News Centre archive - 2015

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

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Westmead development artist impression

Westmead site redevelopment to benefit community

Western is calling for Expressions of Interest from developers to partner with the University to redevelop and revitalise its Westmead campus.

Keith Parry

Hayne shows changing nature of international athlete migration

International athletes can now control their financial destiny with strong performances, but there are many, particularly from developing nations, who are still at risk of exploitation.

Students talking

High-flying business students to study overseas, thanks to New Colombo Plan

It’s one thing to learn about the ever-changing global economy from a textbook; it’s quite another to travel to another country while you’re still studying and getting the chance to put all you’ve learned into practice.

Student with a book

Students bringing the world back home

More than 200 Western Sydney University students will travel to the Indo-Pacific region under prestigious international scholarships announced by the Commonwealth Government.

Wombat 2

Citizen scientists needed to help save sick wombats

As wombats fight for survival against a deadly skin disease that kills in months, scientists are asking Australians to help take a census of wombats using an innovative new app.

Wind farm

US Consul General to discuss ‘clean tech revolution’ at Whitlam Institute

In the lead up to the critical United Nations Paris Climate Summit, United States Consul General Hugo Llorens will visit UWS to discuss America's Clean Power Plan.


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