News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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Parents packing school lunches during the summer heat have been urged to prepare food and store it in the refrigerator overnight to help keep the meal cool for longer, according to gastroenterologist, Dr Vincent Ho.
Step back in time with extended opening hours at the Female Orphan School, home to the Whitlam Institute
Due to popular demand, the Whitlam Institute is extending the opening hours of the historic Female Orphan School.
Financial planners are now subject to more stringent education requirements and Western Sydney University and the Financial Planning Association of Australia are at the forefront of research guiding this transitional period.
Sharing photos of their children starting school on social media is an important digital ritual for Australian families, but raises concerns for around online safety.
Western Sydney University will welcome its students back with a freshly renovated plaza at Kingswood campus which will house four new eateries and a space for live music.
Western Sydney University is calling on the community to recognise the many, often unsung, women making a difference in the region by nominating them for the 2017 Women of the West Awards.