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Western Sydney University recognises distinguished leaders with grad honours
Eminent leaders in the fields of science, business, education and law will receive prestigious honorary awards from Western Sydney University at the upcoming April graduation ceremonies, being held from Friday 7 April to Thursday 13 April at the Parramatta campus.
Community champions honoured by Western Sydney University
Western Sydney community leaders who are making a positive and lasting difference in the region will receive prestigious awards from Western Sydney University as part of the upcoming graduation ceremonies, being held Friday 7 April to Thursday 13 April.
Western Sydney University acknowledges the passing of Mrs Moya Phillips
It is with sadness that the University acknowledges the passing of Mrs Moya Phillips. Moya was the wife of the late Mr John Phillips, who served as Western Sydney University's second Chancellor from 2001 until his retirement in 2010.
Western Sydney University Commits to UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce it has become a signatory to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030.
Living with the legacy of the great infrastructure sell-off
The vehicles of urban infrastructure – the utilities and the state-owned enterprises were so central to the life of cities that they became perfect entities for private sell-off.
Western Sydney: The top ranking Australian university in nursing and midwifery
Western Sydney University’s standing as a global leader in the fields of nursing and midwifery has been reinforced, with the release of a new ranking system that places the University first in Australia and fourth in the world.