News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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In an effort to encourage young people to learn about the opportunities of a higher education, Western Sydney University’s Fast Forward program will bring together more than 600 students in their annual Year 12 Conference.
It’s the national health tragedy that’s falling on deaf ears: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children have the highest rates of ‘otitis media’ – or middle ear infection – in the world.
It turns out that with the right flow of local know-how we’re better in a crisis than we might think. More than 300 thought-leaders from industry, government and the community will discuss how western Sydney will be able to cope in times of crisis at CatalystWest.
New research from Western Sydney University has revealed that simple self-care strategies, such as spending time with animals and getting enough sleep, are helpful for people managing bipolar disorder symptoms.
Should western Sydney be used as Australia’s living health laboratory?More than 300 thought-leaders will discuss western Sydney’s capacity to drive the solutions to the nation’s health challenges at CatalystWest.
Following an exciting development in The Bionic Voice research project – led by the MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development at Western Sydney University – the global field of electronic voice research is set to change.