Events

Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Apr 28
    Research Seminars - School of Medicine

    The School of Medicine Research Seminar Series will be held every Tuesday at 4.00pm via zoom.

  • Jun 10
    Intersect Online Training: Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

    Intersect Online Training: Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap.

  • Jun 12
    Researcher Development Showcase 2020

    ODVC REI presents - Researcher Development Showcase Webinar - 12 June 2020.

  • Jun 12
    Reimagining Work in Periods of Disruptions: Building a brighter and sustainable future for everyone

    WSU Education and Work ResearchTheme Storm to identify research capabilities and establish collaborations across disciplines

  • Jun 12
    School of Science research seminar

    Hiding in plain sight - chlamydial infection in the male.

  • Jun 17
    Research Hour

    Calling all Researchers: introducing Research Hour 2020! (a combined initiative offered by ITDS, Research Services and the Library).

  • Jun 18
    Intersect Online Training: Surveying with Qualtrics

    Intersect Online Training: Surveying with Qualtrics.

  • Jun 18
    School of Science Research Seminar

    Understanding the pacemaker cells of the gut AND Aqueous dispersions of molecularly imprinted polymer colloids for the detection of an organic micropo.

  • Jun 19
    Intersect Online Training: Research Data Management Techniques

    Intersect Online Training: Research Data Management Techniques.

  • Jun 23
  • Jun 24
    Living with Bipolar Disorder during COVID-19

    This Q & A by the School of Psychology will talk about the different challenges that may arise for living with bipolar disorder during COVID-19.

  • Jun 25
    Intersect Online Training: Excel for Researchers

    Intersect Online Training: Excel for Researchers.

  • Jun 29
    Workshops available to improve your success at university

    Free online Academic Literacy Workshops available.

  • Jul 20
    NICM Health Research Institute Seminar: A heart healthy diet is good for the brain too

    Join guest speaker Professor Karen Charlton as she discusses foods that may help in preventing cognitive decline in mild-to-moderate dementia.