The University of Western Sydney has made a significant leap in this year's rankings of the world's best 100 universities under the age of 50, moving from 87th to 56th position.
The University of Western Sydney’s excellence in teaching and research has been acknowledged in the 2015 QS World University Rankings by Subject, which evaluated over 3,500 universities.
The Sydney Business Chamber has brought together aviation and planning experts for the first symposium on how Western Sydney’s international airport will work and how it can transform the city.
The UWS Writing and Society Research Centre is pleased to announce two of its Doctor of Creative Arts students have been shortlisted for 2015 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.
Snakes in the laundry and dreary meals of mutton are just some of the memories post-war immigrants have shared in A Place to Call Home? Migrant Hostel Memories.
Research success stories
High-density city living does not guarantee improved environmental outcomes, with new research showing other variables such as belief in human-induced climate change and level of education play a key role.
The world’s largest study of diabetes peer support has shown it can significantly lower blood pressure in patients with Type 2 diabetes and potentially reduce their risk of serious complications.
A show like The Walking Dead helps us think through the challenges we face as a species, and reflect on the critical importance of how to make new economies possible.
A science centre in Western Sydney will be of immense value to science teachers in exposing their students to the latest developments in science and engineering.
Participate in research
A new project to assist people in South West Sydney access services to detect and treat colorectal cancers will be lead by the UWS School of Medicine.
Parents interested in improving our understanding of the way children learn about language and the world are urged to contact the new UWS Babylab at Penrith.