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Western students awarded five fellowships with London Symphonia

Five Don Wright Faculty of Music students have been selected as the inaugural fellows of the London Symphonia Fellowship program, a new initiative funded by Western’s Strategic Priorities Fund.

UWA medical student aiming for Everest records

A final year medical student from The University of Western Australia is setting out to break multiple mountaineering records when she climbs Mount Everest next month.

Three McGill Professors Receive Royal Society of Canada Medals

Three McGill researchers have been honoured with prestigious medals from the Royal Society of Canada (RSC).

Agree to disagree: UOW students compete in world debating championships

Learning how to argue is a skill that seems to have been lost in the 21st century, as healthy debate has given way to one-sided shouting and social media cancellation.

Swimmer set to dive into Western with $100K Schulich Leaders award

Whether he’s in the classroom, in the pool or running his small business, “I like to be at the top of the leaderboard,” he said. “I like to win.”

Brewing student quenches thirst for crafting own beer

A Lincoln student is getting a refreshing taste of the brewer’s lifestyle, having produced, marketed and sold his first craft beer as part of a new qualification that kicked off in 2022.

Leaders of the future give back to Waikato community

Twenty migrant and refugee families settling in Hamilton have been gifted bikes as part of a Leadership programme run by the University of Waikato’s Management School.

University design student collaborates with global creative group

A bright blue avatar created by a University of Waikato design student is on show across New Zealand as part of the University’s A Trimester 2023 campaign.

Chemistry students’ discovery could help treat Alzheimer’s

Four chemistry students from the University of St Andrews have helped to discover a class of molecules that can help accelerate DNA repair which could help in the treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

UWA engineering students take STEM message to the Pilbara

Hannah Bygrave was a year 12 student at Karratha Senior High School when she took part in a workshop held by The University of Western Australia outreach programs Aspire UWA and Girls in Engineering last year.
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