News Centre archive - 2018
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.
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Reproductive research yields unique opportunity for Western student
A new scholarship from AWET has given a Western Sydney University student an opportunity to contribute to important agricultural research that is improving our understanding of how stress can impact an animal’s ability to reproduce.
CatalystWest: What are the jobs of the future?
More than 300 thought-leaders from industry, government and the community will discuss western Sydney’s labour market and the jobs of the future – at Western Sydney University’s inaugural CatalystWest event on February 28.
Cape Town is almost out of water. Could Australian cities suffer the same fate?
The world is watching the unfolding Cape Town water crisis with horror. On “Day Zero”, now predicted to be just ten weeks away, engineers will turn off the water supply. The city’s four million residents will have to queue at one of 200 water collection points.
Liberation Prison Project: Prison Art in all its forms
Western Sydney University is pleased to present Liberation Prison Project - an exhibition featuring 85 original artworks by people serving custodial sentences in Australia and around the world.
Academy award winner Susan Sarandon leads the way for TropTalks
Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon will be a special guest at Western Sydney University, when she appears at TropTalks from 13-16 February 2018.
Migrant populations not abreast with breast cancer screening message
Despite increased awareness of the prevalence of breast cancer and importance of early detection, a Western Sydney University study found that Australian immigrant women are still not getting the message.