News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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Western Sydney University research highlighted among the most impactful in NSW
Two research projects from Western Sydney University have been highlighted in the New South Wales Research Engagement and Impact Showcase publication, launched at NSW Parliament House.
Affordable housing lessons from Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore: 3 keys to getting the policy mix right
Affordable housing is a critical problem for Australia’s biggest housing markets.
Western Sydney University continues to rise in world rankings
Western Sydney University has continued to rise in world rankings after being named one of the world’s top 300 universities in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2019-2020.
More than a kick: sporting statues can enshrine players and also capture pivotal cultural moments
In March this year, photographer Michael Willson captured an image of AFL footballer Tayla Harris kicking for a goal. Last week in Melbourne’s Federation Square a 3.3 meter bronze depiction of Harris’ kick was unveiled.
New ‘Innovation Quarter’ for Westmead
Western Sydney University and Charter Hall have unveiled plans to develop a $350 million health research and commercial precinct in the heart of Westmead, bringing the University’s total investment in Westmead to $700 million.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian avoids a spill but remains in troubled waters
“How good is Gladys Berejiklian?” Prime Minister Scott Morrison asked a jubilant crowd of Liberal supporters. Only as good as her most recent legislative adventure, it would seem.