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Date: 16 Dec 2011
The National Institute of Complementary Medicine (NICM) has announced at an event held in Sydney today that it has received $2.9 million in funding from philanthropic and industry supporters.
Date: 15 Dec 2011
It's tough to make a career out of creativity. Getting your break in creative industries takes talent. Staying there takes business skills and an entrepreneurial spirit, which was largely left to chance until UWSCollege introduced an innovative program to give creative minds the business savvy to reach their full career potential.
Date: 14 Dec 2011
Greater Western Sydney Giants Head Coach Kevin Sheedy will join the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Western Sydney, Professor Janice Reid, to make an announcement about a unique partnership between UWS and the Giants - the AFL's newest club.
Date: 14 Dec 2011
The National Institute of Complementary Medicine (NICM) will be announcing major new funding support and an overview of national priorities on Friday December 16 at 10.30am.
Date: 14 Dec 2011
Five Sydney-based universities are set to work together to increase the numbers of students from low socio-economic backgrounds in higher education, with the announcement of $21.2 million in Federal Government funding over four years for the Bridges to Higher Education project.
Date: 14 Dec 2011
The University of Western Sydney invites prospective students to attend Course Decision Day at the UWS Parramatta Campus, from 4pm-8pm on Tuesday 3 January 2012.
Date: 14 Dec 2011
The Greater Western Sydney GIANTS and the University of Western Sydney have announced details of an exciting and unique partnership.
Date: 12 Dec 2011
When Gough Whitlam first entered parliament in 1952 as the MP for the south-western Sydney seat of Werriwa, there was not a single high school in his electorate. Despite the summer heat there were few public swimming pools, and significantly, much of Western Sydney (west of Woodville Road) was not connected to the sewer. The concept of a University in the West was repeatedly shelved in order to cater for booming populations closer to the east. University participation rates in the western suburbs were the lowest in the country, limiting generations of people from many of the benefits most Australians took for granted.
Date: 09 Dec 2011
Researchers from the University of Western Sydney will venture into Sydney's most popular nightspots to measure levels of drinking and observe the behaviours of the patrons of night-time entertainments districts.
Date: 09 Dec 2011
The University of Western Sydney has welcomed a multi-million boost from the Federal Government to significantly expand its flagship UWSCollege model of higher education and to establish a new tertiary education facility in Lithgow - the first in the region.