News Centre archive
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Talented visual arts students gather for a master class in all things digital
ARTEXPRESS is one of our most highly anticipated art exhibitions – an annual celebration of NSW high school students’ creativity and imagination – however the ideas for those incredible major works often begin years earlier.
Further global recognition for Western Sydney University
The 2015-2016 QS World University Rankings have been released, with Western Sydney University scoring highly both for its research, and particularly for its performance in the fields of humanities, social sciences and management.
Making a meal of it: Unequal access to fresh food a health risk
The lack of easy access to fresh food in some part of Western Sydney may be having an impact on residents' health according to researchers.
MOU signed for Launch Pad: Smart Business Centre
Camden Council and Western Sydney University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the view to working towards the establishment of a LAUNCH PAD Smart Business Centre in Oran Park Town.
Youngest winner takes out What Matters? competition
10 year old Amelie Brown, winning with with her story on 'Ben Matters', received her award recently from the Whitlam Institute.
Research finds cancer survivors suffer lower libidos long after treatment
A study has found the sexual activities of more than three quarters of cancer survivors changed after treatment- even if their cancers didn't affect reproductive organs.