News Centre archive
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High blood pressure during pregnancy still puts mother and baby at risk
Researchers are investigating a compound in the mother’s blood that may show the risk, even in early pregnancy, of developing preeclampsia or high blood pressure.
Open Forum: Sexism in Australian Politics
Former Democrats Leader Cheryl Kernot and leading feminist Eva Cox AO will discuss sexism in Australian politics at a special University of Western Sydney Open Forum.
Global Islamophobia: Muslims and Moral Panic in the West
A new book to be launched at the University of Western Sydney will explore the Muslim experience in the West over the past decade, and argue the rise of Islamophobia.
Former Ambassador invokes Whitlam’s 1971 China visit in call for independent Australian attitude
Australia’s attitude toward China has evolved from misinformed fear and suspicion to respect and engagement writes former Australian Ambassador to China, Dr Stephen FitzGerald.
The best young writers in NSW work with professional writers from UWS
The University of Western Sydney will host a master class for budding young writers at the UWS Bankstown campus on Friday 5 October, 2012.
Successful creative professionals give Western Sydney artists the business edge
Free public lecture series to give local artists the chance to gain practical knowledge from some of Sydney's most successful creative professionals.