News Centre archive
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Al Gore to headline Institute for Culture and Society EcoCity World Summit
To help make cities resilient in the face of rapid change, a series of international experts including former US Vice-President Al Gore will speak at a special conference co-hosted by Western Sydney University.
The language of success: Western Sydney University student places second in Chinese Language Bridge Competition
Jenny McElroy never thought she would be learning Chinese at University, but after placing second in the annual Chinese Language Bridge competition, she’s glad she did.
Students given greater access to higher education through new online courses
Western Sydney University has today launched five new fully online undergraduate courses in the fields of business and social sciences through online arm – Western Sydney University Online.
Stress test: how scientists can measure how animals are feeling
To help determine how stress is affecting animals across Australia, researchers are utilising non-invasive methods to help farmers, zookeepers and pet owners ensure their animals are happy and healthy.
Medical student to represent Australia at international app-building conference
Alice Leung, a Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery student from Western Sydney University, has been chosen to represent Australia at Elsevier Hacks 2017.
Female scientists named superstars of STEM by federal government
Dr Kate Umbers and Dr Siobhan Schabrun have been named as Superstars of STEM, elevating them to the national stage in a program forging a new generation of role models for young women and girls.