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Displaying from Friday, January 17, 2014
 January 2014
Friday 17
15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Graphs and transitivity on 2-geodesics More Information
Alice Devillers (UWA)

will speak on

Graphs and transitivity on 2-geodesics

at 3pm Friday January the 17th in Blakers Lecture Theatre.

Abstract :

Joint work with Wei Jin, Cai Heng Li, Cheryl Praeger, Akos Seress.

An s-geodesic in (...)

17:15 - FREE LECTURE - Virtual Masculinity and Intimacy: Telecommunications and the Changing Spatiality of Male Sex Work More Information
There is increasing attention to the fact that global increases in sex work occur not only among female sex workers, but also among cohorts of male sex workers. However, current research continues to focus predominately on female sex workers, and specifically on street sex workers, despite the (...)
Tuesday 21
13:00 - Colloquium - On feeling torn about one’s sexuality: The effects of explicit-implicit sexual orientation ambivalence. : More Information
Three correlational studies investigated implications associated with explicit-implicit sexual orientation ambivalence for information processing and psychological well-being in samples of straight and gay individuals.

Across the studies, 243 straight participants completed explicit and (...)
Friday 24
15:00 - SEMINAR - CMSC Technical Seminar, An introduction to IPE More Information
Irene Pivotto (UWA)

will speak on

An introduction to IPE

at 3pm Friday January the 24th in Blakers Lecture Theatre.


IPE is a drawing editor for creating figures in PDF or EPS format, which can then be inserted into LaTeX documents (...)
Tuesday 28
13:00 - SEMINAR - Influence of IGF-1 and myostatin on post-natal growth and aging : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: Chris will present an overview from a biomedical and agricultural perspective of studies done in his lab on the growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor 1 and myostatin, which form part of a common axis (GH/IGF-1/Mstn) that regulates growth, maintenance and aging of the body. Knowing (...)
Thursday 30
8:30 - CONFERENCE - Teaching and Learning Forum 2014 Website | More Information
The Teaching and Learning Forum is a series of conferences initiated in 1992, held annually in Perth, Western Australia. The 2014 Teaching and Learning Forum, the 23rd year of the Forum, continues the tradition of bringing together educators from universities around Perth and beyond to discuss (...)
Friday 31
15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Groups and first-order logic More Information
André Nies (University of Auckland)

will speak on

Groups and first-order logic

at 3pm Friday January the 31st in Blakers Lecture Theatre.

Abstract :

We study the expressive power of first-order logic for groups. A finitely generated group (...)

 February 2014
Monday 03
8:00 - EVENT - CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS : 2014 Perth Festival Website | More Information
THE OPPORTUNITY Perth Festival requires three volunteers for all weekday sessions and four volunteers for weekends during the season of I Think I Can at the WA Museum. For more information about I Think I Can see https://2014.perthfestival.com.au/Whats-on-by-Genre/Free-and-Spectacular/I-Think-I-Can
Tuesday 04
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to LMS: Unit Building Fundamentals Website | More Information
This is a "build your basic LMS unit" workshop for those who just want to get started without the emphasis of exploring the LMS provided in the other beginner level workshop, "Introduction to LMS: LMS for New Users". LMS is an online learning environment that provides a variety (...)

11:00 - Training - iVEC Supercomputing Training : FREE EVENT Website | More Information
In February, iVEC will offer the following short courses on supercomputing topics:

Introduction to iVEC: 11:00am - 12:00 Tues 4th February

Introduction to Linux: 1:00 - 2:00pm Tues 4th February

Introduction to NeCTAR Cloud Computing: 3:00 - 4:00pm Tues 4th (...)

12:30 - SEMINAR - Mixing it up with blended learning - what is blended learning at UWA and how could I get started? Website | More Information
Blended learning is about using online and in-class activities where they best support learning. What does this mean? How does it compare with popular terms 'flipped classroom' and 'MOOC'? What are approaches to blended learning, tools to support it, and how can you get started? This seminar works (...)

13:30 - WORKSHOP - Workshop: Setting Academic Standards for Agriculture : What should a graduate in agriculture know, understand and be able to do? Website | More Information
The AgLTAS project aims to develop a National Academic Standards Statement for agriculture – representing what a student in Agriculture and related disciplines should know, understand and be able to do on graduation.

You are invited to attend an upcoming workshop, led by Dr Tina Acuna (...)
Wednesday 05
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Unit Coordination (1): Roles and Responsibilities Website | More Information
The role of a Unit Coordinator (UC) is complex. This workshop aims to highlight the key roles and responsibilities of a UC by providing information around what is involved. The workshop focuses on the preparation aspects of unit coordination rather than teaching considerations which is covered in (...)

12:00 - WORKSHOP - MYO Flipped Classroom Design Website | More Information
This mini workshop follows on from the seminars on blended learning and flipped classroom. If the goal is meaningful, deeper, transformational, learning-oriented activity in class and online - what can I do in each environment that is best for learning?

It is open to any participants – (...)
Thursday 06
13:30 - WORKSHOP - Introduction to LMS: LMS for new users Website | More Information
LMS for New Users will provide participants with an introductory overview of the Moodle powered LMS (Learning Management System) used as our online learning environment here at UWA. You will need to complete this workshop before being eligible to take part in any intermediate or advanced LMS (...)
Friday 07
9:30 - WORKSHOP - New Approaches to Teaching: Active Learning (in-class) Strategies for a Flipped Classroom More Information
This is a micro workshop designed to introduce participants to active learning in classroom contexts. Active learning classroom promotes collaborative and cooperative participation by learners in classroom activity, ensuring greater cognitive engagement and deeper learning. It is a principle for (...)

9:30 - WORKSHOP - Advancing your LMS: Structuring in the LMS Website | More Information
This workshop will enable participants to explore the LMS functionality in greater depth, to manipulate it for pedagogical needs and be exposed to some alternative approaches such as sequencing in the LMS.

12:30 - SEMINAR - Flipping the classroom - what does it mean and how can I do it? Website | More Information
Flipped classroom is a term currently popular in educational contexts. This seminar defines flipped classroom approach, highlights benefits and pitfalls, illustrates a range of flipped classroom approaches in university teaching, and talks about getting started in flipping your classroom.

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Row echelon matrices, flags and Grassmannians More Information
Phill Schultz (UWA)

will speak on

Row echelon matrices, flags and Grassmannians

at 3pm Friday February the 7th in Blakers Lecture Theatre.


There is a well trodden path from finite dimensional vector spaces to algebraic geometry (...)
Saturday 08
13:30 - FREE LECTURE - 2 FREE PUBLIC LECTURES : Roman Archaeology Group presents 2 free lectures: Emperor Justinian & Petra Website | More Information
2 FREE Lectures - All are welcome! 1:30pm - "Justinian's Empire" presented by Dr Michael Champion. 2:30pm - Afternoon Tea. 3:00pm - "Western Travellers to Petra in the 19th Century" presented by W/Prof. David Kennedy.

N.B. Lectures are FREE, however there is a small (...)

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