News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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The 23-year-old Campbelltown resident was handed a prestigious Golden Guitar award at the star studded Tamworth Country Music Association of Australia Awards.
The Mark Grundy OCAGI has pledged $39,000 to fund a PhD in Western Sydney University’s School of Medicine.
Six popular alternative flag designs were presented to survey participants as part of an Australian Research Council project looking at national symbols.
Andrew Gilchrist has been touring the country as an employee of the Western Sydney based Twenty/20 team, who won the final of the Big Bash competition.
A national focus on innovation and entrepreneurship is helping boost the popularity of technology and business-oriented university courses, as Western Sydney University makes 12,183 offers to students in 2016.
Deng’s story of hope and the transformational power of education has touched hearts across the world, with more than two million views of his inspirational video since late last year.