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Displaying from Thursday, August 01, 2013
 August 2013
Thursday 01
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Small Group Teaching: Seminars & Tutorials Website | More Information
Tutors, including postgraduate students, teaching in any subject area. Note: Business students should contact Professor Phil Hancock for subject-specific workshops. In this workshop, you will examine a range of strategies for facilitating discussion and running engaging, interactive classes.

13:10 - PERFORMANCE - FREE Lunchtime Concert : Visiting Alumni Artist: Ashley Smith (clarinet)Buffet-Crampon Artist Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm

16:00 - SEMINAR - ARCHAEOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES : Mythological Narratives, Linguistics & Rock Art of the Port Hedland Region More Information
The coastal Pilbara region has a number of rich and diverse rock art assemblages. Some of these sites correspond with more recent linguistic and cultural boundaries. Across these boundaries a number of mythological narratives can be traced, linking to sites across the landscape and through (...)
Friday 02
11:00 - SEMINAR - Conservation Auctions for Agri-environmental Improvements: Bid Selection Rules, Pricing and Costs of Beneficial Management Practice Adoption Website | More Information
Experimental economic methods to examine the efficacy of reverse auctions to generate efficient nutrient abatement from certain agricultural practices. The experimental parameters were benchmarked to a specific beneficial management practice focusing on livestock in a Manitoba watershed and were (...)

12:00 - SEMINAR - Economics Seminar : Freedom, Economic Resources and Wellbeing: A Stochastic Dominance Approach More Information
Abstract: In this paper we reconcile research on wellbeing measurement with Sen's freedom to achieve approach. In doing so we develop procedural ethical principles and the associated stochastic dominance conditions as well as capability ethical principles and the associated stochastic dominance (...)

13:00 - SYMPOSIUM - HERE&NOW13 Disability and the Arts Symposium : Enabling people with disability access to, and involvement in the arts Website | More Information
As part of the HERE&NOW13 exhibition program, the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery is hosting the 'Disability and the Arts' Symposium on 2nd and 3rd of August.

This two-day symposium brings together a range of Western Australian organisations to discuss the importance of enabling people (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Maximal arcs that contain regular hyperovals More Information

A maximal n-arc is a set of q(n-1) + n points in a projective plane such that any line of the plane meets 0 or n of them. The most common maximal arcs, called the Mathon arcs, are constructed by taking the union of regular hyperovals. In particular, there are no known maximal 4- (...)
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 (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Empowering adult mesenchymal stem cells for cardiogenic regeneration : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are a prototypical adult stem cell with an ability to self-renew and differentiate into multiple tissue cell types. In the context of therapeutic applications, MSCs are emerging as a popular agent for tissue regeneration and repair because of their easy (...)

13:00 - Information Session - Postgraduate Teaching Internship Scheme - Information Session Website | More Information
The Postgraduate Teaching Internship Scheme allows promising doctoral research students, including professional doctoral students, to develop teaching skills in their fields and to undertake a program of professional development activities during the course of their PhD candidature.

If (...)

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.

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Australian agriculture and global food security : 2050 Food - Lecture Series Website | More Information
A public lecture by Winthrop Professor Kadambot H.M Siddique, AM FTSE, Director, The UWA Institute of Agriculture.

Cost: Free, Register: https://2050food.eventbrite.com.au/#

Australia is currently a net food exporting country and about 70% of the food produced is exported. The (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Randolph Stow Memorial Lecture : John Kinsella will speak on Randolph Stow's Unselected Poetry More Information
The Westerly Centre (UWA) and St George's College present the second Randolph Stow Memorial Lecture. Acclaimed poet, critic, novelist, essayist and editor of the recent volume of Randolph Stow's Selected Poetry, 'The Land's Meaning', John Kinsella will present this free public lecture. Wine and (...)

18:00 - MEMORIAL LECTURE - The Randoph Stow Memorial Lecture : Guest speaker UWA Professor John Kinsella will present the Randolph Stow Memorial Lecture. Website | More Information
Guest speaker Professor John Kinsella, in association with the Westerly Centre for Australian Literature, will present the Randolph Stow Memorial Lecture and will talk about Randolph Stow’s Unselected Poetry. All are welcome to attend.
Wednesday 07
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Lucretius the Physicist and Modern Science Website | More Information
A public lecture by David Konstan, Professor of Classics at New York University

Lucretius’ poem On Nature presents a detailed overview of ancient atomic physics, as developed within the school founded by Epicurus. It has some remarkable features: not just atoms, but tiny, non-detachable (...)
Thursday 08
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - FREE Lunchtime Concert : Students: Naomi Smout (piano) & Marco Lombardi (piano) Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm

16:00 - SEMINAR - ARCHAEOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES : Utilizing Rock art and Archaeology to understand Pleistocene More Information
The Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago contain one of the largest concentrations of rock engravings in the world. Numbering well into the millions, the engravings communicate the stories of a dynamic landscape which cultures lived in, utilized, and socialized for millennia. Situated within an (...)
Friday 09
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to LMS: LMS for Tutors Website | More Information
UWA's learning management system provides a variety of tools, features and interactions in an online environment for supporting teaching and learning experiences at UWA. Different roles have different access and capabilities for using the system, and there are two tutor roles - a grading role and a (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - The Impact of Financial and Macroeconomic Factors on Individual Risk Attitude Website | More Information
The impact of financial and macroeconomic factors on individual risk attitude are explored using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) over the period 2004 to 2009. The three survey questions whose responses are analysed are: willingness to take risk generally; willingness to take risk (...)

13:30 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar Series : Creating a knowledge-based region through policy integration and joint governance: The case of Kobe City in Kansai, Japan More Information
This paper explores the knowledge-based development of Kobe, Kansai, from its top-down governance after WWII to ideological shifts which provided greater regional scope for location-specific strategies and decision-making. After the destruction of the 1996 Hanshin earthquake, Kobe trialed new (...)

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