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 May 2011
Monday 02
8:30 - SYMPOSIUM - Cell Signalling and Translational Medicine : Satellite Meeting of the 3rd Australia-China Biomedical Research Conference (ACBRC) More Information
Join researchers from across Australia and China for this fascinating insight into the importance of cell signalling and translational medicine. The four sessions, Novel Therapies and Genomic Information; Tissue Engineering and Bio-therapeutics; Molecular Targets for Metabolic and Degenerative (...)

8:45 - EVENT - A Day in the Life of an Environmental Science Student : Enjoy a day discovering what it's like to be an Environmental Science Student at UWA. More Information
‘A day in the life of an environmental science student’ gives WA secondary school students the opportunity to find out what studies in this field would be like at UWA.

Students will take part in a variety of workshops and demonstrations throughout the day that are designed to give them (...)

12:00 - PUBLIC TALK - SymbioticA Friday seminar with Bill Taylor: Composing Catastrophe Website | More Information
Composing Catastrophe: Robert Polidori’s Photographs in “After the Flood” and Comparative Visual Records of Post-Katrina New Orleans.

The form of cities, their design, and construction have long made it possible to think about human society, its representation and values. Likewise, the (...)

14:00 - GUIDED TOUR - Campus Tours : Prospective students are invited to tour the University. Website | More Information
Prospective students are invited to attend a guided tour of the University's Crawley campus. The tour also provides an opportunity to ask questions about courses and admission requirements.

Campus tours are for prospective students and their families and are not intended for the general (...)
Tuesday 03
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - The Screened Score More Information
In this Power of Music Seminar, Lindsay Vickery, Lecturer in Composition and Technology, WAAPA, ECU will be presenting a seminar entitled 'The Screened Score' an investigation of the compositional process.

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - UWA Business School Public Lecture – Pathways to Social Innovation with Professor Tina Dacin Website | More Information
Pathways to Social Innovation

Stan & Jean Perron Visiting Professor Tina Dacin, E. Marie Shantz Professor of Strategy and Organisational Behaviour Queen's School of Business, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She is the Director of the Queen's School of Business Centre (...)
Thursday 05
16:00 - CANCELLED - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Atmospheric anoxia: an Archean absolute (or even absolutely Archean)? Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.

This week's seminar by Dr Boswell Wing has now been cancelled due to unforeseen events.

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Dr Boswell Wing from Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill University will introduce the S MIF proxy for pO2 and (...)
Friday 06
19:30 - CONCERT - "Prayer" - Music for Japan earthquake disaster relief : Japanese Kimono Flutist "Momochiyo" and Taiko Drum group "Kaze No Ko" are offering a charity concert for earthquake victims of Japan. If you are interested in experiencing ethereal strains of Japanese flute music, the energetic rhythms of Japanese Taiko drums or if you would simply like to join us in helping those in need, please come along for this concert. Website | More Information
UWA Be with Buddha Society has organised a Japanese Music concert in efforts to raise funds for Japan disaster relief.

Kimono Flautist “Momochiyo” will share with us the hopeful spirit of Japan through her music, culture and memories, and Perth’s Taiko Drum group “Kaze No Ko” will (...)
Tuesday 10
10:00 - FUNDRAISER - Lunchtime Fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis : Visit us for a chat and to support Cystic Fibrosis WA. More Information
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is Australia’s most common, life threatening recessive genetic condition. 1 in 25 people are carriers of the CF gene. There is no cure. Support people living with cystic fibrosis by purchasing 65 Roses Day merchandise, visit our stall at lunchtime on Tuesday 10th and 17th (...)

17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - The relationship between musical training and literacy development Website | More Information
Adam Wigley, PhD Candidate, Schools of Music and Psychology, UWA presents his innovative research investigating ways in which music learning impacts on literacy skills in young children. Part of the Power of Music Seminar series.

18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE VALUE OF EDUCATION - Part 1 : is to build and strengthen one’s inner personality Website | More Information
The word educate is derived from educare (Latin), meaning to draw out, to bring out potential. Educational systems, the world over, are based on thrusting knowledge onto students, instead of drawing it out of them. As a result, students become well informed on one or more subjects. Such education (...)

19:30 - TALK - Friends of the Library talk : 19th Century Journal Accounts of Life Aboard Sailing Ships More Information
Diaries written by two great-great uncles as they sailed from Liverpool to Melbourne in 1854, together with a copy of the Daily Sick Book and Synopsis written by their father, Dr John Patchell, on a journey, as the ship’s surgeon, from Dublin to Sydney in 1839 provided Joan Robins with a wealth of (...)

19:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friends of the Library talk: Nineteenth Century Journal Accounts of Life Aboard Sailing Ships More Information
Diaries written by two great-great uncles as they sailed from Liverpool to Melbourne in 1854, together with a copy of the Daily Sick Book and Synopsis written by their father, Dr John Patchell, on a journey, as the ship’s surgeon, from Dublin to Sydney in 1839 provided Joan Robins with a wealth of (...)
Wednesday 11
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Making mental health top of mind Website | More Information
When hearing the term ‘mental health’, most people think of mental illness. A growing body of research demonstrates the ability of individuals to improve their mental health through a range of simple behaviours, but it is difficult to get people to engage with mental health as a topic and (...)

18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - THE VALUE OF EDUCATION - Part 2 : This is the second seminar in a two-part seminar series Website | More Information
Intelligence is acquired knowledge of a particular subject or subjects. But being knowledgeable in no way renders your intellect clear to think, reason and decide on matters pertaining to life. A person could be highly intelligent, yet impractical in day to day living. For example, a scientist may (...)

19:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Doctor of Medicine (MD) - information evening for secondary students More Information
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences will be hosting an evening for secondary students interested in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) course. Year 12 students who are interested in the MD are encouraged to attend. Parents and teachers welcome. Booking not required.
Thursday 12
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert Website | More Information
Dr Suzanne Wijsman presents a recital including works by Faure and Martinu.

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - The Arab's Third Awakening and Osama's Passing : Osama bin Laden’s death has followed the change in the Arab World and demands for greater democratization. What do these two devel- opments mean for the Muslim world? How will they affect global stability? What does it mean for Australia? Professor Amin Saikal will address these questions in his public address. Website | More Information
Professor Amin Saikal, Director of the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Australian National University will be giving a public lecture on Thursday May 12th,2011 at The University of Western Australia. He will discuss issues surrounding The Arab's third awakening and Osama's passing and (...)

18:30 - FREE LECTURE - FREE PUBLIC LECTURE "Huge Science Investment and Future Science in WA" : Learn of the planned LIGO-Australia gravitational wave observatory near Gingin valued at about $300 Million. More Information
Western Australia could soon be home to the biggest international science investment in Australia’s history. This would arrive in the form of a new Advanced Gravitational Wave Observatory, valued at about $300 Million. The observatory would combine the most precise mirrors and the largest vacuum (...)
Friday 13
15:00 - Colloquium - Shaping Tomorrow's World More Information
This week’s Colloquium will take a slightly different format from the usual. Instead of one presenter, we will have 4 members of a team present (Carmen Lawrence, Steven Smith, John Cook, and myself) who are the principals behind the project “Shaping Tomorrow’s World” at www.shapingtomorrowsworld.org (...)


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