News Centre archive
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UWS author wins literary excellence award
Author Michael Mohammed Ahmad is the latest literary talent to emerge from UWS and garner recognition for his writing.
No, India isn’t outpacing China, and other Modi myths
India marches on towards a market-driven economy with a quarter of its population teetering on the brink of destitution, poverty and social exclusion.
Terrorism laws in spotlight at public forum
Successive Australian governments have introduced a raft of new counter-terrorism laws, sparking criticism there are now inadequate protections against potential human rights abuses.
SBS Director to address UWS Open Forum
The role of the SBS in providing a window into the wider world and showcasing the success of Australian multiculturalism will be discussed by the SBS Managing Director Michael Edeid.
Compulsory science and maths is great but there's more to be done
Federal Education and Training Minister Christopher Pyne today met with his state counterparts to confirm his proposal to make science and maths compulsory for year 11 and 12 students.
UWS jumps into Australia's top ten in latest global rankings
The international recognition continues for the University of Western Sydney, with UWS coming 10th in Australia and 259th in the world in the latest Leiden rankings for 2015.