiscuous Provenance | Art by Anna Glynn

    This exhibition encourages a re-examination of our relationship with our colonial past; is our identity built on a strange hybrid history?

  • Aug 30
    ACIAC Exhibition: Three Perfections

    A Mid-Autumn Chinese Australian Artists’ Exhibition

  • Sep 4
    Our Journey Through Thailand, an exhibition featuring works by students from Greenway Park Public School

    An exhibition of works was inspired by Greenway Park Public School's cultural studies program, "Seven Countries in Seven Years".

  • Sep 24
    A-P Regional RCE Meeting and Symposium

    RCE Greater Western Sydney (RCE-GWS) is hosting the 11th Asia-Pacific RCE Regional Meeting and Symposium

  • Sep 25
    Free Academic Literacy Workshops

    Free workshop on essay writing and referencing skills.

  • Sep 26
    Applying for Work: Selection Criteria workshop - Kingswood

    This workshop will give you the skills and knowledge to create a solid selection criteria and maximise your chances of landing an interview.

  • Sep 27
    Psychology Careers Expo

    Careers Expo for Psychology Students

  • Sep 28
    Interviewing for Work workshop - Parramatta South Campus

    This workshop can help you by giving you the skills, knowledge & practical experience needed to perform well in a wide variety of interview types.

  • Oct 2
  • Oct 5
    DIGITALLY EMBODIED BECOMINGS AND TECHNOLOGICAL IMITATIONS OF THE HUMAN: Gender negotiations taking new forms among children and young people

    This talk brings together research on the conditioning and potential transformations of gender normativities enacted in, and perhaps even by, the tech

  • Oct 5
    Public Hands On Workshop October 5

    A workshop designed for children ages 4 - 12 but lots of fun for all ages.

  • Oct 5
    Professorial Lecture - Craig Gonsalvez - Assessing the Development of Practitioner Competence in Psychology and Other Health Practitioners: Problems, Progress and Promises

    This lecture describes the work of a multisite study committed to improve the outcomes of competence-assessed by a range of initiatives .

  • Oct 5
    Dialogues about the Digital: A Research Symposium / SSAP Book Launch

    Join us for this interactive symposium, which comprises of table discussions led by HDRs & ECRS who will present key issues, problems or provocations.

  • Oct 6
    Public Astronomy Night October 6

    Stars, Supernova, & the Size of the Universe

  • Oct 11
    Book Seminar

    EMPLOYMENT AND RE-INDUSTRIALISATION IN POST SOEHARTO INDONESIA: A Book Seminar

  • Oct 12
    Social Work and Community Welfare Careers Expo

    Careers expo for students in Social Work and Community Welfare

  • Oct 17
    Research Seminar Series

    Every year the Office of the DVC R&I hosts a series of researcher development seminars – continuing this year’s theme ‘Making Partnerships Work’

  • Oct 20
  • Oct 23
    Hawkesbury 3x3 Basketball Tournament

    The Hawkesbury Provost is sponsoring a Spring Semester 3x3 basketball tournament that is open to all Hawkesbury Campus students and staff.

  • Oct 24
    Research Impact Competition

    The Research Impact competition showcases an array of Western Sydney University’s Early and Mid-Career researchers from across all Schools and Institu

  • Oct 31
    Book Launch: The Creativity Hoax: Precarious Work and the Gig Economy

    Join us for the launch of Associate Professor George Morgan's latest publication.

  • Nov 1
    HumanNature Series: Environmental Martyrdom and the Fate of the Forests

    Professor Rob Nixon investigates why growing numbers of environmental activists are risking their freedom and lives to protect the environment.

  • Nov 4
    Three Bridges Run

    If running is your passion you’ve come to the right place.

  • Nov 26
    International Conference on Human Rights Education

    The 9th International Conference on Human Rights Education (9th ICHRE).

  • Jan 16
    Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities PhD Summer School

    A 6-day Summer School course for PhD candidates and early career researchers.

  • Jul 17
    7th International and Interdisciplinary Emotional Geographies Conference, 17-19 July 2019

    Hosted by School of Social Sciences & Psychology (SSAP), Western Sydney University