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Displaying from Wednesday, July 21, 2010
 July 2010
Wednesday 21
11:00 - SEMINAR - Lectures on Growth in Groups and Graphs Part II More Information
Nick Gill (Bristol)

will continue his series of lectures on growth in groups and graphs

at the following times

Wednesday 21/7 at 11am

Friday 23/7 at 11am

and Tuesday 27/7 at 1pm

All seminars will be held in MLR2

I: (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Research Ethics in the Era of Personalized Medicine: Updating Science’s Contract with Society More Information
It has become a familiar refrain that completing the sequence of the human genome promises increased capacity to diagnose and treat disease and in so doing substantially improve the quality of life for millions (if not billions) of people. The vision includes the development of high quality tests (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Water Resource allocation planning: securing environmental and consumptive use requirements : CWR Seminar Website | More Information
The Western Australian Government is currently preparing legislative reforms for the management of water resources. In November 2009, the Department of Water released a document entitled Discussion Paper: Water Resources Management Options, and the community is now awaiting draft legislation. A (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Delivering value to citizens: the challenge for Australia’s Federation : The 2010 Reid Oration Website | More Information
This year's Reid Oration will be given by Mr Peter Allen, Deputy Dean, Australia and New Zealand School of Government.

The challenges facing Australia have changed significantly since the Federation was created in 1901. Increasingly, the national government is using its dominant role in (...)
Thursday 22
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Quickstart Guide to Developing your Learning Management System (WebCT) unit Website | More Information
Intended Audience: UWA staff new to using UWA's Learning Management System (WebCT) or those who would like a refresher.

Workshop Description:

Have you ever wanted to: Communicate important study related events to your students?

Provide a unit outline and (...)

9:30 - SEMINAR - The Importance of Patents with regard to IP Litigation in the Pharmaceutical Industry Website | More Information
A free seminar, co-sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Office of Innovation and Industry at UWA, KCA and Wrays.

This seminar will explore various aspects of the chemistry related to granted patents and how it relates to some selected IP litigation cases. The importance (...)

13:00 - Drop-In Session - WebCT Drop In Sessions Website | More Information
Is your Learning Management System (WebCT) unit ready for the upcoming teaching period?

Has the unit been requested and created?

Do the correct staff and students have access?

Do you know how to create announcements, upload materials and/or create groups and/or (...)

13:00 - Drop-In Session - Lectopia Drop In Sessions Website | More Information
Do you intend to use UWA's Lecture Recording System (Lectopia) as part of your teaching this semester?

If so:

Have you submitted a Lectopia booking form?

Do you know if your lecture recordings have been scheduled?

Have you linked your Lectopia recordings (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - "Mechanisms and patterns of post-transcriptional gene control" Website | More Information
Thomas Preiss is a molecular biologist studying the process of eukaryotic mRNA translation and its regulation. He studied Chemistry in Marburg, Germany, and Bristol, UK, before completing a PhD in Molecular Biology at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. From 1995-2002 he was a postdoctoral (...)

17:00 - SEMINAR - UWA Business School Academic Seminar with WestNet Infrastructure Group Visiting Professor Juan de Dios Ortuzar : Recent Developments on Discrete Choice Modelling and Their Use in Transport Appraisal More Information
Discrete choice models have come a long way from the early 70s, when there was the need to specify only linear in parameters utility functions, uncorrelated alternatives and no taste variations among individuals. The new breed of models available today, allow not only to relax all these constraints (...)
Friday 23
8:00 - Registration Final Date - Detecting Multivariate Changes in Biological Assemblages: Experimental Design and Data Analysis : Multivariate Statistic Workshop More Information
Detecting Multivariate Changes in Biological Assemblages: Experimental Design and Data Analysis Data collected by biological, ecological and environmental researchers is often multivariate in nature. The experimental design for collecting, and the analysis of, multivariate data can often be (...)

9:00 - Drop-In Session - WebCT Drop In Sessions Website | More Information
Is your Learning Management System (WebCT) unit ready for the upcoming teaching period?

Has the unit been requested and created?

Do the correct staff and students have access?

Do you know how to create announcements, upload materials and/or create groups and/or (...)

9:00 - Drop-In Session - Lectopia Drop In Sessions Website | More Information
Do you intend to use UWA's Lecture Recording System (Lectopia) as part of your teaching this semester?

If so:

Have you submitted a Lectopia booking form?

Do you know if your lecture recordings have been scheduled?

Have you linked your Lectopia recordings (...)

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Quickstart Guide to UWA's Lecture Recording System (Lectopia) Website | More Information
Have you ever wanted to:

Know what Lectopia is and how to use it?

Complete a Lectopia Booking form to ensure that your lectures are recorded?

Manage your Lectopia recordings and upload additional media via the Staff tool?

Record your lectures at your (...)
Tuesday 27
9:30 - EVENT - Small Group Teaching: Seminars & Tutorials Website | More Information
In this workshop, you will examine a range of strategies for facilitating discussion and running engaging, interactive classes. The workshop is aimed at those of you who are new to tutoring or looking to develop your teaching skills.

Intended Outcomes: At the conclusion of the workshop (...)

9:30 - WORKSHOP - Small Group Teaching: Seminars & Tutorials Website | More Information
In this workshop, you will examine a range of strategies for facilitating discussion and running engaging, interactive classes. The workshop is aimed at those of you who are new to tutoring or looking to develop your teaching skills.

12:00 - Colloquium - Differential effects of long-term ecstasy use on short-term and working memory More Information
Ecstasy is an illicit recreational drug that has been linked to impaired memory function. A meta-analysis showed that ecstasy consumption impaired short-term and working memory for both verbal and visuo-spatial material, both in comparison to drug-naïve controls and poly-drug controls. The (...)

15:30 - SEMINAR - Physics Seminar : Beyond Electrodynamics: Thermonuclear Ringtones of Burning Plasmas More Information
Fusion energy research is now poised to advance rapidly due to a large international investment ($18 billion) in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. ITER, with a power gain of over five, will explore the uncharted physics of burning plasmas, in which the energy liberated from the (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Market Penetration of Bio Energy-principles and experience : This seminar considers relevant factors and principles when considering issues in uptake of bioenergy substances More Information
A more sustainable energy future is within our reach but the costs of deployment of energy supply technologies in general is a key barrier for rapid deployment, preventing market penetration and uptake. An analysis in terms of primary market parameters such as demand, cost functions and profit (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Christian Spirituality in a Post-Modern World : By Fr. Borys Gudziak, Rector Ukrainian Catholic University, L’viv, Ukraine Website | More Information
With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Ukrainian Catholic Church, once the world’s largest underground Church, came from out of the catacombs. Viciously persecuted for a period of nearly half a century, one of the first initiatives of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, was to make the near century (...)


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