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Displaying from Saturday, January 28, 2017
 January 2017
Saturday 28
9:00 - COURSE - GAMSAT Course: Live Science (Section 3) Review & Mock Exams by Gold Standard GAMSAT : Conquer GAMSAT Section 3 Through Problem-based Learning with an Experienced GAMSAT Expert! Website | More Information
Gold Standard GAMSAT will be running a GAMSAT course for 6 consecutive days from January 28 to February 2, 2017. Focus on the most frequently tested topics in the GAMSAT. Learn GAMSAT strategies from a medical doctor with 6 years of GAMSAT teaching experience and author of the Gold Standard GAMSAT (...)

 February 2017
Wednesday 15
12:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Raine Visiting Professor Lecture Series : Prof Brayne presents "Research fit for an Ageing, Challenged and Challenging, Global Society: a Public Health Perspective" More Information
Professor Carol Brayne is an internationally recognised leader in academic public health at University of Cambridge, UK. Professor Brayne has pioneered the study of dementia in the general population, launching two major longitudinal studies of the health and cognitive functioning of 30,000 older (...)
Monday 20
8:00 - EVENT - OWeek and ODay Wellness Pop Ups : Kick start your life at university with a FREE week of pilates, yoga and mindfulness on us! Website | More Information
Rise and Shine UWA Students! Start your day the right way, with UWA Sport Pop Up Yoga and Pilates. Join us afterwards for some healthy treats to give your brain a boost before the big day ahead!

Every morning this O-Week!

When: Monday 20 - Friday 24 February, 8–9am.


 March 2017
Wednesday 08
17:15 - EVENT - MBA Information Session : Join us at our MBA Information Evening Website | More Information
Immerse yourself in the State’s most influential professional network when you enrol in an MBA at The University of Western Australia. Build connections with industry leaders, undertake a world class leadership development program and gain the tools to transform your career.

Join us at (...)
Thursday 09
16:15 - PUBLIC TALK - Lecture by Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ms Margaret Adamson Website | More Information
High Commissioner of Australia to Pakistan Ms Margaret Adamson will speak on contemporary Pakistan and Australia-Pakistan relations.

WHEN: 9 March 2017

TIME: 4.15pm - 6pm

VENUE: Fox Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, University of Western Australia

ENTRY: (...)
Thursday 16
16:00 - SEMINAR - Legalizing Authoritarianism in Egypt Website | More Information
CMSS Seminar Series: Religion, State and Society

Legalizing Authoritarianism in Egypt

By Dr Amr Hamzawy, American University in Cairo and Cairo University

DATE: Thursday, 16 March 2017 TIME: 4.00pm – 6pm WHERE: Fox Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, The University of (...)
Monday 27
11:00 - LAUNCH - Is Your Heart Healthy? : Free Heart Screening and Launch of Healthy Hearts Exercise Program Website | More Information
UWA Exercise and Performance Centre (located at the southern end of campus within the school of Sport Science Exercise and Health) is offering FREE HEART SCREENING. This includes blood pressure testing, resting heart rate, spirometry (lung function) and body mass index (BMI). PLEASE EMAIL OR (...)
Thursday 30
16:00 - PUBLIC TALK - McCusker Centre for Citizenship: What it means to be a 'Good Citizen' : Panel discussion on active citizenship at City Of Perth Library Website | More Information
Please join us for a moderated panel conversation about what it means to be a "good citizen" in Australia today.

- Adrian Fini OAM, Managing Director, Fini Group and 2016 Western Australian of the Year

- Professor Dawn Freshwater, Vice-Chancellor, The University of (...)

 April 2017
Saturday 08
9:30 - EVENT - Inaugural Convocation Conversation : Reflections on the 2017 State Election - an informed view from Peter Kennedy Website | More Information
As a highly respected political journalist, UWA graduate Peter Kennedy’s expertise makes him one of the most informed political commentators in the nation. He has observed the 2017 State Election with more than usual interest. The decline of the Barnett Liberal Government, its feisty relations with (...)
Saturday 22
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Read with Speed : Double your reading speed and improve your comprehension! Website | More Information
Learn in this most popular course, how to quickly process the large amount of written information we all deal with in our lives, from reading for leisure, to business activities or academic studies. Learn the skills to increase your reading speed significantly as well as improve your comprehension (...)
Saturday 29
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Interpersonal Communication Skills : The key to healthy and fulfilling relationships! Website | More Information
"It's not what you say, but how you say it" The key to healthy and fulfilling relationships is effective communication. This means being able to say what you need to say and being able to hear what you need to hear. This workshop will be useful to those who want to improve their ability (...)

 May 2017
Wednesday 10
17:00 - FREE LECTURE - Dance Dance Evolution: How humans found their groove Website | More Information
Humans are really good at moving in time. Our knack for rhythmic synchronisation sets us apart from much of the animal world, aside from a few notable exceptions (parrots, sea lions, dolphins and possibly some other primates). Evolution is a tough business, and specialised cognitive abilities (...)
Thursday 18
17:30 - PUBLIC TALK - The Global Rise of Populism : A public forum and Q&A with academics from the School of Humanities and the School of Social Sciences at the University of Western Australia Website | More Information
Nigel Farage’s Brexit, Donald Trump’s presidency and Pauline Hanson’s comeback to Australian politics have all been labelled examples of populism. What was unthinkable a few years ago has become a reality. The revival of nationalism, xenophobia, economic and political isolationism and the mistrust (...)
Thursday 25
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Fisheries and Global Warming: Impacts on marine ecosystems : Professor Daniel Pauly takes a historical look at fisheries, and comments on the current challenges of global food security Website | More Information
The period following the Second World War saw a massive increase in fishing effort, particularly in the 1960s. However, crashes due to this overfishing began to be reflected in global catch trends in the 1970s, and intensified in the 1980s and 1990s. In response, the industrialised countries of the (...)

 June 2017
Thursday 01
9:30 - FREE LECTURE - Legal responses to domestic and family violence: Gendered aspirations and racialised realities : A public lecture by Dr Heather Nancarrow CEO, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited (ANROWS). Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Dr Heather Nancarrow will examine the data on domestic and family violence through a legal lense. The lack of an intersectional policy analysis, which would consider race, class and gender, has resulted in unintended negative consequences of civil domestic violence laws in (...)
Tuesday 13
13:00 - PRESENTATION - Talking Allowed: Culture Jamming the Perth Modern School Relocation Proposal : This presentation examines a new way for law and visualization to intersect Website | More Information
Culture Jamming is defined as a movement that mixes politics with graffiti, and satire with paint. Said by some to scramble “... the signal, injects the unexpected, and spurs audiences to think critically and challenge the status quo”, this presentation examines a new way for law and visualization (...)

19:00 - TALK - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : “Missionaries, Adventurers, Laborer’s and Intellectuals”: Italians in WA before mass migration More Information
About the talk

Australia has received large numbers of migrants from the two great diasporas of modern times: Italians and Chinese. The latest census shows that the most widely spoken languages in Australia, after English, are Chinese and Italian. However while we are all aware of the (...)
Saturday 17
10:00 - EVENT - UT Presents: 'The Wind in the Willows' : A charming, classic tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation Website | More Information
This is a charming, classic tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation - starring Shaka Cook (Jasper Jones). Kenneth Grahame’s rollicking tale of four woodland creatures is one of the true enduring classics of children’s literature and writer/director team Maxine Mellor and (...)
Sunday 18
10:00 - EVENT - Feeding the Future event : Students, staff and community are invited to see some of UWA's pioneering work and find out about careers of the future. Website | More Information
Our world-leading researchers tackle global, regional and local issues. One example is advancing research to feed the world. Despite the significant progress made over the last two decades, more than one billion people around the world still go hungry every day. UWA will host Feeding the Future to (...)
Thursday 22
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Mining-Induced Seismicity: the importance of tiny (and not so tiny) earthquakes Website | More Information
A public lecture by Margaret Boettcher, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of New Hampshire.

Mining-induced seismicity poses significant risks to local communities and to resource production. Yet, these earthquakes also provide the unique scientific opportunity to access (...)

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