News Centre archive - 2012
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2012.
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Werewolves shifting the shape of popular culture
The growing popularity of werewolves and other shapeshifters in popular culture plays a part in sparking debate about important issues such as social alienation and difference.
Sustainability Month heralds arrival of new green products at UWS
The launch of a new range of sustainable products available from uwsconnect outlets at the University of Western Sydney was one of the first campus events for Sustainability Month 2012.
Close knit community project sews the seeds for change
The University of Western Sydney is piecing together the patchwork of Australia’s quilting community to raise much-needed funds for Mission Australia and the Exodus Foundation.
School student ambassadors gather at UWS
Hundreds of students representing local schools from South-Western Sydney will gather at the University of Western Sydney’s Campbelltown campus on Thursday August 2.
UWS builds on research success with two prestigious ARC grants
The University of Western Sydney has underlined its growing research reputation with the announcement of two prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship grants.
What Matters? finalists announced
Eight finalists have been chosen for the Whitlam Institute’s What Matters? essay competition in 2012. The What Matters? competition, proudly sponsored by Officeworks.