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Displaying from Saturday, August 17, 2013
 August 2013
Saturday 17
10:00 - FUNDRAISER - Zumbathon 4 Telethon : Shake your booty for charity More Information
Get grooving to the charity beat with Zumbathon. Shake youre booty for Telethon at the UWA Recreation and Fitness Cemtre, Saturday 17 August from 10am-2pm (come for as long or as little as you like). Professional instructors will be on hand to show you the moves so you can lose yourself in the (...)
Sunday 18
15:00 - PERFORMANCE - Keyed Up! Roy Howart : Continuing in the Keyed Up! tradition, the School of Music is proud to host internationally distinguished artists in 2013. Indulge your senses in the renowned acoustic of the Callaway Music Auditorium and give your Sunday afternoons a new dimension! Website | More Information
Roy Howat is internationally renowned as both a pianist and scholar whose concerts, broadcasts and lectures regularly take him worldwide. A graduate of King's College, Cambridge, he made a special study of French music in Paris with Vlado Perlemuter, and is one of few British artists repeatedly (...)
Monday 19
7:00 - CANCELLED - EVENT - ISS Health and Wellbeing Month : Attention All International Students! A month of fun and health awaits you! Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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International Student Services will be launching its Health and Wellbeing Month at UWA next Monday, 19th August.

The event will kick start with FREE weekly yoga/pilates classes starting on (...)
Tuesday 20
13:00 - EVENT - The Raine Study : A Unique WA resource for health and medical researchers More Information
The prospective longitudinal design of the Raine Study allows causal pathways of complex conditions such as cardiovascular, respiratory and psychiatric disease to be investigated. The Raine Study has already contributed to scientific research in many ways and led to novel discoveries across a range (...)

13:00 - Colloquium - The Raine Study – A unique West Australian resource for health and medical researchers. : The Raine Study is one of the largest successful prospective cohorts of pregnancy, childhood, adolescence and now young adulthood in the world. More Information
The Seminar:The Raine Study is one of the largest successful prospective cohorts of pregnancy, childhood, adolescence and now young adulthood in the world. It began in 1989 at King Edward Memorial Hospital with the recruitment of 2,900 pregnant women in early pregnancy. These families were (...)

17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Roy Howat and Paul Wright: Impressionism, Violin & Piano Website | More Information
The UWA School of Music Tuesday Seminar series runs every week in the Tunley Lecture Theatre (G5) at 5.00 pm. The series mixes visiting lecturers and presenters with presentations by the School's own research students at Honours, Masters and Doctor level. The focus and topic of presentations (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Objects of social change : the women's movement and things that liberate Website | More Information
A public lecture by Professor Alison Bartlett, Gender Studies, The University of Western Australia.

What kinds of objects can be said to have changed the world? This lecture investigates the associations between materiality and memory, the ways that material culture shapes our lives (...)
Wednesday 21
16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents : An Impressionist Account of Water Pollution in China with Allusions to Mel Gibson’s Apocalyto. Website | More Information
After presenting a brief introduction and overview (based mainly on journalistic and secondary source articles), I rapidly show a succession of mostly web images picturing China's water pollution.

Stills from Mel Gibson's movie Apocalyto are gradually introduced to weave a comparison (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Creativity, sleep and dreams: cross-cultural explorations Website | More Information
A public lecture by Katie Glaskin, Associate Professor of Anthropology, The University of Western Australia.

In Western thought, we generally understand dreams to occur ‘in the mind’. Anthropological studies show that what are understood as dreams in Western culture may be understood (...)
Thursday 22
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - FREE Lunchtime Concert : Patricia Alessi (mezzo soprano) & Marian Nelson (soprano) Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm

18:00 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: Professor Dr Eric Sijbrands : Cardiovascular genetics: clinical entity or just science? Website | More Information
Eric Sijbrands is Professor of Internal Medicine at the Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He heads the disciplines of pharmacology, vascular and metabolic diseases, and cardiovascular genetics.

After obtaining his qualification as a medical doctor in 1990 (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - From Continental to Regional: transforming the scales of climate projection : The 2013 Joseph Gentilli Memorial Lecture Website | More Information
A lecture by Professor Andrew J. Pitman, Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, University of New South Wales.

The report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in 2007, stated that there is “considerable confidence that climate models provide (...)

19:00 - PUBLIC TALK - UWA Extension - How we can shape our minds : Presented by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young Website | More Information
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is recognised as the creator of one of the first practical treatment applications utilising the principles of neuroplasticity. She will share with you her personal journey of discovery, driven by her hunt for a solution to her own debilitating learning disorders.

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Friday 23
19:30 - EVENT - Artistry! Innovation Website | More Information
Be part of this special performance featuring Australia’s own mezzo-soprano Caitlin Hulcup, who returns to Perth as part of a unique UWA Artist in Residency program. Based in Vienna, Caitlin has appeared at leading opera houses including Wiener Staatsoper, Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Royal Opera (...)
Saturday 24
10:00 - SEMINAR - History Professional Development Sessions for Teachers : For Primary and Secondary Teachers Website | More Information
The seminars are designed to assist primary and secondary school History teachers in navigating the transition from the Western Australian Curriculum to the Australian Curriculum.
Monday 26
12:00 - EVENT - Global Fair Week Website | More Information
"This coming week AIESEC UWA is bringing four days of culture, food and entertainment onto the UWA campus! The Global Fair aims to give students an opportunity to experience cultures from around the world and promotes a willingness to continue discovering and understanding different cultures.
12:00 - SEMINAR - Medical Research Seminar Series : Regulator of G protein Signalling 5 and Vascular Remodelling Website | More Information
LIWA invites you to a free seminar on: "Regulator of G protein Signalling 5 and Vascular Remodelling" by Prof Ruth Ganss, Head of Angiogenesis and Tumor Immunology Research, Western Australian Institute for Medical Research. A light lunch will be served from 12.00pm with a 12.30pm – 1.30pm (...)

13:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - What Good is Christianity? : A UWA Chaplain's International Lecturer, Dr Mangalwadi brings experience and research to shed light on western culture. Website | More Information
What GOOD is Christianity? How would Australia look without it? Dr Vishal Mangalwadi: international author, philosopher and social reformer Vishal grew up in India, surrounded by Christian, Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic influences. In his teens he became a Christian, attracted to the life and (...)
Tuesday 27
12:30 - EVENT - Raine Lecture: The Diabetic Foot in 2013: The Global State of Play : Professor David Armstrong, University of Arizona College of Medicine Website | More Information
Professor David Armstrong is a US trained Podiatric Surgeon and is a Professor of Surgery at The University of Arizona College of Medicine. His clinical area of interest is in preventing foot amputation in the diabetic and high-risk foot. He holds an MSc in Tissue Repair and Wound Healing from the (...)

13:00 - Colloquium - Predicting Self-Harm Among Psychiatric Inpatients in Real Time: An Example of Practice-Based Evidence : Psychology Colloquium More Information
Despite suicidal ideation exhibiting variability, limited research has examined the short-term course of suicidal ideation. We hypothesised first, that distinct patterns of suicidal ideation could be identified by tracking daily ratings of suicidal thinking, and second that a predictive model based (...)


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