News Centre archive
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UWS staff member wins National Trust Heritage Award
A project charting the impact of war on the boys who travelled from the Blue Mountains to World War 1 has received a National Trust Heritage Award.
Feeding the world - one great idea at a time
Finding innovative solutions to feed a hungry world in the future will be the task of UWS student Justin Whittle, one of 100 young leaders in agriculture from around the world who were selected to attend the Global Youth Ag-Summit in Canberra next month.
Commitment and drive is what these high school students have for study
Fifteen students from Wyndham and St John Paul II Catholic Colleges recently celebrated university study achievements at an awards ceremony at the UWS Blacktown Campus.
Elderly more trusting when it comes to heeding investment advice
New research has found that as we age, we are less likely to be concerned with someone’s reputation for being untrustworthy when it comes to financial advice.
Open Forum: Diversity on Australian boards
Current efforts to address the lack of women and minority representation on Australian boards will be discussed by two Australian business leaders at a UWS Open Forum.
Public event: Technology and the transformation of academia
How are traditional academic disciplines responding to the rise of digital technology, and embracing its potential to drive new ideas and partnerships with wider society?