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Displaying from Tuesday, October 27, 2015
 October 2015
Tuesday 27
13:00 - EVENT - Psychology Colloquium: Prof Anne Castles (Macquarie): Putting the learning into orthographic learning More Information
Presenter: Prof Anne Castles (Macquarie)

Anne Castles is Distinguised Professor of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University, and Deputy Director and Leader of the Reading Program of the ARC Centre of Excellence in cognition and its Disorders. Her research focuses on variability within (...)

13:00 - EVENT - DFAT Graduate Program Presentation : DFAT is running an information session for UWA students interested in their graduate program. Website | More Information
Are you a good communicator, strategic thinker, flexible, adaptable, resourceful and like solving problems. Perhaps a career at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade could be your next step. The session is intended to introduce the Graduate Programs and provide tips on the application process (...)

16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Archaeology Department Lecture on new research in Java Website | More Information
Free public lecture organised by the archaeology department of UWA by Christine Hertler whose talk is entitled

A trip to the islands. Early migrations to the Sunda Shelf and the palaeoenvironment of Homo erectus in Java

For the full abstract and flyer for this talk please (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Archaeology Public Lecture on Palaeoanthropology in China Website | More Information
Free public lecture organised by the archaeology department of UWA, presented by Robin Dennell and entitled

No Longer Marginal. 10 reasons why China is important in palaeoanthropology

For the full abstract and flyer for this event please visit the URL provided below.

19:30 - CONCERT - Voice and Special Events : Music for Winds, Brass and Voice Website | More Information
A concert for the serious music lover, see the combined voices of the UWA Symphonic Chorus, UWA Vocal Consort and St Mary's Cathedral Choir alongside the UWA Wind Orchestra exploring music from the Renaissance to the present day.

Tickets Standard $25 Concession $20 Bookings TryBooking try (...)

19:30 - EVENT - Music for Winds, Brass and Voice : The School of Music is proud to present this outstanding performance for the serious music lover. Website | More Information
A concert for the serious music lover, see the combined voices of the UWA Symphonic Chorus, UWA Vocal Consort and St Mary's Cathedral Choir alongside the UWA Wind Orchestra exploring music from the Renaissance to the present day.

Tickets Standard $25 Concession $20

Bookings Try (...)
Wednesday 28
14:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Archaeology Department Lecture on Acheulean Handaxes Website | More Information
Free public lecture organised by the archaeology department of UWA by John McNabb whose talk is entitled

Symmetry, cognition and the Acheulean of the British Middle Pleistocene

For the full abstract and flyer for this talk please visit the URL provided below.
Thursday 29
13:10 - CONCERT - Lunchtime Concerts : Be transported from the everyday every Thursday in our free lunchtime concert series. Website | More Information
School of Music is proud to present Prize winners. The three finalists from the prestigious VOSE competition will perform.

Tickets: Entry is free, no bookings required.

To browse the full program, please visit music.uwa.edu.au/concerts or call 6488 7836 to obtain a hard copy (...)
Friday 30
14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology Seminar Series : Framing Australianness More Information
Are current shifts towards globalisation impacting Australian identity, and how is Australian-ness being framed in the public sphere? These questions steer this thesis and are considered through a different lens in each of the five articles that constitute its core. While much contemporary research (...)

 November 2015
Wednesday 04
10:45 - COURSE - Studying China and Asia from the Unique Perspective of Taiwan : Opportunity for UWA undergraduate students to study abroad Website | More Information
This overseas semester based study program sends students to study the English-taught subjects in the Program of International Affairs and Diplomacy at the International College of Ming Chuan University, one of the most internationalized universities in Taiwan (or Republic of China). All units are (...)

18:00 - EVENT - Shipwrecks of the Roaring Forties Website | More Information
A public lecture by Corioli Souter, Curator, Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum and Adjunct Lecturer in Archaeology, The University of Western Australia.

Shipwrecks of the Roaring Forties is an Australia Research Council (ARC) funded project that is making a (...)
Thursday 05
16:00 - TALK - Archaeology Seminar : Why Do Universities Distrust Field Researchers? Indigenous Knowledge and Research Encounters More Information
The Rethinking Indigeneity project has been running for 22 years amongst the indigenous people of southern Africa's Kalahari. This 7-phase project has examined the nature of research encounters and how indigeneity is constructed through these encounters. This project has recognised some research (...)
Friday 06
13:00 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar Series : Implementation and Evaluation of a text based Korean language course for intermediate and high-intermediate university students More Information
Teaching Korean language to intermediate and high-intermediate university students presents several challenges. Among these, language material and learner autonomy are among those aspects more in need of a solution. Firstly, classroom material should be not only of interest to students, but at the (...)

14:00 - SEMINAR - ANTHROPOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES : Presentation of the film "Koriam's Law - and the dead who govern" and ensuing discussion More Information
Koriam's Law - and the dead who govern is a 2005 co-production of the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies film unit, Australian National University, Canberra and Arcadia Pictures, New York. Directed and produced by Gary Kildea and Andrea Simon working in association with the anthropologist (...)
Thursday 12
18:15 - PUBLIC TALK - *Sold Out* The Spice of Faith: Jesuits and the Arts and Emotions of 'Accommodation' Website | More Information
A public lecture by Professor Yasmin Haskell, Cassamarca Foundation Chair of Latin Humanism, The University of Western Australia.

To what extent did early modern Jesuits evince what we might call 'transcultural empathy' for the non-European peoples they encountered in the overseas (...)
Friday 13
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk with Alan Harvey : Ears, brains and music - science or art? Website | More Information
Alan Harvey was educated at the University of Cambridge and Australian National University. He has been at UWA since 1984. His laboratory interests are in brain development, neuro-trauma and neuro-therapy, research primarily focussed on the visual system and spinal cord. He is, however, also (...)
Thursday 19
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Over 50,000 years of Aboriginal occupation in the north-west of Australia More Information
The third field season of the Barrow Island Archaeology Project has now concluded and the international team is now analysing myriad cultural assemblages from cave, rockshelter and open sites. In this presentation Peter Veth presents the chronological framework for the Aboriginal occupation of (...)
Friday 20
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk with Ethan Blue Website | More Information
Ethan Blue is Senior Lecturer in History at The University of Western Australia, where he teaches United States history. His research examines the American past across multiple scales, from the minute struggles of individuals' lives to the global contexts of geopolitical social and economic forces (...)
Monday 23
8:30 - Course - Model Selection in R : This course focuses on model selection techniques for linear and generalised linear regression Website | More Information
This course focuses on model selection techniques for linear and generalised linear regression in two scenarios: when an extensive search of the model space is possible as well as when the dimension is large and either stepwise algorithms or regularization techniques have to be employed to identify (...)
Tuesday 24
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Master of Social Research Methods Information Session Website | More Information
Social research skills are highly sought after in a wide variety of sectors to identify social, organisational and government needs. This course can open up avenues for improving society, developing the wellbeing of communities and working towards solving the world's problems.

Find out (...)


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