News Centre archive - 2014

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

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UWS sign against blue sky

Multi-million dollar ARC grant success for UWS

UWS has been awarded over $2.3 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding to find solutions to some of our nations biggest environmental, social, health and infrastructure challenges.

Night time graduation ceremony

Architecture honours for UWS campus icons

The exceptional restoration and design of the Boilerhouse Student Precinct has been recognised with the NSW Premier's Prize in the 2014 NSW Architecture Awards.

Hammond Skelton Gann and Mann

UWS students receive prestigious international scholarships

Four UWS students will have extraordinary international experiences when they embark on their New Colombo Plan Scholarships later this year.

Students at UWS Penrith campus

National recognition for UWS academics

The UWS’s reputation as the home of the nation’s best university teachers has been endorsed yet again with the Commonwealth Government awarding the University a quarter of the prestigious Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) 2014 Fellowships.

School of Medicine sign

Concerted effort by cancer care partnership will mean improved treatments

A newly-funded initiative to bring cancer researchers together with clinicians who treat cancer patients offers the opportunity to significantly improve treatments and the way cancer care is delivered.

Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson

Human Rights Commissioner to address UWS

Human Rights Commission Tim Wilson will discuss the advancement of civil liberties in Australia, and how he plans to promote a culture of rights and responsibilities.


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