News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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The impressive $7 million, 1800sqm Glasshouse facility at Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury campus will feature in the final episode of the ABC’s Back In Time For Dinner program on Tuesday, 10 July at 8.30pm.
Specialist agency,The Pulse, has announced the appointment of Dr. Mark Hohenberg as Chief Medical Officer in what is believed to be an Australian first.
The government’s National Energy Guarantee aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions but for Australia to meet its Paris climate change commitments, this will need to be replicated economy-wide.
At the nucleus of Rozanna Lilley’s memoir, Do Oysters Get Bored? A curious life, is Lilley’s son Oscar, an endearing 12-year-old.
Four students have been awarded Western Sydney University’s most prestigious undergraduate scholarship for 2018.
Sydney artists and cultural practitioners face growing barriers to working in or close to the city, according to our new research.