News Archive

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Research to look at women’s experiences with eating disorders in pregnancy and beyond

Researchers at Western Sydney University are looking for women who have a current or past history to join a study exploring eating disorders during pregnancy.

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Programming and video game lecturers recognised at industry awards

Doctor Anton Bogdanovych has won the 'ICT Higher Education Educator of the Year 2015' award at the Reimagination Thought Leaders Summit.

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History of bottled water focus of new book

A new book takes a fresh look at bottled water to investigate how markets for the product were developed, and how the new habit of constant sipping actually emerged.

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'Sting in the Tail': Islam and the Politicisation of Religion

Now more than ever, religion is being confused with politics – and calling for religious reforms in isolation from the wider political context is a dangerous path to take.

Innovative industrial design student is recognised with prestigious award

Congratulations go to Western Sydney University Industrial Design student Matthew Doyle whose skills were recently recognised with an award at the annual Cormack Innovation Awards.

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Hurlstone Agricultural High set to co-locate with Western Sydney University

The Hawkesbury campus will soon host Australia’s most advanced agricultural high school, with plans to move Hurlstone Agricultural High to the University in 2020 under an ambitious $35 million plan.