News Centre archive - 2015
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.
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10 year old Amelie Brown, winning with with her story on 'Ben Matters', received her award recently from the Whitlam Institute.
A study has found the sexual activities of more than three quarters of cancer survivors changed after treatment- even if their cancers didn't affect reproductive organs.
Western Sydney University has announced a half-million dollar scholarship fund to assist refugees, with plans to raise a total of $12 million through a fundraising campaign.
Three talented Western Sydney University students were recently announced as recipients of the inaugural Sydney Airport Scholarship.
Students from Years 7 to 12, along with principals, teachers and parents gathered at Western Sydney University on Friday 4 September for the 2015 UniSchool Steer Challenge closing ceremony.
Western Sydney University research has found open-cut mines that modify groundwater levels can impact ecosystems outside official boundaries, raising questions about their full ecological effects.