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 August 2012
Sunday 12
10:00 - EVENT - 2012 Open Day : Experience what's on offer at UWA Website | More Information
UWA opens up the whole campus to the public.

Come and find out about the courses on offer, career options, scholarship opportunities, our valuable research, community programs and facilities.

There's also residential college tours, hands-on activities, live music and entertainment, and plenty of fun activities for the whole family.
Tuesday 14
19:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friends of the Library Speaker : Almost a French Australia More Information
French-British Rivalry in the Southern Oceans

Australia was very nearly a nation divided, like Canada, with two languages and cultures, nevertheless Australian history books neglected these early chapters of our nation’s history for almost two centuries.

In a strategic battle with her rival across the English Channel in the 18th and early 19th centuries, France sent numerous scientific and commercial expeditions to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, attempting to solve the mysteries of the legendary Terra Australis Incognita, and hoping to locate suitable ports for commercial ventures below the Equator. However, because of shipwreck or illness, many French captains and officers perished, and could not report their exciting discoveries directly to their King or Emperor. With the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789 and its subsequent mayhem meant that France was not politically or financially stable enough to develop colonies in the southern oceans until the mid 19th century.

Therefore France, despite having claimed the western side of this country, and making many thousands of important scientific discoveries in this region, eventually withdrew from Australia, allowing the British carte blanche to develop this nation and effectively block the French from both Australia and New Zealand.

Noelene Bloomfield, BA (Hons), MA, CertT, Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques, who is currently a Research Fellow in European Languages and Studies at The University of Western Australia, taught French in NSW before lecturing at the University of Oregon in the USA in the 1960s. She then joined the staff of French Studies at The University of Western Australia, from 1968 till 2002.

Noelene has published a textbook entitled Voyage de Découverte and produced a DVD and a CD-ROM on the extensive French exploration in Australian waters. She also created an exhibition entitled A French Australia? Almost!, which was displayed in Australia and overseas, including a French version currently touring in France. Last year Noelene co-authored a book on the first 100 years of the Alliance Française association in Perth, Western Australia. Her forthcoming book, entitled Almost a French Australia: French-British Rivalry in the Southern Oceans, will be released by Halstead Press in September this year.

Free parking is available via Entrance 1, Car Park No.3.

If glass door is unmanned, please enter via spiral staircase to 1st floor, then go down the stairs to the ground floor meeting room.

Refreshments 7:00pm, Presentation at 7:30pm

Member: Free, Non Members $5 donation

 September 2012
Tuesday 11
19:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friends of the Library Speaker : The literary archive in the digital era More Information
Libraries are some of the great tourist destinations of the world. Even in the digital era, people cross the country, cross the world to go to libraries, often to work with or simply read their archival holdings. The long term memory represented by library collections is perhaps more valuable than it has ever been. How are archives, particularly literary archives, changing in the digital era? What does the future of the literary archive look like?

Since 2009 Philip Mead has been Winthrop Professor and inaugural Chair of Australian Literature at the University of Western Australia. In 2009-2010 he was also Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack Visiting Chair of Interdisciplinary Australian Studies, at the Free University, Berlin. Philip has been co-editor of JASAL (Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature) and is on the editorial advisory boards of Australian Literary Studies and the Cultural Studies Review. In 2009 his book Networked Language: History & Culture in Australian Poetry (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2009) was shortlisted for the Association for Australian Literature’s Walter McRae Russell Award, and in 2010 it won the New South Wales Premier’s Prize for Literary Scholarship. In 2011 he co-edited, with Brenton Doecke and Larissa McLean Davies, Teaching Australian Literature: from classroom conversations to national imaginings (AATE/Wakefield). Philip has received and led numerous nationally competitive research grants including the ALTC funded project, ‘Australian Literature Teaching Survey’ (2009) and the ARC Discovery Project grant for 2010-2012, ‘Monumental Shakespeares: an investigation of transcultural commemoration in 20th-century Australia and England.’

Free parking is available via Entrance 1, Car Park No. 3 UWA - Reid Library ground floor meeting room (Enter via glass sliding staff door – ground floor – facing car park)

If glass door is unmanned, please enter via spiral staircase to 1st floor, then go down the stairs to the ground floor meeting room.

Members: Free, Non Members: $5 donation

 October 2012
Tuesday 09
19:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the Library Speaker : Engaging with strangers in a violent era: stories from the Solomon Islands More Information
The late nineteenth century was a time of violence throughout the Solomon Islands and nowhere was this violence more devastating than the Western Solomons. Even as they remember this violent past, however, people of the Western Solomons today also remember war captives who were incorporated into the families and clans of their captors. Stories about particular territories throughout the region inevitably focus on how the original people of the place welcomed strangers from across the sea, making them friends and allies. How do we make sense of this unsettling mix of violence and friendship in stories about the past? And how might this challenge the conventional ways that we Australians see our near neighbours?

 November 2012
Tuesday 13
19:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the Library Speaker : Shakespeare: Anonymous or Synonymous? More Information
“Shakespeare: Anonymous or Synonymous?” is a presentation developed in response to a fairly recent film entitled Anonymous in which the authorship of Shakespeare has been challenged. In the nineteenth century, when very little was known about Shakespeare’s life, a number of theories grew up around the authorship of plays attributed to Shakespeare. So much is now known, however, that to most people familiar with the works there is no doubt: quite simply the plays were by William Shakespeare of Stratford. Rather than seeking to validate Shakespeare as author, which is not difficult, the presentation will be more directed towards the phenomenon of conspiracy theories, with special reference to Shakespeare. More specifically, the following question will be addressed: why do some of the world’s literati, including a number of distinguished Shakespearean actors of today, still subscribe to outmoded theories of alternative authorship in the face of powerful arguments to the contrary?

About the Speaker

Christopher Wortham retired from UWA as Emeritus Professor in 2005 after 30 years in the Department of English and remains active as Senior Honorary Research Fellow. He has published extensively, chiefly on topics concerning medieval and Renaissance poetry and drama. Since 2009 he has held the position of Professor of Theatre Studies and English Literature at the University of Notre Dame Australia in Fremantle. His most recent publications include a co-edited volume of essays entitled This Earthly Stage (2011) and chapter in European Perceptions of Terra Australis (2012), which he also co-edited. He is a former President of the ANZ Association for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and was editor of its journal, Parergon, during formative years of its development. Among other activities, he is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Shakespeare WA.

 March 2013
Tuesday 12
19:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : Summiting Everest More Information
About the Speaker

Margaret Watroba was born in Poland, the youngest of identical twins by 10 mins. As a 12 year old who loved geography and wished to explore other countries and cultures, Margaret discovered she could not realise her dreams in a communist country. It was then that she decided that she would one day live in a free country where the government could never deny her the freedom to travel.

Margaret studied electrical engineering at Poland's prestigious university, AGH in Krakow. She graduated with a Masters degree in Science Electrical Engineering. In 1980 Margaret and her husband fled from communist Poland with their two young daughters. They arrived in Australia in July 1980, with no English, no money and no friends or family. However, with the relief and excitement of having made it to a free country, their positive attitude and hard work saw them both achieve success.

Margaret succeeded in the male dominated engineering profession and is now a principal electrical engineer at Australia's biggest resources company BHP Billiton (Nickel West division). Her passion for sport and travel and her drive and determination to achieve the goals she sets for herself are stronger than ever. She cycles at least 40km every day (and three times that on weekends), runs, swims, participates in fun runs, marathons, cycling time trials and raises money for various charities in the process. She began her mountain climbing adventures a few years ago and has since conquered several mountain peaks of 6000m or more. These include, the Americas' highest peak Aconcagua in the Andes (6962m), she is the first successful female in Australia to summit Manaslu in the Himalayas, the world's eighth highest mountain at 8163m, and technically a more difficult climb than Mt Everest.

In 2011, Margaret conquered her "unfinished business" on Mt Everest. After a gruelling climb in 2010 Margaret missed reaching the summit of Mt Everest by an agonising 50m, due to bad weather forecasts. She returned to Mt Everest in April 2011, and on 12 May she finally made it to the summit despite once again the weather deteriorating and forcing the other members of her team to turn back. In -50 degrees and gale force winds, Margaret stood at the summit of Mt Everest, on top of the world - an achievement which is testament not only to that gruelling climb, but of Margaret's character and personal life journey to date. She is no doubt destined for more adventures, redefining what a person is capable of achieving, no matter what barriers lie ahead.

Through ability and determination Margaret scaled the male dominated engineering profession and the highest mountain on earth. Margaret describes herself as ‘determined, goal oriented and dedicated’ and always states: ‘I/we came to Australia with nothing but I always knew and believed that I can succeed if I put my mind into it‘

 April 2013
Thursday 04
9:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Unisuper Financial Advice : Unisuper Financial Adviser will be on campus at UWA Website | More Information
Book your financial advice appointment on campus at the University of Western Australia with a Unisuper Financial Advisor.Whichever type of advice you choose, your first appointment with UniSuper Advice is complimentary. If you wish to proceed, a fixed quote will be provided at the conclusion of the meeting.Contact Unisuper to make an Appointment
Tuesday 09
18:00 - SCREENING - Pre-release Screening : Free China, the Courage to Believe Website | More Information
“INTENSELY COMPELLING…EXTRAORDINARY.” Karen Curry- Former CNN Bureau Chief New York

The fates of a woman living in Beijing and a man living in New York become inextricably linked because of a common conviction…

The multi-award winning “Free China: The Courage To Believe” tells the story of a mother and former Communist Party member, Jennifer Zeng, who along with more than 70 Million Chinese were practicing a belief that combined Buddhism and Daoism until the Chinese Government outlawed it. The Internet police intercepted an email and Jennifer was imprisoned for her faith. As she endured physical and mental torture, she had to decide: does she stand her ground and languish in jail, or does she recant her belief so she can tell her story to the world and be reunited with her family? A world away, Dr. Charles Lee, a Chinese American businessman, wanted to do his part to stop the persecution by attempting to broadcast uncensored information on state controlled television. He was arrested in China and sentenced to three years of re-education in a prison camp where he endured forced labor, making amongst other things, Homer Simpson slippers sold at stores throughout the US.

As political scandals surface and tensions rise along with more than one hundred and fifty thousand protests occurring each year inside China, this timely documentary highlights the issue of unfair trade practices with the West, organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience and widespread forced/slave labor. The film also highlights how new Internet technologies are helping bring freedom to 1.3 billion people in China and other repressive regimes throughout the world.

“Free China” is a co-production between NTD Television, and World2Be Productions. It is scheduled for worldwide theatrical and online release in June 2013.

Special Private Screenings Include: The US Congress, European Parliament, Google Headquarters.
Wednesday 10
16:45 - STAFF EVENT - Retirement Planning & Centrelink : Presented by Unisuper and Centrelink experts Website | More Information
This presentation combines the Retirement Planning seminar with an additional presentation from a Centrelink representative. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from both UniSuper and Centrelink experts on key retirement planning and Centrelink issues. Members wishing to attend the seminar must register with UniSuper refer web site link.
Thursday 11
17:00 - SCREENING - Pre-release Screening : Free China, the Courage to Believe Website | More Information
“INTENSELY COMPELLING…EXTRAORDINARY.” Karen Curry- Former CNN Bureau Chief New York

The fates of a woman living in Beijing and a man living in New York become inextricably linked because of a common conviction…

The multi-award winning “Free China: The Courage To Believe” tells the story of a mother and former Communist Party member, Jennifer Zeng, who along with more than 70 Million Chinese were practicing a belief that combined Buddhism and Daoism until the Chinese Government outlawed it. The Internet police intercepted an email and Jennifer was imprisoned for her faith. As she endured physical and mental torture, she had to decide: does she stand her ground and languish in jail, or does she recant her belief so she can tell her story to the world and be reunited with her family? A world away, Dr. Charles Lee, a Chinese American businessman, wanted to do his part to stop the persecution by attempting to broadcast uncensored information on state controlled television. He was arrested in China and sentenced to three years of re-education in a prison camp where he endured forced labor, making amongst other things, Homer Simpson slippers sold at stores throughout the US.

As political scandals surface and tensions rise along with more than one hundred and fifty thousand protests occurring each year inside China, this timely documentary highlights the issue of unfair trade practices with the West, organ harvesting of prisoners of conscience and widespread forced/slave labor. The film also highlights how new Internet technologies are helping bring freedom to 1.3 billion people in China and other repressive regimes throughout the world.

“Free China” is a co-production between NTD Television, and World2Be Productions. It is scheduled for worldwide theatrical and online release in June 2013.

Special Private Screenings Include: The US Congress, European Parliament, Google Headquarters.

 May 2013
Thursday 16
18:30 - FREE LECTURE - Helen Trinca Lecture : Helen Trinca will discuss her new biography of Madeleine St John Website | More Information
Helen Trinca will discuss her experience of writing a boigraphy of highly-regarded Australian novelist Madeleine St John. The lecture will be held at the Webb lecture theatre on Thursday the 16th of May. This event is free and will start at 6:30pm, running for approximately an hour.

Madeleine St John was the first Australian woman to be shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

Her novels sparkle with warmth and wit and yet her own life reveals a far more troubled story of loss and abandonment.

Spanning the twentieth century and early twenty-first century, "Madeleine" is an unforgettable insight into the life of a fiercely talented and a highly-acclaimed Australian writer.

Copies of "Madeleine: a Life of Madeleine St John" will be signed by Helen Trinca on the night and will be available for purchase at the Event Price of $30 (RRP$32.95).

Copies of Madeleine St John’s novels, "Women in Black", "Stairway to Paradise", "Pure Clear Light" and "The Essence of the Thing" will also be available for purchase.

 June 2013
Tuesday 11
19:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : The Hackett Buildings on the Crawley Campus More Information
Presentation Synopsis

John Winthrop Hackett and the Hackett Memorial Buildings

John Winthrop Hackett (1848-1916) was born in Ireland, emigrated to the eastern states of Australia, and then moved to Western Australia. He became a member of the Legislative Assembly, worked to achieve federation, and with others achieved the creation of The University of Western Australia. He was knighted in 1911, by coincidence in the year in which an Act of Parliament established this university. After his death his estate was ably managed by Alfred Langler, and in 1926 the sum of £425,000 became available to build the Winthrop Hall and associated buildings. The architectural features of these buildings are described in the recently published book The Hackett Memorial Buildings at the University of Western Australia, written by the speaker, and will be illustrated in this lecture.

About the Speaker

Emeritus Professor John Melville-Jones, a graduate of Cambridge University, was appointed to a lectureship in Classics and Ancient History at UWA in 1957. In addition to teaching the regular courses in Classics, he developed an interest in ancient Greek and Roman art and architecture, and taught courses in that area until 2011. His research has been concentrated on the coinage of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Monday 24
9:00 - CONFERENCE - Call for Paper: ROGE-2013 (London-UK): International Conference of Restructuring of the Global Economy : ROGE-2013 Website | More Information
CALL FOR PAPERS The Academy of Business & Retail Management is proud to have an established record to organising and managing international academic conferences. Please join us for one of our annual conferences in location given below. All our Conference seek to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, health and social care sciences, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more.. Contributions should therefore be of interest to scholars, practitioners and researchers in management in both developed and developing countries targeting a worldwide readership. All our conferences offer various tracks which include: The Finance, Accounting and Organisational structure, The Growth and Economic Development, the Globalisation and International Trade, Education and teaching for the Life Long Learning Sector, The HRM, Marketing & Information Technology, Health and Social care Management, Science and Engineering Authors are invited to submit their original research papers, case study, review, work in progress, reports, abstract, students’ papers or research proposals within the broad scope of each conference. Author’s submission will be published in both the conference proceeding under The Business & Management Review (Printed copy) and online.

For further details about our conferences and our academic journals, please visit our website on www.abrmr.com or send us an email on [email protected] ACADEMIC CONFERENCES London, UK (Summer Conference) International Conference of Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE-2013) 24th -25th June 2013. Please click here.

Paris, France International Academic Conference (IACP-2013) 6th -7th August 2013. Please click here.

London, UK (Winter Conference) International Trade and Academic Research Conference (ITARC-2013) 4th – 5th November 2013. Please click here

Dubai, UAE International Academic Conference (IACD-2014) 20-21st January 2014. Please click here.

New York, NY. (USA) International Conference on Business and Economic Development (ICBED-2014) 24th -25th March 2014. Please click here.



ACADEMIC JOURNALS Journal of Business & Retail Management Research (JBRMR) JBRMR is a scholar and referred journal that provides as authoritative source of information for scholars, academics and professionals in the fields of business and retail management. For further information please visit at www.jbrmr.com

The International Journal of Business and Economic Development (IJBED) IJBED`s mission is to promote and publish research inquiring into the behaviour of business , their ways of upgrading themselves in response to changes in the environment and the way the policy framework is being developed to encourage them to expand in a rational manner.

BOOK PUBLICATION Globalisation Revisited: A Global Phenomenon under the Microscope Globalisation has become one of the watchwords of the latter Twentieth and early Twentieth First century. Whilst globalisation is written and talked about in a general sense this book seeks to take stock and reflect on the `era of globalisation’ through a series of regional case studies aimed at elucidating examples of globalisation in action. The book will begin with an attempt to define ‘globalisation’ as well as to give a brief history of the theoretical nature of globalisation along with schools of thought about the nature and purpose of the topic. It will also present a brief explanation of how globalisation itself has inadvertently assisted those individuals and organisations who are committed to containing or curtailing that which they refer to as globalisation.

ABRM announces a Call for Papers for the publication of a book entitled Globalisation Revisited: A global phenomenon under the microscope to be edited by Professor P.R.Banerjee and Dr P.R.Datta. Interested authors are invited to contribute chapter(s) in the book. For further details please click here


 July 2013
Tuesday 09
19:00 - TALK - Friends of the UWA Library speaker : Becoming a Historian More Information
Suzanne Welborn will discuss her personal journey through seven decades of enormous cultural, sexual and economic changes in the lives of Australian women, as a journalist in Perth and London, a wife and mother and as a historian including the way puzzles of her childhood influenced her writing of history.

About the Speaker

Graduate 1958 BA UWA

Journalist West Australian 1960-62

Woman Writer for the Melbourne Herald Cable Service 1962-64, London

Graduate 1981 MA UWA

Books by Susan Welborn:

Lords of Death: a People, a Place, a Legend (1982), (winner WA non-fiction award) republished as Bush Heroes: a People, a Place, a Legend (2002)

Swan:the History of a Brewery (1987)

Sandgropers Solicitors & Silks (1998)

Freehills A History of Australia's First National Law Firm (2011) shortlisted for the Ashurst Business Literature Prize (2011) in Sydney

Members: free Non Members: $5 donation
Monday 15
9:00 - COURSE - ACSPRI courses in quantitative and qualitative research methods : General courses in qualitative and quantitative social research methods, relevant to a wide variety of disciplines Website | More Information
The Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) will be holding courses in qualitative and quantitative social research methods at UWA as part of the 2013 ACSPRI Winter Program.

Program information, a list of courses, prices, FAQs and the on-line booking system are available at: https://www.acspri.org.au/winterprogram2013

Early Bird reduced-price registration is available until Wednesday 8th May.

UWA is an ACSPRI Member, so the Member discounts also apply. There are additional discounts for postgraduate students.

The ACSPRI Program Coordinator, Marty Lynch, can be contacted at [email protected]

 August 2013
Tuesday 06
9:00 - CONFERENCE - Call for Paper: IACP-2013 (Paris-France): International Academic Research Conference : IACP-2013 Website | More Information
CALL FOR PAPERS The Academy of Business & Retail Management is proud to have an established record to organising and managing international academic conferences. Please join us for one of our annual conferences in location given below. All our Conference seek to elucidate a wealth of issues in all aspects of business management, health and social care sciences, management education, teaching and learning methodologies and many more.. Contributions should therefore be of interest to scholars, practitioners and researchers in management in both developed and developing countries targeting a worldwide readership. All our conferences offer various tracks which include: The Finance, Accounting and Organisational structure, The Growth and Economic Development, the Globalisation and International Trade, Education and teaching for the Life Long Learning Sector, The HRM, Marketing & Information Technology, Health and Social care Management, Science and Engineering Authors are invited to submit their original research papers, case study, review, work in progress, reports, abstract, students’ papers or research proposals within the broad scope of each conference. Author’s submission will be published in both the conference proceeding under The Business & Management Review (Printed copy) and online.

For further details about our conferences and our academic journals, please visit our website on www.abrmr.com or send us an email on [email protected] ACADEMIC CONFERENCES London, UK (Summer Conference) International Conference of Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE-2013) 24th -25th June 2013. Please click here.

Paris, France International Academic Conference (IACP-2013) 6th -7th August 2013. Please click here.

London, UK (Winter Conference) International Trade and Academic Research Conference (ITARC-2013) 4th – 5th November 2013. Please click here

Dubai, UAE International Academic Conference (IACD-2014) 20-21st January 2014. Please click here.

New York, NY. (USA) International Conference on Business and Economic Development (ICBED-2014) 24th -25th March 2014. Please click here.



ACADEMIC JOURNALS Journal of Business & Retail Management Research (JBRMR) JBRMR is a scholar and referred journal that provides as authoritative source of information for scholars, academics and professionals in the fields of business and retail management. For further information please visit at www.jbrmr.com

The International Journal of Business and Economic Development (IJBED) IJBED`s mission is to promote and publish research inquiring into the behaviour of business , their ways of upgrading themselves in response to changes in the environment and the way the policy framework is being developed to encourage them to expand in a rational manner.

BOOK PUBLICATION Globalisation Revisited: A Global Phenomenon under the Microscope Globalisation has become one of the watchwords of the latter Twentieth and early Twentieth First century. Whilst globalisation is written and talked about in a general sense this book seeks to take stock and reflect on the `era of globalisation’ through a series of regional case studies aimed at elucidating examples of globalisation in action. The book will begin with an attempt to define ‘globalisation’ as well as to give a brief history of the theoretical nature of globalisation along with schools of thought about the nature and purpose of the topic. It will also present a brief explanation of how globalisation itself has inadvertently assisted those individuals and organisations who are committed to containing or curtailing that which they refer to as globalisation.

ABRM announces a Call for Papers for the publication of a book entitled Globalisation Revisited: A global phenomenon under the microscope to be edited by Professor P.R.Banerjee and Dr P.R.Datta. Interested authors are invited to contribute chapter(s) in the book. For further details please click here


18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Randolph Stow Memorial Lecture : Professor John Kinsella will deliver a lecture on the uncollected poems of Randolph Stow Website | More Information
The Westerly Centre and St Georges College will present the second annual Randolph Stow memorial lecture on Tuesday the 6th of August.

Wine and cheese will be served after the lecture.
Sunday 11
10:00 - OPEN DAY - 2013 Open Day : Join us for our Centenary Open Day and experience all that UWA has to offer Website | More Information
Come and find out about our undergraduate and postgraduate courses, career options, scholarship opportunities, our valuable research, community programs and facilities.

There's also residential college tours, hands-on activities, live music, entertainment, and plenty of fun activities for the whole family as we celebrate our 100th birthday.
Wednesday 14
9:00 - STUDENT EVENT - CAREERS: Science Library Career Question Drop-in : Got a careers question you want answered? Come and visit the Careers Centre display in the Science Library - Monday 12- Friday 16 August 2013 Website | More Information
The Careers Centre will be promoting its services and resources in the Science Library from Monday 12th to Friday 16th August 2013.

Got a question you want answered? A Career Adviser will be available from 1.00pm-2pm, (12, 13, 15 and 16th August only) to assist with a career or employment based question you might have. Just drop in and see us.

All students welcome!
Monday 19
7:00 - CANCELLED - EVENT - ISS Health and Wellbeing Month : Attention All International Students! A month of fun and health awaits you! Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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International Student Services will be launching its Health and Wellbeing Month at UWA next Monday, 19th August.

The event will kick start with FREE weekly yoga/pilates classes starting on tuesday,20/8,1-2pm at Recreation & Fitness Centre's MPR room .

Furthermore, watch for and participate in our weekly Instagram competition starting next monday,19/8,to win ATTRACTIVE prizes.

Simply upload photos of you and your friends doing healthy activites with the following tags #ISSHWM13 #uwastudentguild #uwastudents and follow us at iss_healthandwellbeing

For more information on class sign ups and our event, like our facebook page! See you soon :)

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