UWA Logo What's On at UWA
   UWA HomeProspective Students  | Current Students  | Staff  | Alumni  | Visitors  | About  |     Search UWA    for      
 

What's On at UWA

* Login to add events... *
Today's date is Friday, November 27, 2020
Development and Alumni
 October 2012
Monday 15
18:30 - ALUMNI EVENT - UWA Alumni London Reception More Information
We have pleasure inviting all UWA Alumni to attend this event in London.

To register, email [email protected]
Wednesday 17
18:00 - ALUMNI EVENT - London Alumni Evening More Information
ALVA alumni are cordially invited to the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts Alumni Evening including a short presentation on recent Faculty achievements given by the Dean, Simon Anderson.

Following the presentation, drinks and canapes will be provided.

 November 2012
Friday 02
17:30 - EVENT - Friends of UWA Athletics Sundowner : Launch of the History of the UWA Athletics Club More Information
Join the Friends for a sundowner to celebrate the launch of the book.

$30 per person, $20 for students To register, please email [email protected]
Saturday 10
18:30 - REUNION - 50 Year Medical Reunion : Graduating Class of 1962 More Information
More information will be available closer to the event.

 December 2012
Sunday 02
10:30 - REUNION - 50th Reunion Luncheon 2012 : Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Graduations of 1962 Website | More Information
Each year, Convocation, the UWA Graduates Association, hosts a reunion luncheon for those graduates celebrating the 50th anniversary of their graduation from the University of Western Australia.

 February 2013
Friday 08
9:30 - SEMINAR - Illuminating Thoughts - 1913, 2013, 2113 : Manning Clark House Day of Ideas Website | More Information
The celebration of The University of Western Australia’s centenary in 2013 gives pause to think about the luminous ideas that shaped the contemporary world and the possibilities for tomorrow. The focus of this symposium will be on moving from ideas of modernism to post-modernism to an increasingly global and virtual reality and the new ideas that will shape the next hundred years.

Cost: $75/$70 (concession). Register online at https://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/conf/2013-doi

18:30 - ALUMNI EVENT - Alumni Weekend Celebrations 2013 : UWA's Inaugural Alumni Weekend Website | More Information
The Alumni Weekend presents a unique opportunity to celebrate the University's centenary. It offers a diverse program of activities, events and reunions, including a Welcome Cocktail Party, seminars, lectures, panel discussions, tours and the launch of the Shaun Tan Sundial, Centenary plant, music CD entitled Luminosity, Musical Treasures from UWA and the history of UWA book entitled Seek Wisdom.

Lectures and seminars will be presented by prominent UWA alumni including Sir Rod Eddington AO, the Hon Geoff Gallop AC, Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall AC CitWA, Professor Steve Hopper AC, Professor Peter Quinn (The Square Kilometre Array), mountaineer Patrick Hollingworth and Geraldine Doogue AO.

The festivities begin with LUMINOUSnight where the campus will come alive with art and illuminations that celebrate UWA's history and its key alumni, teachers and researchers.

For booklovers, there is the Writers' Corner which will showcase the brilliance of our award winning writers.

The UWA residential colleges are offering accommodation for those who require it as well as hosting sundowners and dinners on the Saturday night for those who would like to attend.

You can book events by visiting https://www.centenary.uwa.edu.au/

All queries can be answered by contacting the Alumni Weekend team on 61 8 6488 4773 or by email at [email protected]
Thursday 21
11:00 - PROGRAM - AusAID Connect 2013 : Mentoring AusAID students More Information
As with all international students who come to study at UWA, AusAID students face many challenges. They need to understand local geography, adapt to our cultural and social norms, adjust to a different climate and food and quickly come to terms with their role and responsibility in the UWA community. While the staff in the International Centre provides a comprehensive orientation program, it can still take some time for these students to settle in to their new environment.

The AusAID Connect program was established to provide our AusAID students with the experience of meeting and spending time with a local family. Jointly run by the Alumni Relations office and the International Sponsored Student Unit at UWA, it gives you, as a UWA alumnus, the opportunity to make a positive difference in the life of a student adjusting to being so far from their home, by hosting them at a dinner in your home.

Alumni interested in being involved firstly need to fill out the program registration form and sign the authorisation. We will then review all applicants and match the students with alumni families based on information provided by both parties. As a part of this matching process we may contact you by telephone. Participating alumni will then receive information on the student as well as the country and culture from which they come.

If you are matched with a student you will need to attend a function on Friday, 8 March 2013 which is for all participating alumni, families and students to meet, start to get to know each other and arrange your hosting dinner.

Close of Applications is the 21st of February

 March 2013
Monday 04
10:00 - EVENT - UWA Historical Society March 4th Convocation Centenary: Photo Shoot at 10am : All welcome on the steps of the old St George's Hall 500 Hay St Perth to celebrate 100 years to the day of the first meeting of UWA's Convocation. Website | More Information
You are invited to join us mark the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of the University of Western Australia’s Convocation.

The First meeting was held on March 4th 1913 in St George’s Hall, Hay St near the corner of Irwin Street. The historic façade including the portico, steps and tall white columns were restored when the new Perth District Court was constructed behind it at 500 Hay Street. To celebrate the Centenary of this meeting, a photo-shoot of 100 'graduates' will take place on the steps of the façade at 10am on Monday March 4th 2013.

The UWA Historical Society would be delighted if you could join us.

If you have academic robes, please bring them. If not please come anyway, as having just a few robed members will provide the ‘flavour’. Balloons for a joint release will be provided.

Monday March 4th is a public Holiday (Labour Day). There should be nearby street parking available and there is a public parking station across the road at King’s Hotel.

The UWA Centum will be there
Wednesday 20
17:30 - EVENT - MBA/EMBA Information Evening : The Business School is hosting an information evening for its Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) programs. Website | More Information
We invite you to attend our upcoming information evening which will give you the opportunity to learn about the programs on offer, to discuss your study options, meet Business School staff and have all your questions answered before applying for your chosen MBA course.

The event starts at 5.30pm with the following format

5.30-6.00pm: Meet the current students and professors 6.00-7.00pm: Presentation 7.00-7.30pm: Individual question time

Please RSVP at: www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/news/infoevenings/

 April 2013
Saturday 06
14:00 - GUIDED TOUR - UWA Historical Society Art in Architecture Walk : This walk discovers again Crawley Campus artworks in their architectural and landscape contexts Website | More Information
Significant buildings and spaces on the Crawley Campus are embellished with applied or freestanding artworks, sometimes inherent in the architectural design, like the winged lion frieze at the eaves to Winthrop Hall, or the decorative panels built into the Institute of Agriculture Building. This walk discovers again artworks in their campus setting.

 May 2013
Friday 03
17:45 - ALUMNI EVENT - New Blues Welcome Function More Information
UWA Sports invites fellow Blues recipients to welcome the New Blues.

Winthrop Professor Bill Louden SDVC will be in attendance to congratulate and welcome the 2013 Blues recipients.

RSVP essential and must be received by Wednesday 24 April 2013. Please contact Alumni Relations for more details.
Sunday 05
15:30 - CONCERT - 'Something Old, Something New' : A mixture of old and new works for cello and piano. Website | More Information
A mixture of old and new works for cello and piano covering the last 100 years. Older pieces from the start of the century with new interpretations plus new works from the later part of the century. There will also be original music written by a UWA Music School student.

Entry is free, bookings are essential. Visit EpicEvents for bookings.
Friday 10
19:00 - ALUMNI EVENT - Class of 1988 - 25th Year Engineering Reunion More Information
Winthrop Professor John Dell, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics has pleasure inviting you to attend the Class of 1988 - 25th Year Engineering Reunion Cocktail Party.

Date: Friday 10 May 2013 Time: 7pm – 9pm Location: Formal Dining Room (First Floor), The University Club of Western Australia Hackett Drive, Crawley. Cost: $70 per person includes three course meal, wine, beer and soft drinks Dress code: Business Attire

RSVP's essential
Friday 24
19:00 - ALUMNI EVENT - Class of 1983 - 30th Year Engineering Reunion More Information
Winthrop Professor John Dell, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics has pleasure inviting alumni to attend the Class of 1983 - 30th Year Engineering Reunion Dinner.

Date: Friday 24 May 2013 Time: 7pm pre-drinks for 7.30pm start Location: Private Dining Room (First Floor), The University Club of Western Australia, Hackett Drive, Crawley. Price: $100 per person, including three course meal, wine, beer and soft drinks Dress code: Business Attire

RSVP's Essential, closing Friday 17 May, 2013
Monday 27
7:00 - COURSE - Clinical Group & Studio Pilates Available on Campus!! Website | More Information
Through the UWA Health & Rehabiliation Clinic a variety of Clinical Pilates options are now available to staff and general public!

Clinical Pilates is a form of physical exercise that focuses on posture, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing. It incorporates mat and equipment based exercises to optimise function, improve fitness and aid the management or rehabilitation following pain or injury. Using the experitse of Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology trained staff to tailor exercises, Clinical Pilates is able to ensure optimal gains whilst minimising risk of injury or aggravation.

Initial assessment may be required prior to starting classes. Sessions are available Mon-Fri at various times between 6am-6pm. Private Health Rebates May Apply.
Thursday 30
12:00 - SALE - Autumn Campus Community Sale : Lots of herbs, succulents and other plants are available for purchase More Information
Bring your friends along to the Propagation Group’s Autumn Campus Community Plant Sale.

Lots of herbs, succulents and other plants are available for purchase. The sale will be held at the Taxonomic Garden on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May from noon to 2pm.

Please find below the link for the Taxonomic Garden location: https://www.uwa.edu.au/campus-map?id=1999

 June 2013
Tuesday 18
17:30 - FREE LECTURE - DEFERRED - The Fly-out, Fly-in Professor Website | More Information
**EVENT DEFERRED** Due to ilness this event has been cancelled, to be deferred to a later date. Anew date will be advertised on this site when confirmed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.





The fifth lecture in a series by UWAHS in association with the Convocation of UWA Graduates

The Annual Lecture is the highlight of the Society’s year and we are delighted to welcome Emeritus Professor Reg Appleyard as our guest speaker.

About Emeritus Professor Reg Appleyard

In 2010, a memorandum of understanding was made between The Convocation of UWA Graduates (Convocation) and the UWA Historical Society, each agreeing to abide by the principle of open communication and spirit of collaboration. At its formation, the UWAHS’ objectives included encouraging appreciation of UWA history among staff, students, graduates and the community, promoting and funding UWA projects of an historical nature, organising lecturers and encouraging historical displays.

Reg Appleyard was the inaugural President of UWAHS. He had been a mature age student in economics in the Faculty of Arts from 1950 to 1953. He then obtained MA and PhD degrees at Duke University (North Carolina) and returned to Australia in 1958 where for 10 years he held research appointments in economic demography at the ANU.

In 1968 he returned to UWA as Professor of Economic History, a position he held for 25 years, seventeen of which as head of the Department of Economics. During this period compulsory sections on theory, statistics and history were incorporated into the B.Ec degree. Informal contact was made with outside bodies such as CEDA (Committee for the Economic Development of Australia) and, in due course, formal contact with BHP Billiton, Wesfarmers and Woodside Petroleum. Internal programs were also developed in Japanese Studies, Middle East Studies and Migration and Development.

From the early 1970s Appleyard also became involved with the Geneva-based International Organization for Migration. He consulted many UN and international committees in Europe which, like IOM, were designed to support and assist developing countries. Being based at the University of Western Australia, he made frequent visits to Europe for discussions with officials of these organizations, hence the fly-out, fly-in appellation! Information obtained during those frequent discussions has confirmed significant change, including not only that university education is on the edge of complete change, but that UWA’s student body comprises thousands of international students, many of whom return and retain their links with UWA. About UWAHS Annual Lectures

The UWA Historical Society was launched by the Vice Chancellor Professor Alan Robson in October 2008 to encourage appreciation of University history amongst staff, students, graduates and the community. The inaugural Annual Lecture of the Society in association with Convocation was held in 2009. Guest speakers have included Robert French, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, Dr Sue Boyd, former diplomat and President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (WA Branch), Emeritus Professor Don Watts, Director or WAIT and Vice Chancellor of Curtin University of Technology and Bond University, and Winthrop Professor Cheryl Praeger AM FAA, distinguished mathematician and past president of the Australian Mathematical Society, fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and Australian Research Council Federation, and member of the Order of Australia.

Event Details When: Tuesday 18 June 2013

Time: 5.30pm for a 6pm start

Cost: Free but seats are limited

Venue: Hackett Dining Hall, St George’s College, Mounts Bay Road, Crawley

 July 2013
Friday 12
19:30 - EVENT - Guild Centenary Gala : The peak celebration of the Guild's Centenary Website | More Information
A night to reminisce, catch up with old friends, make new ones, and share stories from the last one hundred years of the Guild. Hosted by the 100th Guild President the evening will feature special guest speakers, as we unveil and launch the Guild’s Centenary Publication - this will be a night to remember.

Friday 12 July 2013, 7:30pm Hackett Hall, UWA.

VIP tickets on sale through March and April 2013; General ticket sales from May 1 2013; $90 per head + BF; Limited numbers.

https://www.guild.uwa.edu.au/100
Tuesday 23
18:00 - ALUMNI EVENT - The 2013 George Seddon Lecture : Is Central Perth Getting Better? – A View from Seddon Perspectives Website | More Information
The Annual George Seddon Lecture series will be presented this year by Peter Newman, John Curtin Distinguished Professor of Sustainability, Curtin University.

The lecture will present perspectives on the liveliness, greening, residential qualities, regeneration projects, foreshore and railway barriers, and transport. It will be illustrated with photos from the George Seddon and David Ravine book A City and its Setting compared with perspectives today taken by photographer Michael Lewi.

The lecture will be followed by an informal reception.

Alternative formats: Default | XML


Top of Page
© 2001-2010  The University of Western Australia
Questions? Mail [email protected]