News Centre archive - 2019
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2019.
Browse the archive below, or select an alternate year from the left column navigation.
Curious Kids: why does wood crackle in a fire? If you’ve ever put wet wood on to a fire, you may have noticed it makes a lot more noise than dry wood.
New agreements that are set to strengthen higher degree research opportunities and student exchange between India and Australia.
Diversity & Urban Growth: Western Sydney University Welcomes The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) to Parramatta
From 25-28 November, the University will host over 300 delegates from across Australia and the wider world for the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA). This conference is one of the highlights of Australian Sociology’s calendar.
The Shed Mount Druitt together with Western Sydney University Men's Health Information and Resource Centre have today launched a collection of interviews with the people, staff and supporters behind the organisation.
Every summer in Australia, bushfires, cyclones and floods threaten lives & properties. Preparing for these emergencies includes creating an emergency kit that contains everything you & your baby will need if essential services are disrupted or you need to evacuate.
Most of us will never see a platypus or a lyrebird in the wild, but it’s likely we’ve encountered them on television. Our new research looks at the vital role early ABC television played in making Australian animals accessible to audiences.