News Centre archive - 2011

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2011.

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Debating at UWS

Western Sydney students add up the benefits of studying Maths and IT

More than eighty students from Western Sydney high schools have participated in an academic enrichment day that focused on Maths and IT.

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UWS explores brighter futures for boys on International Men's Day

International Men's Day is celebrated across the world on November 19 and provides a timely opportunity to recognise the value and importance of men's contributions to the world.

White Ribbon Day at UWS

UWS commits to White Ribbon Day

The University of Western Sydney will show its support of White Ribbon Day and putting an end to violence against women by painting a giant white ribbon at the entrance to the Campbelltown campus.

What Matters?

What Matters? to screen on Television Sydney

Television viewers will be given a unique insight into the hopes and aspirations of Australia's youth in the special screening of the 'What Matters?' competition, airing on Television Sydney.


Plain packets will remove the appeal of smoking for young women

As the world's first tobacco plain packaging legislation is passed through Parliament today, a researcher from the University of Western Sydney.

Formula-fed babies

New study finds formula-fed babies at risk in emergencies

Recent natural disasters in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the United States have shown even in developed nations' infants.


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