News Centre archive - 2015
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.
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Is the packaging for a range of “ice-cream that understands PMS” created by a 21-year-old American graphic designer funny, offensive, or something else entirely?
A new generation of primary education teachers will join the classrooms this year after graduating from the University of Western Sydney.
Thanks to advancements in microelectronics and miniaturisation, tiny satellites called nanosats or cubesats – some the size of a 10cm cube – are being built at far less expense and launched by university researchers and start-up companies.
UWS has announced an agreement to enter into a 50:50 joint venture with global education services provider Navitas Limited to establish a pathway college for international students.
High-profile Australians Ben Quilty, Peter FitzSimons and Dr Kerry Schott have received honorary doctorates from UWS at Autumn Graduation.
The $30 million Werrington Park Corporate Centre has been officially unveiled, bringing with it the promise of high-tech industries, and hundreds of much-needed knowledge-economy jobs for Sydney’s west