In the Media

UWA quartet designs plan for Mirrabooka technology hub

Published online in the Stirling Times on 28 November 2017. Read about the Tech Hub, designed by students of the Wicked Problems unit.

28 November, 2017

Yin & Yang - Felicity Zempilas & Felicity Negus

Published in The West Weekend Magazine, September 4 2017. Read more about McCusker Centre for Citizenship intern Felicity Negus and her supervisor, Magistrate of WA's Start Court, Felicity Zempilas.

4 September, 2017

Communities get healthy living lift

Published in Mid-West Times on pg 37 in the 18 July edition. Read how Tonya Jack visited the Mid West towns of Morawa, Yalgoo and Mt Magnet to run sport programs and deliver positive health messages to children.

18 July, 2017

Global poverty fight

Published in the Canning Times, July 4 2017.

4 July, 2017

Winthrop UWA student on a mission to make a difference

Published in the Melville Times, June 29 2017. Read the full article here.

29 June, 2017

Pre-Primary a Must for Children

An Armadale primary school employee said many parents did not recognise the importance of sending their pre-primary age children to school regularly. Published in The Examiner, 12th June 2017.

12 June, 2017

Marangaroo student volunteers with Red Cross

Published on the Wanneroo Community Times, June 9th 2017. Read the full article here.

9 June, 2017

UWA medical student receives McCusker Centre for Citizenship internship

Published on the Western Suburbs Weekly, 6 June 2017.

6 June, 2017

Kensington resident smashing stereotypes about young people

Ahehlia Ebert is encouraging young people to break through the stereotypes that depict them as lazy. Published in the Southern Gazette, 4 April 2017.

4 April, 2017

Waterford UWA student not shy of activism after NYC stint

Waterford resident Maya Shah is not shying away from becoming a social activist. Published in the Southern Gazette, 23 February 2017.

23 February, 2017