News Centre archive
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Time to explore the Whitlam Institute during its first Open Day event
It's almost 40 years since the constitutional crisis of November 1975 which ended in the dismissal of Prime Minister Edward Gough Whitlam by the-then Governor-General Sir John Kerr.
UWS partnership with Penrith City Council to bring benefits for region
Penrith City Council has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with UWS to formalise its partnership with the University.
Fossil Fuels, Global Warming and Democracy
In the new kind of petrostate, democracy is caught between the need to respond to global warming and the demands of the fossil fuel industry.
Community translation key for multicultural Australia
Community translation is crucial for non- English speaking migrants as they are often in need of information about government services, yet may be unable to communicate effectively.
Entrepreneurs tackle ‘problems worth solving’ in Greater Western Sydney
Some of the most pressing issues facing people in Greater Western Sydney will be tackled by teams representing students, entrepreneurs and the start-up community, using PwC’s ‘Open Innovation’ model.
Open Day 2014 Photo Gallery
Thousands of prospective students and their families were at the UWS Parramatta campus for the 2014 Open Day on Sunday 31 August.