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New book empowers health students to provide inclusive care

Associate Professor Tinashe Dune, an award-winning health sociology and public health academic from Western Sydney University, has edited a new book titled: ‘Culture, Diversity and Health in Australia’.


Western Sydney University appoints Pro Vice-Chancellor, Strategy, Government and Alliances

Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Andy Marks as its new Pro Vice-Chancellor, Strategy, Government and Alliances.


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New academic chair to be appointed for research into Ayurvedic medicine

Western Sydney University is the first Australian university to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Government’s Ministry of AYUSH to appoint an Academic Chair in Ayurvedic Medicine.


Western Sydney University launches high-tech jobs ‘accelerator’ vision for the West

Western Sydney University has released its vision for the Tech Jobs Accelerator, a collaboration hub to deliver future-ready training, jobs and industry partnerships in Western Sydney.


Social Sciences Week celebrated at Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University will deliver a range of exciting online research seminars as part of national Social Sciences Week 2021 from 6-12 September.


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Opinion: A good induction is important for all new jobs. So why are teachers being left behind?

Australian schools are struggling to recruit and keep teachers. Low wages, overwork, difficult student behaviour, lack of support and stress are some of the reasons teachers leave the profession or have periods of sick leave.



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