News Centre archive
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Expert: Sport should stay out of the heat to protect the spectacle
A Western Sydney University expert in sport physiology is available to comment on the impact of extreme heat on professional athletes. Dr Ric Lovell says extreme heat and sport do not mix – but not always for the reason that you might think.
Secrets of the brain may be key to understanding back pain
Researchers at Western Sydney University are seeking to discover why some people with acute onset lower back pain recover quickly, while others do not.
Business in China: Students travel to Xiamen to learn from innovative firms
20 Western Sydney University students have been given a unique opportunity to learn about innovation and professional practice in business, by working with firms in one of the world’s largest economies.
Extreme heat in sport: why using a fixed temperature cut-off isn’t as simple as it seems
Record-breaking temperatures during the Ashes cricket test match in Sydney on Sunday led many to wonder: how hot is too hot to continue playing sport safely?
WSU supports measures to create more prepared financial planners
Western Sydney University’s Associate Professor Sharon Taylor from the School of Business says new educational requirements for financial planners will only result in “better and more prepared financial advisers”.
Employers rank Western Sydney University graduates highly in new national survey
Western Sydney University graduates are highly sought-after by today’s employers, according to the latest data from the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching Employer Satisfaction Survey.