News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
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‘Growth’ of community housing may be an illusion. The cost-shifting isn’t
Southern Cross Housing, a non-profit community housing provider, took over management of just under 1,000 public housing dwellings on the New South Wales South Coast last October.
Gap year and millennials: New research investigates the long-term effects of overseas experiences on young Australians
A new research project explores the reasons for high levels of international mobility among young Australians and the challenges and experiences that they encounter.
Western Sydney University research unlocks superbubble mysteries
Professor Miroslav Filipovic from the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, alongside an international team of researchers, could help solve one of the most pondered questions of Space: the makeup of cosmic rays.
Western graduates top NSW in national employer satisfaction survey
Western Sydney University graduates have been ranked first in the state and second nationally for overall employer satisfaction, according to the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching Employer Satisfaction Survey.
Smart tech puts remote screening of sheep reproduction and welfare in reach
Western Sydney University researchers and the Stress Lab team are leading a world-first study that will trial the application of smart technology to monitor epigenetic changes in Merino sheep reproduction.
Real-time tools to predict flying-fox die-offs from January’s heatwave
To aid wildlife carers, land managers and public health officials, researchers from Western Sydney University’s Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment and others, have developed a Flying Fox Heat-Stress Forecaster.