News Centre archive
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Western academics elected as Australian Academy of Humanities Fellows
The Australian Academy of the Humanities is an advocacy and advisory organisation which provides independent advice to governments, industry, the media and the public.
New Colombo Plan scholarship awards announced
Second year Bachelor of Natural Science (Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security) student Justin Whittle has been named the New Colombo Plan 2016 Thailand Fellow.
China student trip furthers cultural and business exchanges
30 Western Sydney University students are travelling to Fujian province in China to develop relationships and an appreciation for Chinese culture and business practices.
Western Sydney University Law undergraduate named Student of the Year
Western Sydney University student Taylor MacDonald has been named the Lawyers Weekly Student of the Year at a special gala event at Melbourne.
Chinese herbs may be key to unlocking dementia
Over 200 Australians with dementia will soon be joining one of the nation’s largest clinical trials for a Chinese herbal medicine which, in pilot studies, has been shown to be an effective treatment improving learning and memory.
Report finds Sydney Muslims positive despite facing high rates of racism
A new report has found Muslims in Sydney face high rates of racism, but the vast majority list relations with non-Muslims as positive, and believe education and employment are more important than international affairs.