Feb 24Research Volunteers Needed
Looking for persons with TENNIS ELBOW to participate in research.
Apr 17School of Social Sciences and Psychology
Dear Colleaugues & Friends. As you know the School of Social Sciences and Psychology has established a presence on the Parramatta South campus and commenced classes for Social Work and Social Science students in Autumn 2014. We would like to invite you to "warm" the new space for afternnon tea including ambient live music. This will immediately follow the graduation ceremony in the auditorium next door. Kevin Dunn, Dean.
Apr 17The School of Social Sciences and Psychology Parramatta Launch
Celebrate the School expanding to Parramatta Campus.
Apr 30Dr Albert Ceccon
"Dynamics of an intracellular fatty acid carrier bound to membrane mimetics" - Dr Albert Ceccon
May 2Writing & Society Research Centre seminar
Joseph Hughes (U Melb) on ‘The Scenic Law: Desire and Form in Henry James’
News All News
9th April 2014
The UWS Board of Trustees has given in-principle agreement for the University to develop a new flagship multi-storey campus in the heart of the Parramatta central business district...(read more)
7th April 2014
A new website to help under represented communities access University and TAFE has been launched...(read more)
31st March 2014
People with tennis elbow are needed for a study into how our brains contribute to persistent muscle pain...(read more)
26th March 2014
Research has found the Federal Government’s plan to unwind parts of the Racial Discrimination Act does not have majority public support...(read more)
24th March 2014
Whereas ethnographers once travelled to remote societies to document the alien existences of cultures, now communities record their diverse lives themselves...(read more)
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