News Centre archive - 2016

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.

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Professor Brad Frankum elected new President of the Australian Medical Association (NSW)

Having lived and worked in Western and South Western Sydney, Professor Frankum understands very well the unique health challenges of the region, and the importance of preventative health.



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Western Sydney University research ranks among the world’s best

Western Sydney University’s scientific research performance has outranked some of the most prestigious universities within Australia and internationally, following the release of the latest Leiden rankings.



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Interactive online map capturing public feeling about Western Sydney

In Western Sydney is an interactive online map developed to capture public feeling about the local landmarks, hidden treasures and infamous locations located across Australia’s multicultural heartland.



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School students get a taste of country life as part of the UniSchools Steer Challenge

WesternSydney University's annual UniSchools Steer Challenge has officially begun, with 14 high schools putting their animal husbandry skills to the test.




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Men’s Health Week 2016: Rediscovering fun for life

In the lead up to Men’s Health Week, men across Australia are being urged to take the time to rediscover inspiring activities and fun events in their local communities to help improve their health and well-being.



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Western Sydney and the 2016 election: the battle for … the best cliché?

As has been the case in the last few Australian federal elections, politicians have focused their early campaign attention on western Sydney.



 

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