News Centre archive
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Western Sydney University student Jen Armstrong has been named the NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year for her charity work with domestic abuse survivors.
Research has found local health professionals are struggling to treat the large number of socioeconomically disadvantaged patients with complex health problems who often require unaffordable specialist care.
Western Sydney University has received three Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, as part of the Australian Government’s Awards for University Teaching in 2016.
A highlight of each graduation ceremony is the Occasional Address. In December, Western Sydney University graduands and their guests will have the opportunity to hear from a range of distinguished guest speakers.
2017 is the Year of the Rooster, and this is often regarded as a specially lucky year as the Chinese word for rooster (or hen) sounds like the word for good fortune.
Young people are disengaged and disaffected, right? Our experience tells us that the exact opposite is true.