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 February 2014
Monday 24
9:30 - Program - Introduction to University Teaching Website | More Information
The program will provide a solid introduction to the body of research around student learning and effective teaching. For those who have some teaching experience, it will provide a firm foundation upon which to improve your teaching and develop your teaching skills. For those new to teaching, it (...)
Tuesday 25
13:00 - SEMINAR - Reprogramming to skeletal muscle for cell therapy and disease modeling : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: Reprogramming adult somatic cells to different cell types has opened a whole new window of possibilities for cell therapy in degenerative diseases. In our lab we are designing strategies to create clinical grade myoblasts precursors to be used in clinical cell therapy and as disease (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - "The role of the cell cycle in attaining pluripotency: is there a link?" Website | More Information
Dr. Michael Edel is an Australian with European nationality and is currently a tenure track Group Leader funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation, Spain. He completed his Bachelor of Science with honors in Anatomy and Human Biology and Physiology, his Post-Graduate Diploma in Education and (...)
Wednesday 26
16:00 - SEMINAR - This seminar series is part of the CWR at UWA. : Economic impacts of climate change on the water supply sector in South Africa and stream ecosystem dynamics in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Website | More Information
James will be presenting on two recent studies that reflect his range of interests and diversity of experience in the water resources field.

The first presentation is based on his PhD research on the dynamics of benthic algae growing in the meltwater streams of the McMurdo dry valleys (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Letting go of Kindness: the potential and limits of conflict for Feminist Ethics Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Dr Maud Perrier, Lecturer in Gender Studies at the University of Bristol will argue that conflict is a necessary and cathartic step towards a different kind of empathetic encounter for feminist discourse. She will question whether there are productive modes of conflictual (...)

18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Tod Machover and Prue Ashurst : Creative Minds: Discussions on Creativity Website | More Information
Internationally acclaimed composer and Professor at MIT’s Media Lab, Tod Machover chats to conductor and radio presenter Prue Ashurst on Wednesday 26 February 6pm at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery as part of the Creative Minds series.

The discussion will provide insight into the (...)
Thursday 27
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Small group teaching: Seminars and Tutorials Website | More Information
In this workshop, you will examine a range of strategies for facilitating discussion and running engaging, interactive classes.

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Holocene palaeoecological change and Aboriginal resource management in the northern Swan Coastal Plain More Information
Humans modify their ecological niche in many ways, including the use of fire to control, remove or alter faunal or botanical resource availability. Niche modification may be deliberate or incidental, but recognising these interactions is critical to understanding the development of adaptations and (...)
Friday 28
10:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Lung Symposium Website | More Information
“The utilisation of transcriptomics and breathomics in airway Diseases”

Prof Peter J. Sterk Head of Research, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Academic Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam

“Hedgehog pathway: a novel target for mesothelioma”

Prof Steve (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - Inaugural Clinical & Translational Research Seminar : Advice on increasing WA NHMRC clinical funding Website | More Information
The School of Medicine and Pharmacology (SCGH Unit) invites you to attend the: Inaugural Clinical and Translational Research Seminar

For Senior Clinicians and Translational Researchers

Speaker: Dr Nik Zeps - Research group leader at St John of God Health Care; Group (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar, Subgroup covering numbers of symmetric groups More Information
Eric Swartz (UWA)

will speak on

Subgroup covering numbers of symmetric groups

at 3pm Friday February the 28th in Weatherburn Lecture Theatre.

Abstract:

Let G be a group. The subgroup covering number of G is defined to be the least integer m (...)

15:45 - FREE LECTURE - Free Lecture: Reaching new heights in astronomy: The European Southern Observatory : In this lecture, Professor Tim de Zeeuw, Director General of the ESO, will describe ESO’s current suite of programs, the telescopes that make the discoveries possible and what’s on the horizon for one of the world’s premier astronomical institutions. Website | More Information
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in Europe and the world’s most productive astronomical observatory.

ESO telescopes have made some of the most significant astronomical discoveries of recent times, including the supermassive (...)

19:00 - CONCERT - Assembled - Piñata Percussion : The newly formed Piñata Percussion is comprised of undergraduate percussion students from the UWA School of Music. Directed by Louise Devenish, Piñata Percussion places a special emphasis on programming works by Australian composers, including established, emerging and student composers. Website | More Information
Directed by Louise Devenish, Piñata Percussion places a special emphasis on programming works by Australian composers, including established, emerging and student composers.

$10 at the door - unreserved seating

 March 2014
Tuesday 04
13:00 - EVENT - “Seeing is believing – Monitoring Ligand-receptor binding in time and space” Website | More Information
Professor Stephen Hill studied Pharmacology in Bristol (BSc, 1976) and then undertook PhD studies in the Department of Pharmacology in Cambridge (PhD 1979). After postdoctoral studies in Cambridge (1979-1981) he was appointed to a lecturer position in the Department of Pharmacy at the University (...)

13:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Application of Light Technologies across the Spectrum of Biomedical Research Website | More Information
1.00pm: Perkins Seminar and Raine Lecture Raine Visiting Professor Stephen Hill University of Nottingham “Seeing is believing – Monitoring ligand-receptor binding in time and space”

2.00pm: Networking and lunch courtesy of BMG Labtech

2.45pm: Associate Professor Kevin Pfleger H (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - The Role of Vascular Basement Membranes in Cerebral Vessel Structural and Functional Integrity : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: Basement membrane (BM) composition varies with both blood vessel and with tissue type. Of all BM components, the laminin family shows the greatest variability and represents the biological active component of BMs, interacting with a wide repertoire of integrin and non-integrin (...)

16:30 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Winthrop Professor Benjamin Smith: Archaeomusicology: some thoughts on the origins of music Website | More Information
Archaeomusicology: some thoughts on the origins of music

This seminar will be dominantly grounded in the archaeology of Africa. Early music is archaeologically elusive. The first plausible musical implements only appear in the archaeological record after modern humans reached Europe, but (...)
Wednesday 05
16:00 - SEMINAR - Microbes and turbulence : This seminar series is part of the CWR at UWA. Website | More Information
Microbes have been studied forever. So has turbulence. In a broad range of environments, microbes are routinely exposed to turbulence, yet physicists have ignored microbes and biologists have ignored turbulence. In this talk I will illustrate the fascinating dynamics that unfold when microbes are (...)
Friday 07
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 (...)

13:30 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar Series : Globalization, Translation and Transmission: the Reproduction of Sino Judaic Cultural Identity in Kaifeng, China More Information
In January 1993 the Kaifeng Municipality announced the launch of the Construction Office of the Jewish History Museum “in accordance with the country’s policy in foreign affairs, minorities and religion.” The museum was meant to commemorate the historical community of Kaifeng’s Jews, established in (...)


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