News Centre archive - 2014
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.
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Upside Down Again sculpture by Norwegian artist Hilde A. Danielsen has won the 2014 University of Western Sydney’s UrbanGrowth People Choice Awards.
The Stem Cell Stories exhibition juxtaposes spectacular scientific images and moving portrait photography of people with diseases that may become treatable as a result of stem cell research.
Calls to shut down web sites with stories of the fictional character Slender Man are the latest in a long line of confected moral panics over new technology.
It has been 10 years since NSW Governor, Professor Marie Bashir, AV, CVO, opened The Mount Druitt Shed Suicide Prevention/drop in centre by planting a tree to commemorate her visit.
The best and brightest Year 10 students from across NSW gathered to battle it out for the ultimate prize of Brain Bee State Champion.
This year Men’s Health Week is all about recognising the many contributions large and small that men and boys make to our community.