News Centre archive - 2019

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Creative arts therapies can help people with dementia socialise and express their grief

Under the guidance of a trained therapist, creative arts therapies use painting, drama, dance and music to help improve quality of life for people with dementia.

Western Sydney University students lead the way in the creation of smart cities

Designed and delivered through a partnership with global leadership organisation Common Purpose, this is the first time the innovative leadership program has come to western Sydney.

Political reckoning and personal history unite in The Lost Arabs

Western Sydney University's doctoral student and poet Omar Sakr launches his second collection of poetry, The Lost Arabs.

Fishing line waste

Western researchers tackle fishing line waste in the Hawkesbury

The Wetlands Working Group, a collaboration between stakeholders including Western Sydney University and Hawkesbury City Council, has installed fishing line bins as part of a new trial to reduce waste.

Catherine McAuley High School students

Western Sydney University supports high school students to defy limitations

Catherine McAuley High School students have held the No Limitations Festival to promote cultural diversity after participating in a 2018 Youth Leadership Masterclass with Western Sydney University’s program for high-achievers, The Academy.

Western Sydney University champions research into multilingual classrooms

Pioneering research into multilingualism in western Sydney classrooms suggests that actively involving teachers and students improves confidence and enhances learning outcomes.


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