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Displaying from Monday, October 10, 2011
 October 2011
Monday 10
18:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Composing the self: The therapeutic benefits of song-writing in adjusting to adversity Website | More Information
Dr Felicity Baker is well known for her extensive research in the field of music therapy. In this lecture Dr Baker explores how therapeutic songwriting assists clients to manage their reactions to adversity. By creating songs in a therapeutic relationship, clients begin to address psychosocial (...)
Tuesday 11
13:00 - FREE LECTURE - Can We Make Low Carbon Cities? : A guest speaker event with sustainability expert Peter Newman Website | More Information
Join Peter Newman, one of Australia's leading sustainability experts and Curtin's Professor of Sustainability as he discusses the possibility of a low carbon city for the future.

Peter has worked extensively in the field reviving and extending Perth's rail system, serving as the (...)

18:15 - PUBLIC LECTURE - How to supersize exercise: Lessons from mad men, freakonomics and the Marlboro Man Website | More Information
Professor Karim Khan is a renaissance man of sports medicine; Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Sports Medicine, prolific author, plenary speaker, and editor of the seminal text: "Clinical Sports Medicine", now in its 4th edition. An inveterate traveller on the world stage (...)

19:45 - VISITING SPEAKER - Friends of the Library Speaker : A Personal Perspective of Perth Theatre -"Ancient & Modern" More Information
Anthony Howes looks back on his theatre career in Perth from the 60's through to present day, also focusing on Perth's oldest, continuous youth theatre: The Midnite Youth Theatre Company
Wednesday 12
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Hope for Humanity: Seeds of planetary transformation Website | More Information
It’s hard to maintain hope for the future of our civilization in the face of the flood of bad news in the media. But without hope, there is no hope.

It has been estimated that over a million organizations worldwide are working to change hearts and minds, create global networks of (...)

17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Gender Equality in Islam- A public lecture by Nina Nurmila : No RSVP required! All welcome! More Information
Muslim feminists argue that there are at least two factors that contribute to the women’s subordination in Muslim societies. First, patriarchal interpretations of the Qur’an which tend to subordinate women and blur the Qur’anic message of gender equality. Second, many Muslims cannot differentiate (...)

19:30 - Interactive Panel Discussion - Q&A: Adventures in Mental Health : SPAMH's Inaugural Question and Answer Panel Discussion Website | More Information
Got some Questions? Want some Answers? Come join us in Mental Health Week to pick the brains of our diverse panel of experts at SPAMH's inaugural Q&A event: Adventures In Mental Health. No issue is off-limits! Stalls from 7pm, Q&A from 7.30pm. Light supper provided. Dress code is smart (...)
Thursday 13
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert: Haydn String Quartets Website | More Information
The second concert in the series in which UWA students present the Opus 20 string quartets of Haydn

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - PUBLIC TALK : Why does Alzheimer’s disease matter and what are we doing about it? More Information
Although there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease at present, medical research has been improving our understanding of the condition and has been exploring new treatment alternatives. And without medical research, no advance in this area will be possible. In this lecture, Professor David Ames will (...)
Friday 14
9:00 - SEMINAR - Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series: A search for marine bacterial quorum quenching compounds : Final PhD Seminar More Information
Ms Jamie Summerfield, postgraduate student (PhD), will give a talk on a search for marine bacterial quorum quenching compounds in the Microbiology & Immunology Discipline Seminar room, Friday, 14 October 2011 at 9:00am. Bacteria use a process called quorum sensing to communicate with each other (...)

12:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Interconnections: a constellation of influences and expressions : A. Professor Jon Tarry presents a floor talk on Recent Past: Australian paintings of the 70s and 80s More Information
A. Professor, Jon Tarry, will discuss the art works in Recent Past as explorations of the 70s and 80s Australian vernacular which focussed on the local, the everyday, and the 'here and now' of the times. Much of this has been replaced today by internationalism, and a desire to seek out Otherness (...)
Saturday 15
12:00 - FUNDRAISER - Relay for Life @ UWA : The Cancer Council Relay For Life at UWA is a Guild Volunteering student run event for campus and community Website | More Information
The Cancer Council Relay for Life at UWA is a Guild Volunteering run event. In it's inaugural year in 2010 [email protected] raised over $100,000 for The Cancer Council and we hope to go above and beyond that this year. The event will be held on the 15th and 16th of October. We require as many teams and (...)
Monday 17
9:00 - COURSE - SHORT COURSE : Explosion Modelling and Blast Resistant Design and Analysis Website | More Information
Students will hear from several speakers including the President of GexCon Australia. GexCon is a leading, global consultancy in fire and explosion safety. Day one of the program will discuss the topics; explosion effects, Explosion fundamentals, structural response analysis and design, explosion (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - 2011 Ian Constable Lecture - Now, free, and perfect? : How to live a long and healthy life in the 21st century Website | More Information
The 2011 Ian Constable Lecture will be given by Professor Ian Frazer FAA, FRS, CEO and Research Director, Translational Research Institute.

Australians born in 2011 can expect to live to see the 22nd century, but how can we ensure that they will enjoy their 90+ years of life? Professor (...)

18:00 - EVENT - Ian Constable Lecture : Annual IJC Lecture with Guest Speaker Website | More Information
The 2011 Ian Constable lecture will address the topic; “Now, free, and perfect? How to live a long and healthy life in the 21st century.”

This will be presented by Professor Ian Frazer, the internationally renowned co-creator of the technology for the cervical cancer vaccine and former (...)
Tuesday 18
1:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Lunch on the Verandah : Launch of the new UWA Museums Student Committee More Information
Students and staff, bring your lunch and meet the new UWA Museums Student Committee on the verandah of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery. Hear about the committee's plans for future events to be held in conjunction with the gallery. After lunch enjoy a tour of the gallery's current exhibition led by (...)

9:00 - COURSE - SHORT COURSE : Explosion Modelling and Blast Resistant Design and Analysis Website | More Information
Students will hear from several speakers including the President of GexCon Australia. GexCon is a leading, global consultancy in fire and explosion safety. Day one of the program will discuss topics including Ignition sources, blast mitigation and control and will include a practical session (...)

12:30 - OPEN DAY - 'Whole-farm Carbon Emission' Field Day : Showcasing programs related to on-farm green house gas mitigation and adaptation Website | More Information
The Field Day showcases the 'Reducing Emissions from Livestock Program' focusing on the measurement and modelling of emissions on-farm. On display will be the latest technology for measuring in-field emissions, with experts to explain how it works, as well as information about emission profiles (...)
Wednesday 19
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Towards a better understanding of aquatic environments: a real-time management system tool. Website | More Information
Recent advances in environmental monitoring and modelling have led to improved knowledge on how aquatic environments function. The Centre for Water Research at The University of Western Australia has developed a software suite, the Aquatic Real-time Management System and the Real-time Management (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - The Hubble Space Telescope Website | More Information
It’s been nearly two decades since the Hubble Space Telescope began giving us its awe inspiring view of the cosmos. The images it has sent back to Earth have revolutionised astrophysics and inspired people all over the globe, both in terms of scientific understanding and pure artistic beauty.
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