News Centre archive - 2015
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.
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Over 200 Australians with dementia will soon be joining one of the nation’s largest clinical trials for a Chinese herbal medicine which, in pilot studies, has been shown to be an effective treatment improving learning and memory.
A new report has found Muslims in Sydney face high rates of racism, but the vast majority list relations with non-Muslims as positive, and believe education and employment are more important than international affairs.
An international ranking that rates graduate employability has confirmed Western Sydney University’s growing reputation as an institution of choice for employers.
Rhonda Itaoui will be based at Berkeley University in San Francisco to further her research examining how experiences of Islamophobia impact the way Muslim youth use public spaces.
Research has found it makes better business sense to reward team performance rather than providing individuals bonuses, casting doubt on current business practices.
Recently Parramatta took an important step on its journey to becoming a leading Smart City with the signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Parramatta City Council and Western Sydney University.