News Centre archive - 2015

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.

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Youngest winner takes out What Matters? competition

10 year old Amelie Brown, winning with with her story on 'Ben Matters', received her award recently from the Whitlam Institute.

Jane Ussher

Research finds cancer survivors suffer lower libidos long after treatment

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.

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Western Sydney University announces scholarship fund to support refugees

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.

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Scholarship students flying high thanks to Sydney Airport

Three talented Western Sydney University students were recently announced as recipients of the inaugural Sydney Airport Scholarship.

UniSchools Steer Challenge closing ceremony

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.

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Research finds trees can be at risk if mining alters groundwater levels

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.


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