News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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Innovative Aboriginal Painting receives Academy Prize
An Aboriginal art student’s depiction of his mother’s recovery from a life-threatening car crash has been awarded the Academy Prize for Art Express students.
International rankings reinforce Western Sydney University’s rise
Ten subject areas at Western Sydney University were ranked in the top 400 worldwide in the 2016 edition of the QS World University Rankings.
Religious leaders gather for Harmony Day roundtable
Religious leaders from different faiths have gathered at Western Sydney University for a special Harmony Day event to discuss ways to promote peace and tolerance in the region.
Advocacy and leadership recognised as University names its Women of the West
The winners of this year’s Western Sydney University Women of the West Awards have been recognised for their outstanding leadership and tireless volunteer work within their local communities.
Trashing the brand: ANZ and CBA could pay a high price for choosing profit over people
The recent CBA and ANZ scandals show that the big banks fail to understand the long-term pay off from investing in their relationships with people over short-term profit.
Australian universities make health and wellbeing a priority
Representatives from 25 Australian universities have joined together to form the Australian Health Promoting Universities Network.