News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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Applications are now open for Western Sydney University’s new Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellowship Scheme. The scheme will see an unprecedented $30 million investment in 50 new research-focused fellows over the next five years.
Former NSW Minister for Family and Community Services and former Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Pru Goward has joined the University as Professor of Social Interventions and Policy.
Perhaps the primary reason for the so-called “blowout” in bridging visas, is simply because more legitimate applications for skilled and family migration are now made in Australia and waiting times for visa processing have increased.
This year’s Western Sydney University Thinking Out Loud lecture series will present a timely three-part discussion by Professor Aamir Mufti from the University of California, Los Angeles: Strangers in Europa: Migrants, Terrorists, Refugees.
Western Sydney University's expertise in water management is providing an efficient tool for monitoring scarce groundwater reserves as large parts of India bake in extreme drought and heat.
Today, Western Sydney University’s Solar Car Team has unveiled UNLIMITED 3.0 — the most technologically advanced car the student-led team has produced to-date.