News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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Access to land is a barrier to simpler, sustainable living. Public housing could offer a way forward
Many of us do not need to hear any more warnings from the IPCC, David Attenborough or climate activists like Greta Thunberg.
Western Sydney University researchers shine in three-minute research challenge
Three minutes is enough time to make a cup of tea and listen to an average pop song – it was also enough time for 13 of Western Sydney University’s best and brightest researchers to present their work at this year’s Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT).
Faecal transplants new tool in koala conservation
New research has found faecal transplants can safeguard the future of koalas and help them adapt to new food sources, leading to a potential solution for relocating koalas between populations
The Melbourne archbishop said he’d rather go to jail than break confession confidentiality. A new bill could send him there
Yesterday, Victorian Parliament finally debated a bill on whether religious ministers should be forced to disclose child abuse admitted in confidence to a priest.
Award-winning architect joins Western Sydney University architecture program
Esteemed former NSW Government Architect, Peter Poulet has been appointed as Professor of Practice Architecture of Built Environment – a key position within the region’s newest and most innovative architecture program.
Nominate an extraordinary woman for Women of the West Awards
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2020 Women of the West Awards are now open.