News Centre archive
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Leadership starts with the ability to articulate a vision, but what happens next?
Bombarded with repetitious and empty slogans it’s no wonder that many people simply switch off, or turn to other political candidates whose ability to ‘cut through’ is divorced from a cohesive and productive policy platform.
Kids to adults: Get off your phones and see what really matters
The "What Matters?" Competition, run by the Whitlam Institute, asks children to put their thoughts into words and write about what matters to them.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Barney Glover to lead MAAS Trust
Vice-Chancellor of Western Sydney University, Professor Barney Glover, has been appointed President of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Trust.
How a little mathematics can help create some beautiful music
Since the time of Pythagoras around 500 BCE, music and mathematics have had an intimate and mutually supportive relationship.
Westmead health precinct to power new knowledge jobs
Westmead will become Western Sydney’s economic powerhouse with a cluster of up to 50,000 knowledge jobs in the next two decades, according to a report commissioned by the Westmead Alliance.
Literary accolades for Giramondo Publishing authors
Fiona Wright has been awarded the highly prestigious $30,000 Kibble Literary Award for Women’s Life Writing for her book, Small Acts of Disappearance, published by Giramondo at Western Sydney University.