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School leadership program finalist in Premier’s Awards

Western Sydney University has partnered with the NSW Department of Education on a school leadership program, which has been announced as a finalist in the Highest Quality Education category of this year’s NSW Premier’s Awards.

Koala hotspot populations on NSW North Coast in long-term decline, study finds

Western Sydney University research has analysed close to three decades of data from koala hotspots in New South Wales — to find populations have steadily declined, with disease the most common reason koalas have been admitted to care.

Sydney Zoo scholarships support local students with ambition

Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the inaugural recipients of the Sydney Zoo Scholarship in Tourism Management and Sydney Zoo Scholarship in Animal Science/Zoology.

Research-backed UV Smart Cool Playground open for play

Western Sydney University heat research has guided the refurbishment of Merrylands Memorial Park by Cumberland City Council — which is now a first of its kind UV Smart Cool Playground.

Artist expedition captures recovering Blue Mountains swamplands

A group of well-known Australian artists have completed an artistic expedition to a rare upland swamp in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, as part of Western Sydney University’s acclaimed ‘Painted River Project’.

Sarah Abu Dareb named inaugural recipient for architecture scholarship for women

Sarah Abu Dareb has a creative bent. She loves art and at one point in her young life, thought the best way she could bring her art to the world was by building her own gallery.

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