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New pathway to teaching a major boost to help aspiring teachers into workforce sooner

Western Sydney University welcomes the proposed introduction of a new one-year Master’s pathway to teaching announced today by the NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet, and Minister for Education and Early Learning, Sarah Mitchell.

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World-first study shows VR technology can improve anxiety and depression in adults with disabilities

A world first study led by Western Sydney University has found significant improvements in anxiety, depression, and sensory processing in adults with disabilities following the use of new Virtual Reality sensory room technology.

Western Sydney University to lead NSW Bushfire and Natural Hazards Research Centre

Professor Matthias Boer from Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment will head the NSW Bushfire and Natural Hazards Research Centre.

New study finds lethal pathogen causes widespread biological disruption for frogs, but responses differ by species

A new study by a Western Sydney University researcher has explored a lethal fungal pathogen causing widespread biological disruption for frogs, assessing how responses differ by species.

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Opinion: Are you living in a food desert? These maps suggest it can make a big difference to your health

Public concerns about high food prices highlight how meeting basic human needs can’t be taken for granted, even in a country like Australia.

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NSW and ACT universities take sector leading steps to strengthen early offer admissions

The New South Wales Vice-Chancellors’ Committee, the peak body for universities in NSW and the ACT, has initiated a sector-leading approach to introduce a new set of underlying principles for early offer admissions in 2024.

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