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Displaying from Friday, July 01, 2011
 July 2011
Friday 01
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Science isn't about why, it's about why the hell not! : SymbioticA Friday seminar with Perth Artifactory members Website | More Information
The Artifactory is Perth's manifestation of the world-wide phenomenon of hackerspaces; free-form communities of "Makers" that band together to build their own robotic CNC tools, explore cutting edge DIY fabrication such as 3D printing, share electronics and crafting skills, and generally (...)
Tuesday 05
9:00 - EVENT - Knowledge and Value in a Globalising World : The largest anthropological conference in the southern hemisphere will take place at UWA from 5 - 8th July representing the IUAES (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences), the AAS (Australian Anthropological Society) and the ASAANZ (Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa / New Zealand). Website | More Information
Keynote speakers include Professor James Ferguson from Stanford University, and Professor Jean Comaroff from the University of Chicago. Plenary speakers include Distinguished Professor Dame Anne Salmond, Professor Alberto Gomes,and Professor Shiv Visvanathan.

11:00 - CONCERT - Waarnging Maar-Waarnging: The Mandelbrot Duo with Richard Walley : Composing and rehearsing new works in the Gallery Website | More Information
The Austrian-based classical Mandelbrot Duo team up with Western Australian Indigenous performer Richard Walley for the premiere of a new work for violin, cello and didgeridoo especially commissioned for the UWA WINTERArts Festival 2011 and to coincide with NAIDOC week. This collaboration brings (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Safe Storage of Radioactive Wastes: options and challenges Website | More Information
A free public lecture by Dr Lanru Jing, Senior Researcher, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.

The creation of huge quantities of high-level, long-lived radioactive waste is the most formidable problem facing the nuclear power industry today. Achieving safe storage of (...)
Wednesday 06
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Using Psychology to Reduce Energy Use More Information
An inescapable fact about our future – and growing - energy needs is that they can only be met by increasing supply and/or decreasing demand. The problems of climate change, air pollution and the expense of building new power generation mean that an exclusive focus on increasing supply, especially (...)
Friday 08
9:00 - COURSE - Aboriginal Health : Winter School 5-day intensive unit Website | More Information
Aboriginal Health begins with an examination of the impact of historical events on the health of present day Aboriginal communities.

The implications of the intercultural influences of Europeans on Indigenous populations are drawn.

Unit outline In this five-day unit, students (...)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - SymbioticA Friday Seminar with Choreographer Aimee Smith Website | More Information
"I am a choreographer and dance artist because of my interest in the capacity of art to makes sense of the world around us and the capacity of imagination to dream up the future. I hope, in some small way, that my art practice can contribute to the transformation of our world. This vision has (...)

19:30 - CONCERT - Requiem Website | More Information
Celebrate Bastille Day early with the 62nd Australian Intervarsity Choral Festival Choir!

This will be a concert not to be missed, featuring the Australian premiere of the Desenclos Requiem coupled with beautiful music composed by Fauré, Alain and Poulenc. The choir will be accompanied (...)
Sunday 10
9:00 - EVENT - Campus Challenge : This week long camp for Year 10, 11 and 12 students is a great opportunity to experience life at uni. More Information
Campus Challenge aims to provide high school students with the opportunity to experience different aspects of university life through participation in academic, sporting, recreational and social activities on campus at The University of Western Australia.

The main objective of the camp (...)

10:00 - EVENT - WA Visual Art Expo Website | More Information
Experience a unique and extensive showcase of visual arts from established and emerging WA artists. Artists and art lovers will come together to share their common interests and explore the styles and techniques of today's established and emerging artists. Supported by some of UWA and Perth's most (...)

19:00 - CONCERT - Waarnging Maar-Waarnging: The Mandelbrot Duo with Richard Walley Website | More Information
The visiting classical Mandelbrot Duo team up with Australian indigenous performer Richard Walley for the premiere of a new work for violin, cello and didgeridoo especially commissioned for UWA WINTERArts 2011 and to coincide with NAIDOC week.

The collaboration brings together three (...)
Monday 11
9:00 - CONFERENCE - AAEH XXII Conference Perth : Conference on the contradictory nature of Europe in modern times Website | More Information
The history of Modern Europe presents a multitude of disturbing contradictions. The Old Continent has engendered the most uplifting visions of human potential and the darkest dystopias in human experience. It has laboured to produce its colossal social, cultural and artistic heritage and has (...)
Tuesday 12
18:30 - COURSE - Chinese Language Courses (Intake 3) : Learning Mandarin Website | More Information
The Confucius Institute is running our third intake of our language programmes. Our language courses are designed for those with an interest in travel, business and friendship. Our teachers are qualified Chinese language teaching professionals with many years of experience.

19:00 - EVENT - Southern Oceans Suite and Galaxy : The Mandelbrot Duo Website | More Information
Focused around the theme of identity of place and origins, this concert by Austrian-based performer-composers The Mandelbrot Duo is a rich and engaging journey into the imaginative worlds of sound.

Southern Oceans Suite explores the oceanic region of the southwest coastline Australia (...)

19:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Friends of the Library talk: An Unusual Background for a Concert Pianist: Eileen Joyce’s childhood in the Goldfields More Information
Even after stripping away the romantic fiction that gathered around the story of Eileen Joyce through film and popular biography, the facts of her early life that would lead to an international concert career are quite extraordinary. They will be described in this talk.

About the Speaker< (...)
Wednesday 13
12:00 - LUNCH - Literary Lunch: The End of Longing with Professor Ian Reid Website | More Information
A delicious luncheon at the University Club of Western Australia will be the setting for a literary discussion with author Ian Reid, who will give an insight into his bitter-beautiful historical novel The End of Longing - a thrilling and lyrical novel about a confidence trickster, a restless woman (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Nasty males and choosy queens: Sexual reproduction in Social insects Website | More Information
The reproductive biology of social insects, being the social bees, ants, wasps and termites is truly spectacular, as a number of characteristics reported are either absent or very rare in other species. For example, social insect queens are the world’s record holder for long-term sperm storage and (...)
Friday 15
15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - THE NATURE OF VALUE : Free public talk presented by SymbioticA Website | More Information
What is “value”? What is “goodness” and “badness”? What does our only scientific theory of life have to say?

The mathematical logic of game theory shows that cooperation can evolve, as does the adaptationist logic of biology. Both kinds of logic rely on the assumption of optimality. In (...)

16:45 - SEMINAR - Climate Change and Sustainability: The Realities for Business in the 21st Century : Does a changing climate creates risks for business operations? Website | More Information
Climate change is fast becoming a business reality in many parts of the world, whether because of legislated carbon emission reduction plans (including carbon pricing), or because a changing climate creates risks for business operations. By examining the environmental, social and economic (...)
Tuesday 19
9:00 - EVENT - A Day in the Life of an Engineering Student : Enjoy a day discovering what it's like to be an Engineering Student. More Information
‘A day in the life of an Engineering Student’ gives year 10 and 11 students the opportunity to explore the different types of engineering currently available at UWA and to participate in a range of activities which will help to explain what engineering is and how it can be applied in the real world (...)


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