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 June 2017
Friday 09
15:00 - EVENT - Blakers Mathematics Competition is now open : Closes Fri 4 Aug 2017 4:00pm Undergraduate Mathematics Competition More Information
EVENT: Blakers Mathematics Competition

The 2017 Blakers Mathematics Competition is now open.

Eligible candidates are all undergraduates in first, second and third years at a WA university.

Entries must be received by Friday, 4 August 2017. They may be mailed or (...)
Monday 12
15:00 - SEMINAR - Let There Be Light: The Observational Quest for the First Galaxies : A seminar by Prof. Richard Ellis (European Southern Observatory/University College London) as part of the de Laeter colloquium series (joint ICRAR/CASS event) Website | More Information
The first billion years after the Big Bang represent the final observational frontier in assembling a coherent picture of cosmic history. During this period early stars and galaxies formed and the Universe became bathed in ultraviolet light. Hydrogen in the intergalactic medium also transitioned (...)

17:15 - FREE LECTURE - Public Panel Discussion - Sustainable Oceans and Security: Global Perspectives on the Indian Ocean Rim : Public Panel Discussion Website | More Information
The Perth USAsia Centre, the UWA Oceans Institute and the School of Biological Sciences invite you to join us for a panel discussion on the sustainability of the Indian Ocean and the future prosperity and peace of the Indian Ocean Rim nations. The Indian Ocean contains biodiversity and resources (...)
Tuesday 13
13:00 - PRESENTATION - Talking Allowed: Culture Jamming the Perth Modern School Relocation Proposal : This presentation examines a new way for law and visualization to intersect Website | More Information
Culture Jamming is defined as a movement that mixes politics with graffiti, and satire with paint. Said by some to scramble “... the signal, injects the unexpected, and spurs audiences to think critically and challenge the status quo”, this presentation examines a new way for law and visualization (...)

19:00 - TALK - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : “Missionaries, Adventurers, Laborer’s and Intellectuals”: Italians in WA before mass migration More Information
About the talk

Australia has received large numbers of migrants from the two great diasporas of modern times: Italians and Chinese. The latest census shows that the most widely spoken languages in Australia, after English, are Chinese and Italian. However while we are all aware of the (...)
Saturday 17
10:00 - EVENT - UT Presents: 'The Wind in the Willows' : A charming, classic tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation Website | More Information
This is a charming, classic tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation - starring Shaka Cook (Jasper Jones). Kenneth Grahame’s rollicking tale of four woodland creatures is one of the true enduring classics of children’s literature and writer/director team Maxine Mellor and (...)
Sunday 18
10:00 - EVENT - Feeding the Future event : Students, staff and community are invited to see some of UWA's pioneering work and find out about careers of the future. Website | More Information
Our world-leading researchers tackle global, regional and local issues. One example is advancing research to feed the world. Despite the significant progress made over the last two decades, more than one billion people around the world still go hungry every day. UWA will host Feeding the Future to (...)
Tuesday 20
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - 'Sense and Sensibility' and Jane Austen's lexicon of emotions Website | More Information
A public lecture by Robert White, English and Cultural Studies, The University of Western Australia

Jane Austen's 'Sense and Sensibility' reflects different attitudes to reason and emotion running through the century preceding its publication in 1811. The eighteenth century is sometimes (...)
Wednesday 21
9:30 - Masterclass - Earthquakes - How predictable are they? : A masterclass with Margaret Boettcher, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of New Hampshire. Website | More Information
While earthquake predictability is poorly understood, some faults have more regular seismicity than others. Earthquakes on oceanic transform faults exhibit many of the most systematic and predictable behaviors known in seismology and therefore provide a window into earthquake forecasting on (...)

9:30 - STAFF EVENT - WAND Small Grants Scheme Celebration and Dissemination Event Website | More Information
The West Australian Network for Dissemination (WAND) warmly invites you to a dissemination event to celebrate the completion of projects funded by the 2016 WAND Small Grants Scheme.

TIMETABLE:

9:15am: Coffee on arrival

9:30am to 11:00am: Presentations by Curtin, ECU (...)
Thursday 22
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Mining-Induced Seismicity: the importance of tiny (and not so tiny) earthquakes Website | More Information
A public lecture by Margaret Boettcher, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of New Hampshire.

Mining-induced seismicity poses significant risks to local communities and to resource production. Yet, these earthquakes also provide the unique scientific opportunity to access (...)
Saturday 24
11:00 - EVENT - Wine Show by the Bay : Wine Fair at the University Club of Western Australia Website | More Information
$20.00 entry includes a complimentary monogrammed tasting glass.

With over 40 tasting booths and in excess of 200 wines available to sample, the 2017 Wine Show by the Bay will have something for everyone. Bring your friends for a day filled with fabulous wines, informative masterclasses (...)
Sunday 25
14:00 - SCREENING - Friends of the Grounds Annual Winter Film Afternoon : Biddulph Grange. Featuring Paul Copley (from Downton Abbey) as he walks us around these fascinating gardens, talking with the head gardeners. Website | More Information
A delicious afternoon tea will be served following the Film.

Cost: Friends $10, Guests $15 RSVP: online at http://bit.ly/2rXWmMU

About the film 'Buddulph Grange':

This extraordinary garden was started in 1842, the passion of its owner, James Bateman. Created in the (...)
Tuesday 27
17:30 - LECTURE - Foreign affairs as a water-cooler conversation - the challenge awaiting us Website | More Information
The AIIA WA in partnership with the Centre for Muslim States and Societies is proud to host a Fellow's Lecture by well-known ABC presenter Geraldine Doogue titled Foreign Affairs as a water-cooler conversation – the challenge awaiting us.

Geraldine is a West Australian with a long and (...)
Wednesday 28
9:30 - CONFERENCE - AHHA Mental Health Network Website | More Information
The Mental Health Network has been established to provide opportunities to share information and expertise around mental health initiatives with a focus on primary health care.

We have some great speakers lined up including: • Senator Rachel Siewert, Australian Greens Senator for Western (...)

16:00 - STAFF EVENT - Futures Enthusiasts Meet-Up (FEMU) for June 2017 : Futures Enthusiasts are people who are keen to be a part of the next wave of developments in higher education using technology and concepts to innovate learning and teaching practices. Website | More Information
An opportunity to explore the latest technologies in the Futures Observatory and network with other Futures Enthusiasts!

Come along to the FEMU event for the month of June to hear the latest from Professor Gilly Salmon, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education Innovation) on Education 3.0.
Thursday 29
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Luminex Multiplexing Technology Workshop : Learn about this technology already available at your institute More Information
Do you run ELISAs? Save you samples, save time and money, run a Multiplex assay instead. This technology is well utilised in research areas of obesity, immunology and metabolism. Local multiplex studies conducted in Australia and New Zealand will be described in more detail.
Friday 30
19:00 - FREE LECTURE - UWA School of Music presents Taryn Fiebig : Working with the director and preparing a role Website | More Information
UWA Music & West Australian Opera | Distinguished Artist Series

UWA Graduate and Helpmann Award-winning soprano Taryn Fiebig is one of Australia’s most popular and versatile artists. She returns to Perth to star in the title role of West Australia Opera’s forthcoming production of (...)

 July 2017
Saturday 01
17:00 - EVENT - TEDxUWASalon: ART // ACT (Part 1) : Announcing the inaugural TEDxUWASalon! Website | More Information
** Presenting the inaugural TEDxUWASalon Series, ART // ACT **

We invite you to explore the concept of "artistic activism". Join the global discussion on the power of spreading ideas through the visual and the verbal. Discover how local change-makers are taking a stand on (...)
Monday 03
13:00 - STAFF EVENT - Mind the Gap: Advancing Digital Equity in Higher Education : Presentation Website | More Information
Interested in learning about the concept of Digital Equity in Higher Education? Now is your chance!

Flipped and blended classrooms, distance and mobile learning, and Open Educational Resources offer fantastic opportunities to advance our learning and teaching - but they are all dependent (...)


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