News Centre archive - 2019

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Western Sydney University academic wins prestigious Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellowship

Professor Belinda Medlyn from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment has been named the 2019 ARC Georgina Sweet Australian Laureate Fellow.

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Looking to rent a home? 6 things that will help or hinder you

Two-thirds of tenants in Australia rent through a real estate agent. A national shortage of private rental housing forces these tenants to impress the real estate agent to secure a property – their application needs to stand out from other applications.

Count down on to World Solar Challenge

Western Sydney University’s Solar Car will soon line up on the official start line of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2019.

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All the signs were there: lessons from the collapse of White Ribbon Australia

Few Australian charities have been as high-profile as the White Ribbon organisation. In its stated mission to prevent men’s violence against women, it garnered the support of politicians, sporting champions, celebrities and the general public.

Professor Michelle Trudgett honoured by University of New England

Professor Michelle Trudgett, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, Strategy and Consultation at Western Sydney University, has received a Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of New England.

MARCS Institute research keeping our skies safe

Research by Dr Dominique Estival, MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, has guided the development of the Australian Government’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority's Communication Module.


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