News Centre archive
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Western Sydney University announces major investment in postgraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
Western announce a refreshed scholarship program to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students undertaking higher degree research.
Building a community for change sister to sister
For 21-year-old Kamilaroi and Dunghutti woman and physiotherapy student, Keely Silva, this year’s NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to reflect on the growing voice of Indigenous women.
Western Sydney University to invest $40 million in new academic and research strategy
Western Sydney University is investing up to $40 million over five years in three new Research Fellowship Schemes and expanding its innovative 21C Curriculum Project.
Western Sydney University continues to climb world rankings
Western Sydney University has continued to improve its world standing, moving up 13 places in the 2019 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.
Keeping Australia's bees free from broken wing disorders
Parasitic Varroa mites magnify the damage from a common virus in honeybees that can cause deformities in the bees’ wings, according to a review published in the Annual Review of Virology.
Western Sydney University’s literary strength recognised in Miles Franklin shortlist
Novels by an academic and alumnus of Western Sydney University’s Writing and Society Research Centre have been shortlisted for one of Australia’s most prestigious literary prizes, the Miles Franklin Award.