UWS launches Research Week
Research that makes a difference to our communities is on show in the University of Western Sydney's first Research Week.
Starting December 1, Research Week features a range of public talks, interactive exhibitions and open discussions on campus and at a range of community venues.
- Ideas Lab: Council Amalgamation
- Writing Western Sydney
- This Sporting Life
- Mapping the Humanities
- Media, Design and Music
UWS is committed to research that changes our region, the nation and the world.
The University is proud of its culture of engaged research—which means collaboration with communities, businesses and governments is essential to achieve effective results.
UWS is seeking genuine and sustainable partnerships, and a conversation with the community is a good place to start.
28 November 2014
Photo: Sally Tsoutas
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