News Centre archive
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Poetic essay takes a stand against whaling and earns the major ‘What Matters?’ prize
A powerful, narrative-style essay written from the perspective of a Minke Whale calf has been announced as the overall winner of the 2012 What Matters? essay competition.
International scientist visits UWS Campbelltown
A prominent scientist from Tokyo Metropolitan University is currently visiting the University of Western Sydney to present a series of seminars for students and staff.
New psychology labs explore the processes of human behaviour
The University of Western Sydney officially opened its Foundational Processes of Behaviour Research Laboratories on the Bankstown campus.
UWS congratulates its Olympic athletes
As Australia’s Olympic team return home from the London Games, the University of Western Sydney congratulates its athletes.
What Matters? finalists highlight the power of the individual and call for an end to global injustice
The finalists for the What Matters? essay competition, hosted by the Whitlam Institute and proudly sponsored by Officeworks, once again show that young people in Australia have a strong social conscience.
Beyond the hobbit: Precarious work, inequality and democracy
What does the hobbit have to do with industrial relations? In October 2010, the New Zealand Government was approached by Sir Peter Jackson.