News Centre archive - 2015
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.
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Giramondo publishing recognised in NSW Premier’s Literary Awards
The UWS Writing and Society Research Centre is pleased to announce two of its Doctor of Creative Arts students have been shortlisted for 2015 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.
Adoration and abuse: how virtual maltreatment harms athletes
Athletes are increasingly viewed as celebrities and adored by millions, but their increased virtual presence continues to have a darker side.
New exhibition sheds light on the lives of Australia’s post-war migrants
Snakes in the laundry and dreary meals of mutton are just some of the memories post-war immigrants have shared in A Place to Call Home? Migrant Hostel Memories.
Should Russia host the 2018 FIFA World Cup?
Calls to remove or boycott Russia as host of the 2018 FIFA World Cup are gathering force, but multilateral sporting boycotts are rare, and the dismissal of a chosen host even rarer.
Thinking Out Loud seminar series tackles climate change
In the upcoming Thinking Out Loud - Sydney Lectures, Professor David Wood argues we need to devise supplementary economies, and alternatives to unsustainable profit-taking to tackle climate change.
UWS provides pathways to success for Indigenous students
UWS Pathways to Dreaming program participants are among the large number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to commence study at UWS in 2015.