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Today's date is Saturday, August 15, 2020
External events held at UWA
 January 2019
Thursday 31
8:30 - CONFERENCE - TLF2019 Teaching and Learning Forum - GET INVOLVED : WA Teaching and Learning Forum 2019 (31/01/2019 - 01/02/2019) Website | More Information
The 2019 TLF committee invites you to get involved with the 27th Teaching and Learning Forum.

The Forum has a tradition of bringing together educators from across the higher education sector to share, challenge and develop their ideas about teaching and learning. In 2019 the theme is “Vision & Voice”, which can be applied at the practitioner, university and national level.

The Forum website contains detailed information, including the call for submissions and registration link.

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Public Lecture: Management and Innovation : This free public lecture delivered by Professor Isabella Grabner from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and presented by the UWA Business School explores the topic: Incentives for Creativity. Website | More Information
This free public lecture delivered by Professor Isabella Grabner from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and presented by the UWA Business School explores the topic: Incentives for Creativity. Professor Grabner draws on her research to show how modern companies combine incentives, budgetary controls, and promotion opportunities to drive innovation and creativity.

 February 2019
Monday 18
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Study Abroad and Student Exchange Information Session : Important for all SESA students More Information
This session is important for all undergraduate and postgraduate SESA students to ensure that you have received additional information to assist you in meeting the requirements of your course.


11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - International Information Session : Information to assist you in meeting the requirements of your course and discover the support and services available Website | More Information
This session is important for all undergraduate and postgraduate international students to ensure that you have received additional information to assist you in meeting the requirements of your course and discover the support and services available to international students.

11:00 - EVENT - Mature Age Information Sessions : Informational sessions for mature-age students Website | More Information
Informational sessions for mature-age students. Students will be introduced to the UWA library and the university's online systems. This is also a good opportunity for students to meet other mature-age students.


12:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Student Expo : Opportunity to speak with staff and seek further information on any key services and supports More Information
Students can visit the Oak Lawn for an opportunity to speak with staff and seek further information on any key services and supports including StudySmarter, Careers Centre, Global Learning Office, Overseas Health cover and a number of banks - should you wish to open an account.

14:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Meet Your UniMentor : An opportunity to meet up with a senior student (UniMentor) from your faculty and other students new to their studies at UWA. Website | More Information
This is your opportunity to meet up again with a senior student (UniMentor) from your faculty and other students new to their studies at UWA. Your UniMentor will take you on a campus tour and assist you through your Faculty/School's activities throughout your Faculty Orientation day.

15:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Discover Your Campus : Campus Tour Website | More Information
Explore the UWA Campus and meet other students new to their studies at UWA. You will be taken on a tour by a senior student (UniMentor) from your faculty.

16:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Welcome Ceremony : Official welcome to the University of Western Australia Website | More Information
This event is your official welcome to the University by the University Executive, the Guild President, and includes a Noongar Welcome to Country. This is a great opportunity for you to meet other students commencing their studies in 2018.
Tuesday 19
15:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Get your ducks in a row! : Provides a taste of what to expect during your time at UWA Website | More Information
All new students are strongly encouraged to attend this session to get you started at UWA. The session provides you with key information and activities to get you connected to UWA online resources, study and social supports and provides a taste of what to expect during your time at UWA. If you have any burning questions, this is where you can ask them.
Wednesday 20
9:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Student Excursion: IKEA & Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Trip : Pick up essentials to take some stress out of settling in to your new accommodation. Website | More Information
We're off to IKEA and Lakeside Joondalup, so why not come and explore with us! Students new to Perth find this a convenient and worthwhile trip to pick up essentials to take some stress out of settling in to your new accommodation. In the past students have purchased desks, clothes drying racks, washing baskets, indoor plants and mattresses.

Cost: Free!

To register or for more information about this and other trips, please visit our Social Activities and Excursions webpage.

*Registrations for this trip closes Tuesday 19th February 12pm or if trip is full.

15:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Get your ducks in a row! : Provides a taste of what to expect during your time at UWA Website | More Information
All new students are strongly encouraged to attend this session to get you started at UWA. The session provides you with key information and activities to get you connected to UWA online resources, study and social supports and provides a taste of what to expect during your time at UWA. If you have any burning questions, this is where you can ask them.
Friday 22
9:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Late Enrolments & Cas Drop-in Session Website | More Information
This session is for new students who require in-person assistance with their enrolment through studentConnect or in using our Class Allocation System (CAS)

 March 2019
Tuesday 12
19:30 - EVENT - Friends of the Library : ‘Brom’ and ‘Tom’ : Philatelists “Coincidences and Connections in our Collections” More Information
Brian Pope was President of the Musicians Union and Principal Bassoon in the WA Symphony Orchestra when he developed a noise-induced hearing loss and had to retire in 1978.

At Murdoch University, 1979 -1990, his M. Phil thesis was titled ‘Postal Services in Western Australia: 1826-1901: The Growth of an Organisation’.

He is an Honorary Associate of the WA Museum and, as a volunteer, has tended their stamp collections for over forty years. His The Philatelic Collection of the Western Australian Museum was published in 1991 and awarded a Vermeil Medal at ‘PHILA NIPPON’ in Tokyo and at ‘GRANADA’ in Spain, in 1992.

Brian was awarded the E.M.Hasluck Medal in 1985 and the Australian Philatelic Order Research Award in 1997. The Royal Philatelic Society of Victoria made him a Fellow in September 2012.

He has exhibited competitively at local, Australian, and International exhibitions, receiving Gold Medals at ‘AmeriStamp’ in Toronto, April 2006 and at ‘EFIRO’ in Bucharest, June 2008, for ‘The Half-penny Postage Stamps of Western Australia, 1884-1912’.

Brian is a foundation member and former Secretary of the WA Study Group formed in 1974 and has edited and produced the Black Swan, quarterly, since March 1979.

Brian and Joan met in 1954 at a Uni Dramatic Society audition, married the following year and have become well-used to ‘finding research things’ for each other’s projects. Their house is a treasure trove of family histories, theatre, music and movement education interests and general paraphernalia which ‘often comes in handy’. Together with friends in music, theatre and dance, they instigated the Festivals for Children in 1965, “CATS” (Children’s Activities Times Society).

Currently Deputy Warden, stepping down after four years, Joan was Warden of Convocation during the lead up to the 75th Anniversary, has gathered information on the Dramatic Society (est. 1917); the early years Convocation in Irwin Street and students, staff and Convocation members’ involvement with the Great War. This with Brian’s help, corrected omissions and errors in the University Honour Board. The Armistice exhibition in the Colonnade Gallery at the University Club, is on display until Anzac Day.

Joan was the first student in Arts to enrol in Music 1 (1954). BA., Dip. Ed., (UWA); B.Ed., M.Ed. (ECU); Diplôme Supérieur, Dalcroze Eurhythmics (Geneva). Her PhD (Monash) researched the history in Australasia of Dalcroze Eurhythmics 1918-1928 and gained ASME Callaway Music Education Award. Honoured with an OAM for ‘services to the creative arts’; Centenary Medal of Federation; UWA Chancellor’s Medal; AUSDANCE National Award for ‘services to dance education’; Fellow of ACHPER (Physical Education, Recreation and Dance), Joan was the inaugural recipient of the Australia Council’s Community Arts Travel Fellowship (1980) and co-awardee of the WA Govt. Women’s Fellowship (1984) for research in Arts, Education and Leisure Activities for Older Women.

“Just as well we didn’t throw out those old magazines. Thank goodness our parents saved things and we can recycle facts … we hesitate to think what the grandchildren will do with all the stuff.”

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Wednesday 20
17:30 - EVENT - Panel: Migrant and Refugee Health : Harmony Week Event - Panel discussion of health issues for migrants and refugees in WA focussing on social aspects of health. Website | More Information
Migrants to Australia often experience diverse health and mental health needs which may not be met by mainstream services. Addressing such needs involves understanding complex social and cultural specifics. Instead of treating people as generic bodies, a social approach to health recognises that individual and collective histories, migration stories, settlement conditions, cultural practices and social positioning affect health outcomes. Taking social perspectives into account can help us ensure inclusive health and mental healthcare. So what are the key issues? And what are the solutions? Essential by registering online at https://bit.ly/migrant-health-uwa by Monday 18 March 2019
Thursday 21
12:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - ‘So what do we mean by multiculturalism anyway?’ : Harmony Week Event - Panel discussion about Multiculturalism Website | More Information
Panel discussion on multiculturalism theory, multiculturalism in Australia vs the rest of the world and discussing how successful multiculturalism is in 21st Century Australia. The conversation will be followed by an audience Q&A. Snacks provided. With the support of: UWA Alumni, the UWA CaLD Inclusion and Diversity Working Group and Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
Sunday 24
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Discover Perth's best design market at UWA Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s original and best design market, featuring more than 180 of Perth's most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and foodies all at The University of Western Australia's Winthrop Hall.

There is something for everyone, including a Junior Upmarket section in Hackett Hall which showcases all the best local designers for kids' clothing, toys, games and decor. Have a browse through the gourmet section to inspire your inner Masterchef, shop original locally designed homewares or find the perfect gift for someone special. Then enjoy a coffee or lunch relaxing on the beautiful lawns around Winthrop Hall.

DETAILS: Sunday 24th March 2019 Sunday 23rd June 2019 Sunday 15th September 2019 Sunday 24th November 2019

Time: 10am-4pm
 Venue: The University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall
 Parking and entry free, venue is easily accessible, 3 ATMs on site
 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
Website: www.perthupmarket.com.au Facebook.com/perthupmarket
Friday 29
18:00 - EVENT - Free Film The Body Who Harnessed the Wind : Harmony Week Event free film Website | More Information
Free screening sponsored by Malawian Association and UWA Africa Research and Engagement Centre, of The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, a 2019 British drama film written, directed by and starring Chiwetel Ejiofor in his feature directorial debut. 6pm for African Potluck Dinner (bring an African Dish); 7pm Movie starts. More information about the film at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Boy_Who_Harnessed_the_Wind

 April 2019
Saturday 06
10:00 - EVENT - Art Upmarket : Connecting art lovers with WA's best artists Website | More Information
Art Upmarket is all about connecting art lovers with Perth’s best artists. Meet the artists and purchase art directly from them on the day. Fill your home with local art. The market will showcase a curated selection of more than 50 of Perth’s most talented artists in Winthrop Hall. Saturday 6th April 2019 – 10am-4pm Free entry and parking. Venue is easily accessible 
Venue: The University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall Undercroft 

35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
Website: www.perthupmarket.com.au Facebook.com/perthupmarket #artupmarket
Tuesday 09
19:00 - TALK - Friends of the library : The Panorama of Constantinople by Melchior Lorck Website | More Information
Dr. Nigel Westbrook trained in architecture in Melbourne, and later at the Architecture Association in London, where he was exposed to the rich architectural history of Europe. He had a career as a practising architect in London and Melbourne before crossing over to the University of Western Australia to take up a position in the Architecture school in 1993. He is now an Associate Professor, teaching and researching in architectural history and theory, and Associate Head (Research) at the School of Design. Overseas studio teaching (1994-1997) in Greece and Turkey led to an interest in the cultural exchanges between the Middle East and the West, and commencement of a PhD on the subject of the Classical survivals in the Byzantine Great Palace in Constantinople, now Istanbul, as the song goes. He is currently completing a book that grew out of the PhD, another co-edited book on Late Antique palaces, and a third, jointly written book on modern architecture and heritage in Iran, from the late 1960s to the late 1990s. All three books examine the subject of cultural exchanges. In the course of searching for documents that describe the transition from Byzantine to Ottoman culture in Istanbul, Nigel came across a mid-sixteenth century manuscript drawn by a Danish artist, Melchior Lorck, which depicts the city as it existed in 1559, a century after the Ottoman conquest. The book has proven to be a treasure trove of documentary evidence for long-disappeared monuments in the city.

In his talk, Nigel will discuss how the artist encountered the city, what his tools of the trade would have been, and what the manuscript, a panoramic view some 12 metres long, tells us about this fascinating and ancient city.

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