News Centre archive - 2014
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.
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Luminaries of Aussie stage and screen to light up free twilight concert
A stellar line up of Australian theatre, television and film legends will grace the stage for a free concert at the UWS Parramatta campus.
Racism survey shows public supports existing Racial Discrimination Act
Research has found the Federal Government’s plan to unwind parts of the Racial Discrimination Act does not have majority public support.
Sydney Seminar: Is Small Still Beautiful?
Whereas ethnographers once travelled to remote societies to document the alien existences of cultures, now communities record their diverse lives themselves.
UWS celebrates 25 years as a university
As UWS celebrates its 25th anniversary and reflects on how far it has come, new Vice-Chancellor Professor Barney Glover takes the opportunity to outline the University’s strategic plans for the next decade.
Young Australians asked for their opinion to improve online safety
A national crowdsourcing campaign to help improve online safety is asking young Australians to have their say.
Empathy and expertise helps law students with domestic violence victims
A program to improve the legal profession’s understanding of domestic violence to ensure lawyers are better equipped to assist people.