News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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An uneasy marriage: planners, public and the market struggle to work well together
Tensions are mounting between the professional practices of government planners, the participatory frameworks of planning departments and the private sector’s increasing role in shaping Australian cities.
How do we stop people falling through the gaps in a digitally connected city?
Cultural activity is increasingly hybridised, reliant on social media and location-aware devices for co-ordinating collocated gatherings and events.
Writing and Society Research Centre authors star in Stella Award nominations
Western Sydney University’s growing reputation as a national leader in literature has been highlighted with the nomination of three authors for the Stella Prize.
Western Sydney University partners on national ‘Respect. Now. Always.’ campaign
Western Sydney University has joined together with other Australian universities to support a new national campaign to prevent sexual assault and harassment.
New psychology clinic opens to the public at Penrith campus
A new psychology clinic has opened at Western Sydney University, offering free consultations for adults and children with common types of psychological problems.
Ruddock as human rights envoy? Don't scoff too soon
How will Australia's controversial former Immigration Minister Phillip Ruddock be viewed as Human Rights envoy?