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Displaying from Tuesday, August 23, 2011
 August 2011
Tuesday 23
11:00 - EVENT - Science Union Careers Expo : Careers Centre & Science Union are holding a careers expo! All students welcome! More Information
Want to find out more about who employs Science students? Interested in work experience, graduate or vacation work?

Come along to the Science Union Careers Expo!

Employers attending include:

-Rio Tinto -Alcoa -ASIO -Teach for Australia -UWA Faculty of Education (Do (...)

11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to create and map ideas Website | More Information
Learn this technique for generating and ordering ideas (particularly useful for getting started on assignments and for overcoming writers' block).

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Introduction to very basic statistics Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to statistics, particularly measures of central tendency and spread, for both univariate and bivariate data. Students will gain an intuitive idea of how certain measures are calculated and used to summarise sets of data.

13:00 - EVENT - AIESEC Live the Change Information Session : AIESEC Live the Change Information Session Website | More Information
AIESEC is giving you a chance to go out into the world and join the other hundreds of students who have lived the change by educating students, raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, getting involved in social entrepreneurship, empowering women, tackling human rights and environmental issues in countries (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Getting Ready for Employment : Its never too early to start! The students who are most competitive in the vacation work and graduate employment market are those who started preparing early in their time at university. Find out what you need to start doing! More Information
Its never too early to start!

Getting Ready for Employment Seminar

The students who are most competitive in the employment market are those who started preparing in 1st and 2nd year.

You need to develop career management skills and take the steps to maximise (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Inferential statistics Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to the interplay between statistics, probability and the real world. Students will learn about various probability distributions, including the normal distribution. We will then see examples where the use of statistics and probability allows us to make sense (...)
Wednesday 24
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to create and map ideas (repeat) Website | More Information
Learn this technique for generating and ordering ideas (particularly useful for getting started on assignments and for overcoming writers' block).

13:00 - SEMINAR - Volunteering Opportunities Seminar UWA Careers Centre & Guild : Learn how volunteering can improve your employability. More Information
Not only is volunteering an opportunity to give back to the community but it provides invaluable experience which can be included on your resume and helps to boost your employablity.

Come and learn more about the value of volunteering and the opportunities available.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Essays versus reports (repeat) Website | More Information
Academic reports require different skills and a different format from essays. Gain the skills you need to tackle reports with efficiency and confidence.

17:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Student opportunities in medical research with the Lung Institute of WA : Students interested in undertaking PhD and Hons or BMedSci are invited to attend an information evening to learn more about study opportunities at the Institute. Website | More Information
* PhD Scholarships * Hons Scholarships *Vacation Cadetship Program

Join us to find out more about the great range of research projects and scholarships on offer at LIWA.

Projects are available within the Tissue Repair Unit, Molecular Genetics Unit and Pleural Disease Unit.
Thursday 25
13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Introduction to very basic statistics (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to statistics, particularly measures of central tendency and spread, for both univariate and bivariate data. Students will gain an intuitive idea of how certain measures are calculated and used to summarise sets of data.

14:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Inferential statistics (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop gives a basic introduction to the interplay between statistics, probability and the real world. Students will learn about various probability distributions, including the normal distribution. We will then see examples where the use of statistics and probability allows us to make sense (...)
Friday 26
11:00 - WORKSHOP - Resume Preparation Workshop : An effective resume will get you the job More Information
An effective resume will get you to an interview:

Learn how to:

Structure resumes Write in a convincing way Provide evidence of your skills Highlight your relevant experiences

Monday 29
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to establish and develop written arguments Website | More Information
Once you know what you want to say, the next step is to develop and support your position assertively and effectively. This workshop explains how to develop a thesis statement and support it with logical, coherent and relevant reasons, examples and evidence.

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to improve pronunication for presentations Website | More Information
If you want to improve your English language pronunciation, working on word stress is a good place to start. This workshop offers practical, hands on activities to help you improve your spoken communication by getting the stress right in words and word groups.

13:00 - SEMINAR - INTERNATIONAL CAREERS WEEK - How not to get ripped off - Know your rights and responsibilities : How not to get ripped off - Know your rights and responsibilities. Many international and local students are not aware of their rights in taking a job - find out more at this seminar by Department of Labour Relations. More Information
How not to get ripped off - Know your rights and responsibilities. Many international and local students are not aware of their rights in taking a job - find out more at this seminar by Department of Labour Relations.

This seminar will cover:

* Unfair dismissal - who can help< (...)

14:00 - EVENT - INTERNATIONAL CAREERS WEEK Australian Workplace Expectations : Find out the key differences between Australian workplaces and those of other countries. More Information
Learn about Australian workplace practices and the sorts of strategies that will increase your effectiveness in the workplace. Explore key differences between Australian and other workplaces, leadership styles, general expectations of Australian employers and some typically 'Australian' styles of (...)

15:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Disertation workshops for coursework postgrads Website | More Information
These workshops are for postgrads writing a dissertation as part of a coursework degree. Each workshop provides a brief session on a different aspect of writing and an opportunity to get individual help.
Tuesday 30
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to take notes in lectures Website | More Information
Many of us, especially those of us new to tertiary study, find it difficult (ok impossible!) to follow the lecture and take meaningful notes at the same time. This workshop helps you learn to take clear notes you can use with confidence later.

12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Some Basic Mathematical Notations Website | More Information
This workshop aims to introduce some standard mathematical notations to students from all areas. Being fluent with this language often enables students to make the transition from brain to paper with ease. This allows them to demonstrate logical flow, making their work clearer to those who assess (...)


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