Events

Upcoming events at Western Sydney University are listed below.

  • Apr 25
    Want a Career Change? First Take This Career Test

    Career change is always overwhelming.

  • Apr 28
    Public Lecture on Citizen Participation in Planning: New Challenges and Opportunities

    This Public Lecture includes talks by some of Australia's leading urban planning scholars

  • May 2
    Symposium: Acculturation and Adaptation of Ethnocultural Youth: International Perspectives

    How can we understand immigrants' orientations with respect to their cultures of origin and their societies of settlement?

  • May 2
    MARCS Colloquium

    The MARCS Institute will host 'The Conversations', NSW commissioning editor, Sunanda Creagh.

  • May 3
    HDR workshop with John Berry

    World renowned social psychologist John Berry will be leading a HDR workshop on 3 May at Bankstown campus.

  • May 3
    The 2016 US Presidential Election: A View from the Inside

    An insider's edge in understanding the 2016 US elections.

  • May 4
    Grant Writing Workshops

    Grant Writing Workshops for Academic Staff

  • May 6
    Western Sydney University Sculpture Award and Exhibition

    Outdoor biennial sculpture exhibition in the grounds of Campbelltown Campus.

  • May 6
    ICS Seminar Series

    Why We Post: the Anthropology of Social Media

  • May 9
    SCEM Seminar: Optimal Control Computation for Optimal Control Problems Governed by Nonlinear Switched Systems

    A seminar presented by Professor Kok Lay Teo, John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Curtin University.

  • May 10
    Fulbright Roadshow New South Wales

    The Australian-American Fulbright Commission are hosting the Fulbright Roadshow to provide information on the Fulbright Scholarships.

  • May 10
    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sports Coaching Forum

    This forum explores factors that have influenced sport participation and sport-coaching roles for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

  • May 11
    Research Data Management Techniques - eResearch Course

    2-hour workshop for researchers who want to know how research data management can support project success.

  • May 11
    Manage Exam Worry Workshop

    Master your exam nerves and learn to work at your peak performance.

  • May 13
    Symposium: New Social Media and Digital Research Methods

    A strategic and practical guide to using social media, and digital research methods in a workshop format.

  • May 16
    Sydney Writers Festival

    Festival of events talking writing and books.

  • May 16
    SSAF due

    Your Student Services and Amenities Fess is due

  • May 18
    2016 Post-Budget Address at the Whitlam Institute

    The Hon Tanya Plibersek offers the Opposition’s perspective on the substantive issues of policy in her response to the Government's 2016 Budget.

  • May 31
    Paraphrasing Referencing Workshop

    Free 4 hour Paraphrasing and Referencing Workshop to improve your academic literacy skills.

  • May 31
    Whitlam Institute Public Conversation: Economics Imperialism

    Do you sometimes wonder if the economy is the ‘foundation of everything’ in public discourse?

  • Jun 1
    Grammar Workshop

    Free Grammar workshop to improve your literacy skills

  • Jun 1
  • Jun 2
    Free Grammar Workshop

    4 hour grammar workshop to help improve your academic literacy skills.

  • Jun 3
    Paraphrasing & Referencing Workshop

    Free 4 hour Paraphrasing and Referencing Workshop

  • Jun 6
    Grammar Workshops

    Free Grammar Workshops are available to help improve your academic literacy skills

  • Jun 27
    Australian Ally Conference

    This 2-day conference will bring together the Ally movement from across Australia

  • Jun 27
    Living Digital Data

    Digital Humanities Research Group and amp; ICS Digital Life Research Program seminar with Prof Deborah Lupton

  • Jul 5
    Research Expo

    The aim of the expo is to showcase the services and support the Research Division offer to Researchers.

  • Aug 22
    2nd International Conference on Prostate Cancer and Therapeutics

    Prostate Cancer 2016 aims to aggregate researchers, academicians and scientists from the Prostate Cancer community.

  • Oct 24
    Research Week

    Research Week celebrates research at Western Sydney University and is an opportunity for staff, students and the community to see the exciting research.

  • Oct 25
    Research Impact Competition

    The Research Impact Competition is a new initiative to celebrate research undertaken across Western Sydney University. It is part of the broader Unive

  • Dec 6
    University Awards

    Presentation of the University Awards