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Displaying from Wednesday, June 01, 2011
 June 2011
Thursday 02
17:00 - Colloquium - Australia in the Global Response to Climate Change : FREE PUBLIC LECTURE: Prof Ross Garnaut's Report to P.M. on Climate Change Review-Update 2011 Website | More Information
In November 2010, Ross Garnaut was commissioned to provide an update to the 2008 Climate Change Review for the Australian Government and community. Since then, the Garnaut Climate Change Review—Update 2011 has released a series of papers addressing developments across a range of areas including (...)
Friday 03
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Paediatric Exercise Science: UWA as a Global Centre of Excellence? Website | More Information
A lecture by Professor Gareth Stratton,a Healthway sponsored Visiting Fellow in Paediatric Exercise Science from Liverpool (UK).

This presentation will summarise Professor Stratton’s experiences in WA during his Healthway Fellowship. He will address the potential for world leading (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - SymbioticA Friday Seminar with Paul Thomas : Reflections on Matter Website | More Information
In this talk Paul Thomas will discuss his current processes and references looking at silver and the refraction of light. The talk will look at art historical connections with Silver which was the selected substrate researched at a nano level for structural and metaphorical reasons exploring its (...)
Tuesday 07
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Emotional Objects: Australian Feminism goes to the Museum Website | More Information
A free public lecture by Dr Margaret Henderson, senior lecturer at the University of Queensland and a consultant to the National Museum of Australia, advising on a modern Australian women’s movement collection.

For the last two decades or so Western women’s movements have been engaged in (...)
Wednesday 08
17:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Emotions and Modernity : With Peter N. Stearns, Provost and Professor of History, George Mason University Website | More Information
One of the initial spurs to historical work on emotion was a desire to explore the relationship between emotions and modern conditions. For several reasons, this approach has come under fire. This talk assesses the effort, including the criticisms, while urging that we return to the task. This (...)
Thursday 09
9:00 - CONFERENCE - 'Emotions in the Medieval and Early Modern World' : This international conference will explore the emotions in the medieval and early modern world, c500-1800, from a range of disciplinary, geographical, historical and cultural perspectives. Website | More Information
This conference is sponsored and supported by the UWA Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies; the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, the Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group, and the UWA Institute of Advanced Studies. REGISTRATION: https://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/conf/cmems11

16:00 - FREE LECTURE - 7th Australasian Development Economics Workshop @ UWA Business School - Keynote Speech : Can Entrepreneurship Programs Transform the Economic Lives of the Poor? Website | More Information
Microcredit programs are widely promoted by governments and non-governmental organisations in many developing countries, as a means to alleviate poverty through income generation activities. BRAC, which was established in 1972, is currently the largest non-governmental organisation operating in the (...)
Tuesday 14
19:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friends of the Library talk: Mary Durack, the Diarist More Information
Last year the diaries of Mary Durack were absorbed into the Battye archives. Of the thousands of documents that have passed through Patsy’s hands, she considers none as important for future scholars and researchers as this detailed and personal record covering so many aspects of the transitional (...)

19:45 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the Library talk : Mary Durack, the Diarist More Information
The talk 'Mary durack, the Diarist' reveals for the first time some of what might be discovered in these remarkable journals.
Wednesday 15
12:05 - AWARD CEREMONY - AWARD : Nominations for Mathematics Educator of the Year Website | More Information
Do you know an outstanding Mathematics educator? Nominations are now open for Mathematics Educator of the Year: Secondary and Mathematics Educator of the Year: Primary. Both award winners will receive $10,000 thanks to the Department of Education. Nominate someone now!

An overview of recent Department of Water work on water accounting and how it has driven the need to upgrade groundwater modelling systems and develop a best estimate abstraction dataset (BEAD) process. The presentation will cover the following:   1.Water accounting •       Scope of water (...)
Friday 17
15:00 - Colloquium - Not quite emotions: Sentiments that did not make the grade More Information
In our colloquium slot this week, we have a “special event” presentation by Professor David Konstan, whose visit is jointly sponsored by the UWA Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, and by the School of Psychology’s Centre for the Advancement of Research on Emotion.

Professo (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Vision Underwater: Beauty in The Eye of The Beholder : SymbioticA Friday seminar More Information
At least 540 million years ago, the first vertebrates appeared and survived in shallow, marine water bathed by sunlight with a spectral composition similar to the environmental conditions of the present day. Over this time, fishes have radiated into the largest vertebrate taxa and now occupy an (...)
Monday 20
16:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Open Public Lecture : Advancing research on the built environment and active living: working with policy makers and designing natural experiments Website | More Information
“Building Cities to Promote Health: Evidence to action” Professor Jim Sallis (San Diego, USA) Professor Jim Sallis is Director of The Active Living Research Centre at San Diego State University, which has received over US$27 million in funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to develop (...)
Wednesday 22
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Achieving More whilst Using Less: towards a Viable Future : The 2011 George Seddon Lecture Website | More Information
Professor Lyn Beazley, Chief Scientist of Western Australia will present the 2011 George Seddon Lecture - "Achieving More whilst Using Less: towards a Viable Future".

In the past our planet seemed to provide an inexhaustible source of water, food, energy reserves and minerals; (...)
Thursday 23
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Cyprus: A Fifty Year Old Republic at Risk? Website | More Information
This talk by Dr Van Coufoudakis, Rector Emeritus, University of Nicosia, Cyprus, will focus on the achievements and challenges facing the Republic of Cyprus after fifty years of independence.

The current state of the “Cyprus problem” will be examined in the context of the UN sponsored (...)
Friday 24
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Career Advisers Day 2011 : A workshop for career advisers involved in providing advice to students about tertiary education Website | More Information
Career Advisers Day 2011 - a workshop for career advisers and other secondary school staff involved in providing advice to students about tertiary education.

Registrations essential. Please click on the link below.

The focus of the day will be the 2012 course changes and what (...)

9:00 - EXHIBITION - Mid-Year Exhibition at Cullity Gallery : An exhibition of architecture and landscape architecture students’ work from Semester One, 2011. More Information
Winthrop Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Visual Arts, Simon Anderson invites interested members of the public to view an exhibition of architecture and landscape architecture students’ work from first semester this year. The display is a result of the (...)
Sunday 26
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Perth’s premier quarterly upmarket shopfront for the State’s talented artists, designers, stylists and gourmets Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares.

The market brings together over 150 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftspeople and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall.

Incorpo (...)
Monday 27
9:00 - EVENT - Food and Nutrition in Population Health : Winter School intensive unit Website | More Information
This unit introduces the principles of essential human nutrition with applications to public health. This unit will provide students with a basic introduction to food and nutrition as well as applications to public health. Applied topics include nutrition for different life stages; popular diets; (...)

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