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 August 2013
Friday 23
10:00 - EVENT - UWA Albany Open Day Website | More Information
Come along to discover the range of courses available at UWA Albany. UWA career advisers will be on hand to offer advice on the best course for you point you in the right direction for an exciting and rewarding career. Displays, demonstrations, hands-on activities and campus tour will make this an (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Albany Hour : What is high quality agricultural land More Information

 September 2013
Monday 02
9:00 - CONFERENCE - InterDrought-IV Conference : on key issues and strategies relevant for increasing the yield and stability of crops under drought conditions by genetic and crop management approaches Website | More Information
This conference explores the possibilities of scientific and technological applications to crop improvement and crop management under drought-prone farming, by linking progress made at the molecular level to that at the whole plant and crop levels in the field. The conference will also provide (...)
Friday 13
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Albany Hour : Are we prepared for Avian Influenza? More Information

 October 2013
Tuesday 08
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Origin of species in southwest Australia: global significance Website | More Information
The topic of the origin of species in southwest Australia and its global significance will be the focus of the upcoming UWA Albany public lecture on Tuesday October 8 at the Albany Town Hall. Chaired by the UWA's Professor Steve Hopper, the presentation will summarise the deliberations of an (...)
Sunday 13
9:00 - CONFERENCE - Australian Curriculum Conference : Developing the General Capabilities and the Sustainability Priority Website | More Information
The conference is an initiative of local schools and UWA to provide professional support for staff in the education sector.
Friday 18
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Albany Hour : Beef benchmarking results More Information
Wednesday 23
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Albany Hour : Learning about Foot and Mouth in Nepal More Information

 November 2013
Sunday 17
14:00 - EVENT - Friends of UWA Albany Philosophy Cafe : Aging and Being an Elder in Society Website | More Information
Is aging different now in Australia, and does this matter? What are the appropriate roles of elders in today’s society? How do we balance elders’ rights and responsibilities? What can we do to make aging and being an elder more worthwhile?

These are some of the questions that will be (...)
Tuesday 19
17:30 - TALK - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Back from the Brink Website | More Information
For more than two decades, Glenn Mitchell lived a life that many envied. As a sports commentator for the ABC, and married to fellow broadcaster, Karen Tighe, he travelled the world covering elite level sport. During his tenure with the national broadcaster he commentated on four Olympic, four (...)
Monday 25
9:00 - COURSE - Clinical Epidemiology : Summer School - 5 day intensive unit Website | More Information
Clinical Epidemiology focuses on the application of epidemiologic research principles to questions relating to clinical diagnosis, prognosis and the efficacy of therapeutic interventions.

Unit outline

This five-day unit considers:

- design, conduct and analysis (...)

 December 2013
Monday 09
8:30 - EVENT - Introductory Analysis of Linked Health Data : Summer School - 5 day intensive unit Website | More Information
This is an intensive five-day unit on the theory and practice of analysis of large sets of linked administrative health data at an introductory to intermediate level.

Rapid growth in data linkage projects has led to a shortfall in analyst skills. Some researchers understand (...)

 February 2014
Wednesday 26
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Radical Insights on how Trees Grossly Influence Soils and Partner Vegetation Website | More Information
Deep-rooted eucalyptus, tree and shrub members of the Banksia family engage in mining deeply located minerals elements and construct therefrom “pavements” of clay, ferricrete, humicrete or calcium carbonate in upper regions of their respective rooting profiles. Presence of such layers optimizes (...)

 March 2014
Wednesday 12
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Living up to our Promise Website | More Information
Field stations, marine laboratories, and research centers in protected areas comprise much of the ecosystem diversity in the US and as such, serve as centres of scientific discovery, mentoring, intellectual curiosity, and serendipitous communities of scholars. The University of California Natural (...)

 May 2014
Tuesday 06
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Music, Superfood for the Soul? Website | More Information
Dr Lourens D.Mus, FRSA, will present on all the research about music in our daily lives.

Dr. Alan Lourens directs the Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Brass Ensemble, as well as teaching conducting, pedagogy and courses in music education. Dr. Lourens holds a Doctorate in Conducting and (...)
Saturday 24
12:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : World Fish Migration Day: Connecting Fish, Rivers and People Website | More Information
Many of Australia's freshwater fish undertake migrations upstream and downstream in rivers at various times during their life. Adult fish may migrate for reproduction and juveniles often undertake migrations from nursery areas to their adult habitats. In some species, eggs and larvae undertake (...)

 June 2014
Monday 02
14:00 - EVENT - Friends of UWA Heritage Walk : Walking through the past - a guided walk down York St and beyond Website | More Information
Join local historian and WA Museum Public Programs Officer Malcolm Traill as he delves into the stories and history behind some of Albany’s most iconic buildings. Commencing at the Albany Town Hall, we will meet some of the characters that made Albany famous. This leisurely stroll down York St will (...)
Thursday 19
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Beyond Gondwana: evolution and conservation of the fauna of south-western Australia Website | More Information
South-western Australia is a “biodiversity hot spot” but that description has a formal basis defined internationally only by plant species richness, and, threat. Animal diversity in south-western Australia is comparatively less well known: many of us know about unique species, e.g. quokkas, or (...)
Thursday 26
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Albany Public Lecture : Choral Education: A Lecture-Demonstration with The Winthrop Singers on Developing the Skills with which to Perform Website | More Information
Nicholas Bannan will illustrate the role that choral music plays in the education of students at the University of Western Australia, focusing on the development of skills required to perform the service of Evensong weekly at St George's College. He will explore with the choir the issues that have (...)

 July 2014
Tuesday 29
17:30 - EVENT - UWA Albany Public Lecture : The Western Australian Flora - Retrospect and Prospect Website | More Information
Prof. Hopper will consider the evolutionary history and conservation prospects of the State's flora, with special focus on the globally renowned Southwest Australian Floristic Region, one of the world's 25 biodiversity Hotspots. This rich flora on old landscape is threatened due to European land-use (...)

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