News Centre archive - 2015
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2015.
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Congratulations go to Western Sydney University Industrial Design student Matthew Doyle whose skills were recently recognised with an award at the annual Cormack Innovation Awards.
The Hawkesbury campus will soon host Australia’s most advanced agricultural high school, with plans to move Hurlstone Agricultural High to the University in 2020 under an ambitious $35 million plan.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has thrown the onus on the Australian Republican Movement and the people at large, suggesting there must be a public groundswell of support before he acts.
Kell Tremayne is Western Sydney University’s latest academic to have won an award for his innovative teaching methods.
During maternity care heatlh specialists are focused on the pregnant belly and the baby, but a new study finds it's time to focus on the brain.
The story of Alumni and Sudanese ex-child soldier Deng Adut has been praised by the ABC Gruen panel for its powerful message of transformation and hope.