Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Jul 31
    Engage Expo

    The event will feature stalls from student groups, programs and services, games, food, music, and much more.

  • Aug 9
    2018 Sydney Science Festival

    WSU and the 2018 Sydney Science Festival welcome you to come along to one or more of our events. 7 - 19 August 2018

  • 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 16
    ICS Seminar Series

    Indigenous Knowledges in the Social Sciences: Some Cases and Theoretical Debates

  • Aug 16
    Property and Construction Managament Expo

    This year's event will connect Western Sydney students in all years of study with a wide range of employers in the Property and Construction industry.

  • Aug 17
  • Aug 17
    Writing & Society Research Centre seminar series

    Transculturalism & Translocalism in the South

  • Aug 21
    Soil Biology Masterclass 2018

    Incorporating soil health and biology and management practices to sustainably increase productivity and profitability

  • Aug 21
    Educational Conversations Seminar Series

    Dialogic pedagogies to deepen student learning is the topic of the forthcoming Centre for Educational Research Educational Conversation (#EdConvs)

  • Aug 21
    Tourism and Heritage Careers Expo

    Careers Expo for students in Tourism and Heritage.

  • Aug 22
    “Sex”, “Spirit”, “Nature” and Good Relations Workshop with Kim TallBear

    HDR Workshop led by Associate Professor Kim TallBear.

  • Aug 22
    Professorial Lecture: Community Justice in Australia - Presented by Brian Stout

    Community Justice in Australia: International Lessons

  • Aug 23
    HumanNature Series: American Dreaming is Indigenous Elimination

    Join Kim TallBear as she considers the intersections between nature, nation, and the lives and deaths of Indigenous peoples in the USA.

  • Aug 28
    Public Forum: Where on Earth are we going? Surviving the Age of Humans

    Attend an evening in dialogue with Professor Will Steffen, a world renowned Earth System scientist who will share his work on the Anthropocene.

  • Aug 29
    Careers in the Disability Sector under NDIS

    Find out about the extensive job opportunities available in the disability sector under NDIS.

  • Aug 31
    Book launch with Dr Helen Caldicott

    COME CELEBRATE OUR BOOK LAUNCH: The Palgrave Macmillan International Handbook of Women and Outdoor Learning

  • Aug 31
    Technology Careers Evening

    Western Sydney University IT, Communications, Engineering, and Design students connect with employers in Technology.

  • Sep 1
    Alex Colley Symposium

    Alex Colley contributed a large part of his life to wilderness protection. This talk commemorates his contribution.

  • Sep 5
    'Globalization Matters: Theory and Practice in the Time of Trump' Master Class

    A Master Class for PhD students and other researchers.

  • Sep 5
    Run For Your Life

    Former NSW Premier and Foreign Minister Bob Carr in conversation with Whitlam Institute Chair the Hon. John Faulkner.

  • Sep 8
    Astronomy Night 8 September 2018

    Working and Observing at the Largest Telescopes in the World

  • Sep 14
    Policing and Criminology Careers Expo

    There’s more you can do with a Policing or Criminology degree than you think!

  • Sep 19
    Digital Cultures: Knowledge/Culture/Technology International Conference

    Co-organized by the Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC), Leuphana University and the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS), Western Sydney University.

  • Sep 22
    Astronomy Night 22 September 2018

    From Chaos to Cosmos: How the Ancient Greeks saw the Universe

  • Sep 24
    Science Careers Conference 2018

    Science Careers Conference

  • Sep 27
    Psychology Careers Expo

    Careers Expo for Psychology Students

  • Oct 12
    Social Work and Community Welfare Careers Expo

    Careers expo for students in Social Work and Community Welfare

  • 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 26
    International Conference on Human Rights Education

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