News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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Western Sydney University celebrates Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day
Staff and students came together to eat traditional food, view art and sign a handprint to show their support for reconciliation.
Whitlam Institute Paper: Lessons from US Pharmaceutical Industry
The cautionary tale of how America’s pharmaceutical regulatory system was captured by powerful vested interests is the focus of the latest Perspectives paper.
Migrant children are often their parents' translators – and it can lead to ill health
Our translation services grapple to meet the demand of those who don’t have an adequate grasp of English, particularly recent migrants and refugees.
University raises a cup for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
What better way to help raise much-needed money for cancer research, while enjoying a cuppa and a sweet baked treat while you’re at it?
Construction high point reached on University’s new Parramatta City campus
The high point of Western Sydney University’s new Parramatta City campus has been reached, with Australia’s most digitally infused and technology-rich campus set to open in 2017.
How our modular brain pieces the world together
Picture a close friend. Imagine their face, the sound of their voice, their height, what they normally wear. You might be surprised to learn you have just used a host of different brain regions to recall this information.