Oct 23Research Week 2017
Research Week celebrates research at Western Sydney University - Individual events will be entered separately, see web below for further information.
Oct 26Short Introduction to Stata and Basic Analysis
Short Introduction to Stata and Basic Analysis
Oct 26Thinking in Common: Resilience
As part of Western Sydney University's Research Week, ICS will host a thinking-in-common session exploring the concept of resilience.
Oct 27The Chillenden Murders
You are invited to a special screening of “The Chillenden Murders”, Introduced by Professor Richard Hobbs from Oxford University, with a short question and answer session to follow.
Nov 202nd National Advancing Community Cohesion Conference
A national forum to consider challenges confronting social cohesion and ways to more effectively address them.
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19th October 2017
The Research Impact Competition provides the perfect opportunity to showcase high-quality projects making a difference to the community and nation alike.
17th October 2017
Research Week will celebrate research at Western Sydney University, with this year’s activities focused on how the University’s research is making an impact across the areas of environmental sustainability, education, health and wellbeing, and urban living and society.
17th October 2017
The inaugural Scenic World Scholarship in Natural Science and Tourism Management at Western Sydney University is now open for application.
12th October 2017
Alcohol is a well-known disinfectant and some have speculated it may be useful for treating gut infections. Could alcohol be a useful agent to treat tummy bugs and throat infections?
5th October 2017
Titania Oberg has been awarded the 2017 Minister’s Achiever Award for her outstanding academic performance after she enrolled in university as a mature age student to study a Bachelor of Tourism.M
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