News Centre archive - 2021
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2021.
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Trauma and adversity research highlighted during Research Week
Western Sydney University’s Trauma and Resilience Research Group within the Translational Health Research Institute is undertaking research to understand the impact of trauma and adversity.
Historic $30 million commitment to Powerhouse Parramatta
The Powerhouse has today announced an extraordinary $30 million investment in the future of Powerhouse Parramatta by The Walker Family Foundation and Western Sydney University.
Opinion: After a bombshell day at ICAC, questions must be asked about integrity in Australian politics
A few days into the current Independent Commission Against Corruption proceedings in NSW, and it appears two relatively popular former NSW premiers and Cabinet colleagues might hold markedly different views on integrity in public office.
Opinion: 5 ways parents can help children adjust to being at school after months in lockdown
Students are returning to their schools after months in lockdown in Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT. Many will thrive on the return to school. Others, though, may need extra practical and emotional support to adjust in a healthy way.
Australia’s largest birthing study calls for diverse perspectives
As part of a new national study exploring the birthing experiences of women over the last five years, Western Sydney University researchers are calling for women across Australia to contribute their stories.
Research Week to uncover bold research futures
Western Sydney University will showcase the impact of its world-class research as part of this year’s Research Week. Being held from Monday 25 to Friday 29 October, Research Week will highlight the innovative research happening across the University.