News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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The imminent deportation of Schapelle Corby from Indonesia may be good news for her and her family, but it does not lessen the risks faced by Australians who are arrested overseas, according to an international law expert.
Under the cutting edge new plan, researchers will compare the DNA of living wild birds to the DNA of 100-year-old museum specimens that lived before the species’ decline.
Students will have the chance to learn directly from creative leaders at companies such as Google and VICE Publishing, thanks to a new partnership with Semi Permanent.
Musical leaders, Silicon Valley creatives and medical entrepreneurs were among the Western Sydney University graduates honoured at the 2017 Alumni Awards.
Western Sydney University Law student, Emily Gorry has been selected as a Sydney finalist in the 2017 Rose of Tralee competition.
Corruption is thought to cost China US$86 billion each year. Widespread corruption at all levels of Chinese society also worsens economic inequality, which could potentially lead to social unrest.