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More than 200 Western Sydney University students will travel to the Indo-Pacific region under prestigious international scholarships announced by the Commonwealth Government.
As wombats fight for survival against a deadly skin disease that kills in months, scientists are asking Australians to help take a census of wombats using an innovative new app.
In the lead up to the critical United Nations Paris Climate Summit, United States Consul General Hugo Llorens will visit UWS to discuss America's Clean Power Plan.
The Forum provides a rare and exciting opportunity for authors from the two countries to meet, exchange ideas and experiences and to develop a deeper understanding of our respective literary worlds.
An all-star line up of inspirational Australians will take centre stage at a new and reimagined Open Day on Sunday 30 August.
A study has found young adults who are immersed in a new language not only learn faster and more accurately, they are better at understanding accents and piecing together multiple conversations.