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WSU scoops three accolades at Blackboard’s teaching and learning conference
Western Sydney University has taken out three industry awards for its efforts to improve learning outcomes, student performance, and knowledge sharing with digital technology platforms.
Star-gazing Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith named the first Women in STEM Ambassador
She’s an award-winning astrophysicist, presenter on ABC’s Stargazing Live, an in-demand public speaker, and now Western's Adjunct Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith has become Australia’s first Women-in-STEM Ambassador.
Meet the new seachangers: now it’s younger Australians moving out of the big cities
No longer pegged as one of the retirement villages of Australia, recent demographic data and interest in Tasmania suggest a change in the air.
Professor Les Bokey: bowel cancer, robotics and automation in health
Professor Les Bokey came to Australia from Alexandria as a refugee in the 1960’s. He is now Foundation Professor of Surgery and Clinical Dean of Western Sydney University.
Honey, I hid the kids: Australia’s screen industry is letting down carers
Women in Australia’s screen industry are finding it difficult to juggle their working lives with their caring roles, according to a study released today.
We need to know more about charities to be sure they are helping their cause, not themselves
The case of Eman Sharobeem, the NSW Australian of the Year finalist who stole almost $800,000 from charitable organisations she ran, highlights major problems with transparency throughout the nonprofit sector.