News Centre archive - 2014
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.
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By applying a scientific approach to examine the lived experiences of thousands of bilingual Australians, researchers will develop new techniques to promote global citizenship.
Considerable rates of visa fraud is a grave concern to the Australian public, especially as unemployment has just jumped to a 12 year high.
The study will not only bring to life the horror of workplace bullying, but to help educate victims as to how they might best respond and alert authorities.
The Head of Australia’s largest study into racism has congratulated the Federal Government for dropping planned changes to the Racial Discrimination Act.
The Editor-in-Chief of Australia’s most highly ranked history journal has been appointed Professor of History at UWS.
Indigenous students looking for financial and academic support on their journey through life at university now have access to all the information they need.