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Grant to accelerate tech entrepreneurs in Western Sydney

Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad Technology Business Incubator has been awarded a $250,000 grant to drive the development of technology-based start-up companies in Western Sydney.


Virtual Yarramundi Lecture to highlight Indigenous thought leaders

Western Sydney University is pleased to present the Yarramundi Lecture — an upcoming annual forum exploring issues of local and national significance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


New report finds 'Compassionate Communities' resilient but under-resourced

Researchers from Western Sydney University in partnership with The GroundSwell Project, have released the first comprehensive assessment of community-centred end of life care in Australia.


Western Sydney artists launch inaugural publication inspired by lockdown

Western Sydney University’s program for emerging artists under 30 in Sydney’s West, The Writing Zone is now home to 12 diverse, young artists who will present their inaugural publication at a special event today.


Centre for Western Sydney relaunched to advocate for region

In response to the significant social and economic challenges facing Sydney’s West, Western Sydney University has re-launched its ‘Centre for Western Sydney’ — an innovative research, policy and advocacy hub.


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Opinion: When health workers came up against COVID it laid bare gaps in their training

COVID-19 turned 2020 on its head for all healthcare workers, particularly those at the front line of the pandemic response.



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