News Centre archive - 2014

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

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Australia's ambassador to Thailand meets with UWS executives

Overseas study key for students in the Asian Century

As part of the University of Western Sydney’s drive to encourage students to consider broadening their horizons, UWS has hosted the Australian Ambassador to Thailand.

Art Nature Wellbeing photo

Exhibition explores links between art, nature and wellbeing

A unique exhibition created by staff and students is set to explore the relationship between art, the natural world and mental health.

The Why Generation cast

Want to see how a television show is made?

Television Sydney and UWS are about to start making the second series of The Why Generation panel show, and are giving the community the chance to be in the audience.

City skyline

Study finds access to green space not equitable in nation's largest cities

Green space in our cities is important to improve and maintain good health. Yet new research reveals that some of our poorest communities don’t fare as well as their affluent neighbours when it comes to green space availability.

High school students attend UWS

High School Students Fast Forward to their dream jobs

Local school students who may not have considered higher education due to a lack of exposure to university through their friends and family are preparing to learn more about tertiary life.

Karima Bennoune

Open Forum: Women in the Muslim World

An international human rights veteran who spent twenty years travelling the world to interview the female victims of fundamentalist Muslim oppression is the special guest at the next University of Western Sydney Open Forum.


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