News Centre archive - 2014
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.
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A collection of poetry by Jennifer Maiden and published by the UWS publishing house Giramondo has been awarded Australia’s richest single literary prize.
Research from the University of Western Sydney has found many NSW public school teachers lack the necessary training in multicultural and English.
The people of Lithgow will have the chance to get their first look at the fully refurbished Hoskins Building when the UWS Lithgow Campus opens its doors for a special ‘Welcome Day'.
Improving the health of fish habitat along the Hawkesbury River is the aim of a new joint project between UWS and the Bass Fishing Club.
Could you walk in the shoes of someone who is subjected to racism on a daily basis? UWS researchers launch a world-first mobile phone app that challenges people’s ideas about racism by actually experiencing it first hand.
Careers in paramedicine, policing, criminology, physiotherapy, podiatry, nursing and teaching are some of the popular choices this year, as UWS makes 12,020 uni offers to students in 2014.