Nov 28Workshops available to help with writing and referencing
During 28 November to 2 December, you can attend Academic Literacy Workshops to develop your writing and referencing skills.
Dec 1Dementia Information Session
Free Online Dementia Information Session! Join Dr Diana Karamacoska, for an interactive online workshop exploring how dementia can affect people.
Dec 2Seminar: End of life for people with intellectual disability: We can help or harm
Western Sydney University, School of Psychology, would like to invite you to join us as we present our guest speakers Michele Wiese and Roger Stancliff.
Dec 4Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference
33rd Australasian Association for Engineering Education Conference.
Dec 5What matters: Indigenous LGBTIQ+ Pasts, Presents and Futures
This symposium presents papers on a variety of topics related to Indigenous sexuality and/or gender diversity.
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1st December 2022Opinion: Why do nurse home visits stop a few weeks after giving birth? Extending them to 2 years benefits the whole family
Sustained nurse home visiting provides intensive services in a family’s home during pregnancy and the first two years of the child’s life. During this time, the child’s brain develops more rapidly than any other time in their life.
1st December 2022Western PhD candidate presents new research at 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, helping quantify forest carbon stocks in Nepal
Shiva Khanal, a PhD candidate from the University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, has presented his PhD research at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties.
1st December 2022
As the weather warms up, Western Sydney University once again conducted its highly successful Beach Safety Day to help international students stay safe in the water this summer.
1st December 2022Opinion: ‘You have to beg for help’: how our welfare system pressures people to perform vulnerability
People who rely on welfare payments to survive are often required to repeatedly tell stories of their personal hardships.
30th November 2022
Western Sydney University has officially launched an evidence-based smartphone app for youth mental health that turns listening to music into a tool that could help young people to better understand and manage their moods and wellbeing.
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