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 January 2010
Monday 25
16:30 - STUDENT EVENT - New Students Talks : Information evening where student advisors will talk about studying degrees in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences More Information
Student Advisors will give 3 repeated information talks at 4.30pm, 5.15pm and 6pm on studying for an Arts Degree. There will also be discipline booths and both academic and student office staff available to answer questions.
Thursday 28
9:15 - SYMPOSIUM - The Modern Medieval : What does the middle ages mean to the modern world and how do we make that meaning? Website | More Information
What do Australian parliamentary ritual, heritage tourism, fantasy fiction and cinema, and modernist poetry have in common? Answer: the middle ages. The relation of contemporary culture to the medieval period keeps transforming itself at every level from the popular to the highbrow, with (...)

 February 2010
Tuesday 16
10:00 - WORKSHOP - Writing a Research Grant Application : Learn some strategies for writing a winning research grant. More Information
'Grantsmanship' can make a difference! Come along and further develop your grant writing skills to improve your chances of winning research funding! This workshop, prepared in consultation with UWA researchers who have been successful in obtaining peer-reviewed funding and who have served on (...)
Thursday 18
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Ancient Semitic Goddesses and Modern Feminist Scholarship Website | More Information
This lecture will critically explore the contributions that feminist scholarship has made to our understanding of female deities in the ancient Semitic world.

Topics to be discussed will include the notion of a prototypical mother/fertility goddess, the practice of sacred prostitution (...)

 March 2010
Tuesday 02
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music International Research Seminar Series : Australian Brass Quintet - Masterclass More Information
This session offers a special opportunity to hear expert practitioners reflect on playing a range of repertoire. The Australian Brass Quintet (ABQ) is comprised of some of Australia’s foremost brass musicians. Its members have been performing together in various ensembles for over fifteen years (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Business School Public Lecture : "An International Career: Developing a Global Perspective" - presented by Joel Cohen, United Nations, New York More Information
Joel Cohen currently serves in the United Nations as the Executive Officer for the Department of Peacekeeping Operations and Department of Field Operations based in New York. He recently returned from 18 months in Dili where he served as the Chief of Administrative Services in the UN Integrated (...)
Thursday 04
13:00 - EXPO - The Big Meet : Meet Australia's leading organisations to talk about your future! Website | More Information
INVITATION TO THE 2010 BIG MEET CAREERS FAIR

Good news. As the world recovers from the global financial crisis, many employers are looking to hire people like you.

You are invited to join over 80 of Australia's leading organisations at Perth's most important careers event - (...)
Tuesday 09
13:00 - TALK - Careers Centre - Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) : Employer Recruitment Talk - Find out more about opportunities at DFAT Website | More Information
In a demanding international environment DFAT needs talented and resourceful graduates to develop and implement policies that advance Australia’s interests, both in Australia and overseas.

Our graduate program allows you to develop and expand your knowledge in a broad range of areas – (...)

17:00 - CANCELLED - FREE LECTURE - CANCELLED: School of Music International Research Seminar Series : ‘Dramatic underpinnings: musical theatre and the works of Peter Stone, 1930-2003’ More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.

Cancelled due to family crisis. Sincere apologies.

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Brian's work at the School of Music began in 2005 when he joined the cataloguing team at the Callaway Centre working on the ARC-funded Preserving (...)
Wednesday 10
13:00 - TALK - Careers Centre - Momentum Partners : Employer Recruitment Talk - Find out more about opportunities at Momentum Partners Website | More Information
Do you want to know what it is like to work in a boutique management consultancy firm? GRADUATE and VACATION WORK available for students in SCIENCE, LAW, COMMUNICATIONS, COMMERCE, MARKETING AND ENGINEERING. Come along and find out more!
Thursday 11
19:00 - SCREENING - The Doctors of Tomorrow : documenting the work of Cuban doctors in East Timor Website | More Information
Cuba gives more medical aid to the Third World than all the wealthy G8 countries combined and has more doctors working abroad than the World Health Organisation.

Today, 300 volunteer Cuban doctors work in East Timor and 1000 East Timorese students have been granted medical scholarships (...)
Monday 15
11:00 - TALK - Careers Centre - Commonwealth Bank of Australia : Employer Recruitment Talk - Find out more about opportunities at CBA Website | More Information
This information session will provide students with the opportunity to find out about the Bank's graduate program including program features and the various opportunities available through our wide range of business units. Students are welcome to ask as many questions as they would like!

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Tuesday 16
13:00 - TALK - Careers Centre - Credit-Suisse Recruitment Presentation : Graduate and Summer Internship opportunities for penultimate and final year students. Website | More Information
Credit Suisse representatives will be on campus on Tuesday 16th March 2010 at 1pm to speak with high achieving penultimate and final year students about graduate and intern opportunities in Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Singapore. The session will take place in Social Sciences Lecture Room 1 (SSL (...)

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music International Research Seminar Series : ‘Sculthorpe's (Mis?)Appropriations of Indigenous Melodies’ More Information
The celebrated Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe has sometimes been criticized for his adaptations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island melodies. But what are the underlying political issues, and what are the ethics of such cross-cultural appropriations? Unlike earlier generations, Indigenous (...)
Wednesday 17
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Samuel Johnson and the Wide Brown Land Website | More Information
An IAS public lecture by John W Byrne, a Governor of Dr Johnson’s House, London and Bibliophile.

In this lecture, John Byrne will discuss the faint but fascinating presence of Johnson and his circle in this continent, from the earliest days of English exploration and settlement on the (...)

19:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The Development (and Re-Development) of Rome in the 16th Century : CMEMS / PMRG Public Lecture Website | More Information
Saturday 20
19:30 - CONCERT - Artistry Concert 1 - Sartory String Quartet : UMS Presents......1st of the Artistry Concert Series Website | More Information
Since their formation in 2003, the exciting young Sartory String Quartet has achieved much recognition both in Australia and overseas. The Quartet features Daniel Kossov and Pascale Whiting on violins, Katherine Corecig on viola and Sophie Walker on cello. The Quartet appears at the annual (...)
Monday 22
12:00 - PRESENTATION - Student Exchange Information Session (University Laval) : Find out about UWA's French Canadian Exchange Partner More Information
The UWA Study Abroad Office would like to invite you to a seminar about Student Exchange & research opportunities at University Laval, Quebec, Canada. Dr. Richard Poulin will be presenting a short information session from 12.00 - 12.45pm on Monday 22nd March in Social Sciences Seminar Room (...)
Tuesday 23
17:00 - EVENT - School of Music International Research Seminar Series : ‘Music Listening and Health Impact’ More Information
Tara French is a graduate research student working with Professor Raymond Macdonald who directs the music and health research unit at Glasgow Caledonian University. Tara’s research explores how people regulate mood and overall wellbeing through their choice of music. In this presentation she will (...)
Wednesday 24
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - World Cities of Sex : Exploration of the sexual economy in cities. More Information
In this presentation, Professor Hubbard will explore the ways in which cities have become hubs in an international sexual economy that is increasingly important as a driver of global economic change. Focusing on the intersections between business travel, sex tourism, prostitution and pornography (...)


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