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Displaying from Monday, December 26, 2011
 January 2012
Tuesday 17
9:00 - EVENT - The UWA Science Experience 2012 - APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW : Three days of science activities for high school students about to enter year 10 and year 11. Website | More Information
The Science Experience is a three-day program of events aimed at high school students about to enter Year 10 and year 11, and will be held at UWA from the 17th to the 19th of January 2012.

It aims to showcase the courses and facilities available to future students, and the multitude of (...)
Monday 23
9:00 - EVENT - Rasch Conference : Fifth International conference on probabilistic models for Measurement Website | More Information
The Graduate School of Education at UWA is hosting the Fifth International conference on probabilistic models for Measurement in Education, Psychology, Social Science and Health from 23 to 25 January 2012. The emphasis of the conference is on the Rasch model, named after the Danish mathematician (...)

18:30 - COURSE - Chinese Languages Courses-Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced & Business Chinese : 10 week course Website | More Information
The Confucius Institute will be running our 1st intake of our Chinese Language courses for the year. We offer an ongoing series of Chinese language classes from Beginners to Advanced levels and Business Chinese.

Our language courses are designed for those with an interest in travel (...)

 February 2012
Thursday 02
2:00 - PRESENTATION - Dr Holly Kerr Forsyth : an afternoon public presentation from this popular garden columnist More Information
Intrepid traveller, distinguished author and passionate gardener Dr Holly Kerr Forsyth recalls the highs and lows of her journeys to gardens rarely visited, including those in Iran. Cost: $10 includes afternoon tea to be paid at the door. (Cash Only)

15:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Beyond Humans: Art and the future evolution of the human species : Public talk with Ingeborg Reichle Website | More Information
In my paper I will present the exhibition "jenseits des menschen, beyond humans" I curated in 2010 for the Berlin Medical History Museum of the Charité, putting new works by the Berlin based artist Reiner Maria Matysik as part of the Interventions series on show, which was initiated in (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Another India: Land, Water and Rural Poverty Website | More Information
Discussion of India in the public sphere in Australia often focuses on the growth of the Indian economy, trade relations, and the emergence of India as a powerful economic and political actor within the international system. Less present in media and public discourse on India is consideration of (...)
Monday 06
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - No more needles – Nanopatch technology for a healthier world More Information
The dynamic inventor of the vaccine Nanopatch, Prof. Mark Kendall, will talk about the development and enormous potential of this revolutionary technology for vaccine delivery. You can also explore the Incredible Inner Space exhibition, which includes an amazing microscope image of the Nanopatch.
Wednesday 22
16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Where will the food come from in a hotter, more crowded world? Website | More Information
A Public Lecture by Dr Nina Fedoroff, Distinguished Professor, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology and Evan Pugh Professor, Penn State University.

The climate is warming. Water tables are falling around the world. Biodiversity is under ever-increasing pressure. The (...)
Monday 27
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Special Seminar : “Growing our future - the challenge and promise of the desert! Website | More Information
The coastal strip of Israel is densely populated and suffers from all the common drawbacks of densely populated areas: air, soil and groundwater pollution; high land prices; chronic traffic congestions; urban violence, etc. The Negev covers sixty per cent of Israel’s surface but is home to less (...)
Wednesday 29
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - A World of Opportunities: Social innovation in the international and Australian cultural sector Website | More Information
A Public Lecture by Vanessa Kredler, UNESCO.

This presentation will introduce the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) in Cairo, which is being developed under the auspices of UNESCO. The NMEC is an ambitious new museum project that will look at Egyptian civilization from (...)

 March 2012
Thursday 01
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Lunchtime Concert : Visiting Artist Adam Pinto (piano) More Information
A program of Impressionist Masterpieces including works by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Winthrop Singers Evensong : The Winthrop Singers perform evensong at St Thomas More College More Information
Our first evensong as guests in St Thomas More College. Come along to hear some quality choral music.

Responses: Rose Psalm 121 Canticles: Byrd Short Service Anthem: Mozart Ave verum corpus
Tuesday 06
17:30 - FREE LECTURE - Unsafe Haven, Hazaras In Afghanistan : Public Lecture by Mr. Abdul Karim Hekmat on Hazaras and their treatment in Afghanistan Website | More Information
Last November a 27 years old Hazara asylum seeker was about to be deported to Afghanistan. The Federal Magistrate Court put a temporary injunction against his forced removal because of ‘lack of procedural fairness.’ Now a legal challenge is underway in the High Court to determine the fate of all (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - America's Water Crisis and what to do about it : Trepidation and Inspiration for Western Australia Website | More Information
A public lecture by Robert J Glennon, The Morris K. Udall Professor of Law and Public Policy, Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona.

Australia and the United States are both facing a water crisis. Recent and severe droughts, especially in Western Australia and in Texas, have (...)
Wednesday 07
7:00 - EVENT - Breakfast by the Bay : Diversity - who benefits and does it matter? Website | More Information
Addressing true issues of diversity and employing leaders who are representative of an organisation's stakeholders can bring new voices, experiences and approaches to the decision making process, adding depth to existing skills and ideas.

Yet while the benefits of having diversity in an (...)

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - Arab Spring, Non-Arab reactions : Public Lecture by Professor Ehud Toledano on reactions by non-Arabs to the Arab Spring Website | More Information
Speaker Bio: Ehud Toledano is a Professor of Ottoman and Middle Eastern History, and the Director of the Graduate School of Historical Studies at Tel-Aviv University, Israel. Previously, he held the role as Head of the University’s History Department. He is a leading Israeli academic specializing (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Responding to Marine Disasters Website | More Information
Ocean disasters of the last decade have brought to public awareness the significant consequences and threat to life on earth posed by tsunamis, climate change and industry accidents. In this public lecture, three expert commentators will offer their expertise on the future of disaster management in (...)
Friday 09
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Caring and Sharing Cultural Heritage : Indigenous Art Collections - Mark Stewart and Pauline Williams in conversation at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery Website | More Information
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA Museums presents an informative lunchtime conversation this Friday 9 March, 1pm. This is a free public talk, all welcome.

University Art Collections play a vital role in the acquisition, presentation and interpretation of Indigenous art to a diverse (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost : Shakespeare's most literary comedy Website | More Information
‘These are barren tasks, too hard to keep, Not to see ladies, study, fast, not sleep!’

The beautiful Elizabethan style New Fortune Theatre at the University of Western Australia with its resident peacocks is the perfect setting for Shakespeare’s most beautifully lyrical play, Love’s (...)
Tuesday 13
20:00 - EVENT - Visiting Speaker : Clogs to Clogs in Three Generations More Information
Illustrated story of the rise and fall of the Boans Department Store, from its beginnings in 1895 to the Myer takeover in 1984. Will show the Jewish influence underpinning the company's commercial success.


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