News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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Stars align for Western Sydney University and ABC TV
Western has thrown its support behind the ABC’s attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the ‘Most People Stargazing – Multiple Venues.’On the evening of Wednesday 23 May 2018, the University will host three separate ‘Star Parties’ in western Sydney.
Western Sydney University’s solar car team takes on the American Solar Challenge
Western Sydney University is sending its Solar Car Team to the other side of the globe – as the first Australian team to ever compete in the American Solar Challenge (ASC).
Universities welcome Federal Government's rural health strategy
Charles Sturt University and Western Sydney University tonight welcomed the Australian Government’s Budget announcement to establish a medical school network across the Murray Darling Basin.
Winners of Western Sydney University’s Sculpture Awards announced
Two impressive works of art, 'Body Shell' and 'Fault Sector,' have taken out the top prizes in the 2018 Sculpture Awards hosted by Western Sydney University.
Report: Koori Court effective for young offenders
Western Sydney University researchers have reviewed the pilot Youth Koori Court in Parramatta, and determined the model to be an effective and culturally appropriate means of addressing the underlying issues that lead many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to appear before the criminal justice system.
Western Sydney University honours Muruwari Elder, Aunty Rita Wright
Muruwari woman, Aunty Rita Wright, will be recognised for her tireless dedication to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of Greater Western Sydney with a Community Fellowship from Western Sydney University.