News Centre archive
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Pregnancy doesn’t ‘cure’ endometriosis, so where does this advice come from?
Many Australian women with endometriosis are reporting they’re being advised a reliable treatment or even possible cure for their endometriosis is to “go away and have a baby”.
Royal commission report makes preventing institutional sexual abuse a national responsibility
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse today presented a socially and historically contextualised understanding of child sexual abuse.
Teaching excellence recognised with prestigious national award
Professor Craig Gonsalvez’s outstanding contribution to the teaching and supervision of clinical psychology has been recognised with a prestigious national Award for Teaching Excellence.
Expert: Addressing gender issues in schools starts with giving students the right to disagree
Western Sydney University is bringing to Australia an internationally renowned expert in gender identity, to speak to academics and pre-service teachers about ways that schools can implement sensitive, inclusive approaches to gender.
Science explains the colour of your Christmas
When we think of Christmas, what colour comes to mind? For most people, that colour is probably red. Even Santa himself is red. It’s a colour reminiscent of family, good food, Santa and his gifts and festive holidays.
Graduation wraps up an incredible journey for Fulbright Scholar Tracey Steinrucken
For PhD student Tracey Steinrucken, her graduation on Wednesday 13 December brings to a close three of the most intense and fulfilling years of her life.