News Centre archive - 2014

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.

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Building a stronger future for manufacturing in Western Sydney

A Federal Government funded project will see UWS work with local manufacturers in a fresh drive to revitalise the industry.

Allison McInerney

UWS student wins urban planning competition

Final year Bachelor of Planning student Allison McInerney was asked to develop an interactive new plan to engage residents in the Sydney Metropolitan Strategy.

Holding turtle hatchlings

Citizen scientists to help save Murray River turtles

Saving the turtles in the nation's biggest river, the Murray-Darling, requires a big effort, one that crosses the boundaries of universities and industry and scientists and citizens.

Steven Freeland new

Australia entering difficult legal terrain in Ukraine: expert

An international law expert says the legal challenges facing the Australian Federal Police mission to investigate the MH17 wreckage will become more complex if officers are caught in the crossfire.

Paul James

UWS launches landmark collection for global studies

UWS is proud to launch a landmark collection of books on globalization, a bourgeoning field that now crosses the boundaries of all the older disciplines in the social sciences and humanities.

UWS sign against blue sky

UWS researchers secure prestigious national grants

Future Fellowships are granted to provide the best and brightest mid-career academics with incentives to conduct their research in Australia.


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