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Displaying from Friday, May 08, 2015
 May 2015
Friday 08
14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology & Sociology Seminar Series : Walking Through Words: An Ecological Approach to Writing In Torres Strait More Information
This paper focuses on public writing on the island of Saibai, Torres Strait. Public writing includes housenames, memorials, t-shirts and tombstone epitaphs, all of which are accompanied by extensive visual material. Read in isolation, the housenames, epitaphs, monuments and t-shirts yield (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: On the stabilisers of locally 2-transitive graphs More Information
Time and place: 15:00 Friday 8 May in Weatherburn LT.

Speaker: Shujiao Song (University of Western Australia)

Title: On the stabilisers of locally 2-transitive graphs.

Abstract: For a connected locally (G,2)-transitive graph and an edge {v,w}, both the induced (...)

15:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Radicalisation, Recruitment and the Appeal of the Islamic state Movement : Role of Islam as both a constructive and destructive force More Information
The lecture focuses on the role of Islam as both a constructive and a disruptive force. It also encourages inter-faith dialogue and aspires to building an understanding of Islam and the Muslim society. The central axis of the lecture is the way in which religious thought, individual believers and (...)
Tuesday 12
13:00 - EVENT - Psychology Colloquium: Julien Bureau and Joshua Howard: "Promoting identified motivation to reduce organizational deviance: The importance of autonomy" and "Profiles of Employee Motivation" More Information
Presenter 1: Julien Bureau

Julien is a PhD student at Universite de Montreal in Montreal, Canada. He is a visiting research fellow at UWA supported by the Endeavour Research Fellowships programme from the Australian government. His research focuses on dishonesty and he is particularly (...)

16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Soul Friendship : From the ancient Celtic way of Soul Friendship, Ray Simpson will help us find the inner resources for sustainable leadership in work, pilgrimage, poetry, healing the land and relationship with Indigenous people. More Information
This is the first of this year's Chaplain's International Lectures, where religious perspectives attempt to advance contemporary issues and is sponsored by the chaplains of the University of Western Australia. Ray Simpson is the Guardian of the International Community of Aidan and Hilda based on (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Rio Tinto Lecture - A Really Close Look at Flotation Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Jan Cilliers, Professor of Mineral Processing and Head of Department of Earth Science and Engineering in the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College London, will discuss techniques of industrial flotation, rather than simply laboratory or research curiosities. The talk (...)
Wednesday 13
17:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Exhibition Opening Exploring Ageing : Free exhibition opening Depth of Field: Exploring Ageing Website | More Information
This exhibition aims to challenge the way you view older adults. It will showcase the photographs and audio-narrated film of 14 residential care residents who volunteered their time and their stories to help educate us and health profession students. All welcome, RSVP to [email protected]

18:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Rebuilding Life with Mental Health Challenges: From therapy to education : This is the first in a series of UWA Social Work 50th Anniversary events Website | More Information
Our panelists include two of the foremost experts in the UK on Mental Health: Rachel Perkins OBE and Ron Coleman. The discussion will be facilitated by Associate Professor Maria Harries AM, Senior Honorary Research Fellow at UWA.

Brought to you by the School of Population Health and (...)
Thursday 14
11:00 - SEMINAR - Intellectual Property and Commercialisation for UWA Researchers More Information
Come and learn about Intellectual Property and Commercialisation at UWA.

This seminar will give an overview of

. Intellectual Property - what it is and why it's important

. Patenting - what you need to get a patent

. Developing your idea - including (...)

12:00 - SEMINAR - The long non-coding RNA NEAT1 in cell biology and paraspeckle function Website | More Information
Ruohan Li is a PhD student based at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. He completed his BSc (Hons) in Biomedical science from the University of Western Australia in 2009. After working in the field of plant biochemistry for a year, he then joined Dr. Archa Fox's laboratory to pursue (...)

13:10 - CONCERT - Lunchtime Concerts : Be transported from the everyday every Thursday in our free lunchtime concert series. Website | More Information
School of Music is proud to present: Vocal Consort

Tickets: Entry is free, no bookings required.

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Ninghan Pastoral Lease: Developing the History and Managing the Future and Well, Well, Well: The Water Management System of the Benedictines in Colonial Western Australia More Information
Ninghan Pastoral Lease: Developing the History and Managing the Future - Stephen Wells

This research proposal examines the links between oral history, archival research and material culture and how these sources of information can be used to "tell the story" of Ninghan Pastoral (...)
Friday 15
12:00 - SEMINAR - Economics Research Seminar : Pikettys Second Fundamental Law of Capitalist Economics and the Dynamics of the W-Y and s-g Ratios in Britain, 1210-2013 More Information
This paper constructs annual data for the aggregate wealth-income ratio, W-Y, and the savings-growth ratio, s-g, for Britain 1210-2013. The data are used to test one of Pikettys central hypotheses that the W-Y ratio is governed by the s-g ratios in the long run, while accounting for major events (...)

15:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: p-groups, Weyl modules, and maximal subgroups of linear groups More Information
Time and place: 15:00 Friday 15 May in Weatherburn LT.

Speaker: Stephen Glasby (University of Western Australia)

Title: p-groups, Weyl modules, and maximal subgroups of linear groups.

Abstract: Given a subgroup H of GL(d,p), there exists a d-generated p-group G (...)
Sunday 17
13:00 - SCREENING - The Ukrainians - Documentary Film : The story of the fraternity, the deeds and the betrayals. Website | More Information
The documentary depicts the struggles which took place at the Donetsk Airport and runs for 82 minutes. The film is in Ukrainian with English subtitles - a must watch! Admission: $15 per person for general public and $10 for teenagers and the university students, children 12 y.o. and younger - (...)
Monday 18
12:00 - - FREE DROP- IN DATA CLINIC More Information
Got a problem with data?

A "Drop-in" Data Clinic is being held on Monday 18th May from 12 - 1pm in the [email protected] Conference Room.

UWA researchers are invited to attend, to hear what data storage is available and how they can access this.

Researches will (...)

12:00 - EVENT - FREE DROP IN DATA CLINIC More Information
Got a problem with data?

A "Drop-in" Data Clinic is being held on Monday 18th May from 12 - 1pm in the [email protected] Conference Room.

UWA researchers are invited to attend, to hear what data storage is available and how they can access this.

Researchers will be (...)

13:00 - SEMINAR - To Sponge or Not to Sponge: Tool use among wild bottlenose dolphins in Shark Bay : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series More Information
The Seminar: For 28 years, Mann has been studying the dolphins of Shark Bay, including tool use with marine sponges. This is one of the best-studied cases of tool-use in cetaceans. About 4% of the population regularly uses tools. This talk explains why some dolphins use tools while others do not (...)
Tuesday 19
13:00 - SEMINAR - Could sunlight be harnessed to suppress the development of obesity? : School of Anatomy, Physiology & Human Biology Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: Obesity is a crucial health and economic problem for Australians. In recent studies, we have found that frequent skin exposure to a low non-burning dose of ultraviolet radiation reduced weight gain in mice fed a high fat diet. These findings were independent of circulating vitamin D (...)

13:00 - EVENT - Psychology Colloquium: Briony Swire-Thompson: "Correcting misinformation and the familiarity backfire effect." & Luke Strickland: "A Linear Ballistic Accumulator Model of Event-based Prospective Memory" More Information
Psychology Colloquium: The colloquium this week features two presentations from the recent Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference.

Presenter 1: Briony Swire-Thompson

Briony is a PhD candidate with the Cognitive Psychology Laboratories. Under the supervision of Dr (...)


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