News Centre archive - 2014
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.
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The conference will discuss how fiction acts as a form of therapeutic storytelling, encouraging us to remember past atrocities while also building a new sense of peace in society and moving on.
The creative young minds from Greater Western Sydney have been given the opportunity to hone their media production skills as a special UWS workshop.
Thousands of students celebrated their achievements at UWS when they completed one of the most important milestones of their lives at the Spring Graduation ceremonies.
Peter Jonason has been awarded the Ig Noble Prize for Psychology for research showing people who stay up late at night are more likely to display anti-social personality traits.
The Literary Commons program aims to reach out to the vast majority of Indians who do not read in English.
While in past decades mosques primarily served one ethnic group, a new report has found almost all mosques in NSW now have a multi-ethnic composition.