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Displaying from Tuesday, April 15, 2014
 April 2014
Tuesday 15
13:00 - Colloquium - How is Attention Deployed During Goal Directed Movements? More Information
People make goal directed movements to interact with their environment. We examined how attention is deployed during goal directed movements and how shifts in attention impact these movements. In the first study, we used a dual task paradigm to investigate how attention can be divided between a (...)

16:30 - SEMINAR - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Ashley Smith and Krista Low Website | More Information
Krista Low (MMus Candidate): Cello Performance Practice and the Decline of Romanticism in the Early Twentieth Century

Assistant Professor Ashley Smith: Practising Ferneyhough
Sunday 20
18:00 - COURSE - Chinese Language and Culture Classes OPEN for registration: : New classes start soon More Information
Registration is now open for UWA Confucius Institute Intake 2 Chinese Culture and Language Classes! Chinese language classes include adult and children's classes, from beginners to advanced, to suit different study needs. Chinese culture classes include Chinese Medicine and Well-being; Chinese (...)
Tuesday 22
13:00 - Colloquim - Overcoming the legacy of childhood trauma More Information
Helen Stain is currently Senior Clinical Lecturer at Durham University where the focus of her post is on the research of psychological interventions for youth mental health and includes a clinical role with the NHS Foundation Trust. Prior to this appointment in 2012, Helen was in private practice (...)

18:00 - DISTINGUISHED VISITOR - Why the Universe is the way it is - an astronomer's quest : The study of nature and science will be shown to complement and build confidence in the integrity of the Bible, without having to compromise either scientific or biblical integrity. More Information
With a compelling case, Dr Hugh Ross will challenge the commonly held misconception "everyone knows the Bible teaches scientific nonsense". The study of nature or science will be shown to complement and build confidence in the integrity of the Bible, without having to compromise eithe (...)

19:30 - CONCERT - Keyed Up! Recital Series - Anna Goldsworthy : The School of Music is once again proud to host four internationally distinguished artists in 2014. The year opens, in collaboration with the Seventh Western Australian Piano Pedagogy Convention, in Winthrop Hall, before returning to stir the senses in the more intimate acoustic of the Callaway Music Auditorium. Make this part of your diary and give your Sunday afternoons a new dimension! More Information
Described by The Australian as a 'musical ambassador', Anna Goldsworthy is an award-winning pianist who has performed extensively throughout Australia and internationally, with highlights including solo appearances at the Teatro Colon for the Buenos Aires International Music Festival for the (...)
Wednesday 23
16:00 - SEMINAR - Water Related Spatial Information. : this seminar is part of the Centre for Water Research seminar series. Website | More Information
The Department of Water has an extensive State-wide network of monitoring bores and gauging stations that has records going back to the early 1900’s. The types of projects that Department’s water information was used for in 2013 was wide ranging including: infrastructure proposals, foreshore (...)
Saturday 26
16:00 - PERFORMANCE - The Science of Doctor Who : The science behind the fiction Website | More Information
From the Royal Institution of Australia and BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand

Join us on this amazing journey through space and time as comedian Rob Lloyd, and his crew of scientists, explore the scientific mysteries of Doctor Who.

Featuring original scenes from the (...)

19:30 - PERFORMANCE - The Science of Doctor Who : The science behind the fiction Website | More Information
From the Royal Institution of Australia and BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand

Join us on this amazing journey through space and time as comedian Rob Lloyd, and his crew of scientists, explore the scientific mysteries of Doctor Who.

Featuring original scenes from the (...)
Monday 28
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Quantum Technologies Website | More Information
A public lecture by Jeremy O’Brien, Director of the Centre for Quantum Photonics, University of Bristol.

The impact of quantum technology will be profound and far-reaching: secure communication networks for consumers, corporations and government; precision sensors for biomedical (...)
Tuesday 29
13:00 - Colloquium - On the other side of the fence: The effects of social categorisation and spatial arrangement on memory for own-race and other-race faces. More Information
1. ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders, School of Psychology, The University of Western Australia 2. DFG Research Unit Person Perception, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

Two presentations from the Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference.


16:30 - SEMINAR - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Iain Grandage Website | More Information
Honorary Research Fellow Iain Grandage presents a seminar entitled 'Music in Drama, Drama in Music - A talk in the midst of writing an opera'

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Hannah Arendt and the Banality of Evil: the story of the twentieth century's most controversial philosophical idea Website | More Information
An Inquiring Minds lecture by Ned Curthoys, Associate Professor, English and Cultural Studies, UWA.

In this talk Ned Curthoys will discuss Hannah Arendt’s fascinating life and work with a particular focus on how she arrived at some of the more starting conclusions in 'Eichmann in (...)
Wednesday 30
16:00 - SEMINAR - 'School of Social Sciences Event Series - Professor David Trigger : Indigeneity, identity and representation in north Australia’s Gulf Country (co authors: Richard Martin, Philip Mead) More Information
The Aboriginal author Alexis Wright’s novels Plains of Promise (1997), Carpentaria (2006) and The Swan Book (2013) have prompted scholars and critics towards enthusiastic comparisons with the ground breaking work of a range of international writers. With her novels all set partly in the remote Gulf (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Restoration in a Changing Environment: The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Service Experiment : This seminar is part of the Centre for Water Research seminar series. Website | More Information
Multiple environmental changes challenge traditional notions of ecological restoration. One option for the future may be to plant mixtures of native species to achieve desired ecosystem functions such as tightly cycling nutrients, carbon sequestration, resistance against weed invasion and (...)

17:00 - LECTURE - Public Lecture by Dr Khalid Zaheer: Women's Rights and Duties in Islam : This CMSS lecture explores the topic of women's rights in Islam Website | More Information
Dr Khalid Zaheer is the Scholar at Understanding Islam UK (UIUK) since May 2012. UIUK is a non-political organization established in UK as a registered charity since 2001 for spreading a non-sectarian, peace-promoting, and moderate message of Islam based on the two authentic sources of Qur'an and (...)

 May 2014
Thursday 01
13:10 - CONCERT - School of Music Presents FREE Lunchtime Concerts : Kathy Corecig (viola) / Adam Pinto (piano) Website | More Information
Be transported from the everyday every Thursday in our free lunchtime concert series.

FREE 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm. No booking required, just turn up!

17:00 - LECTURE - Public Lecture by Dr Khalid Zaheer: Interfaith Dialogue in the Contemporary World : This CMSS lecture explores the merits and promotion of interfaith dialogue today. Website | More Information
Dr Khalid Zaheer is the Scholar at Understanding Islam UK (UIUK) since May 2012. UIUK is a non-political organization established in UK as a registered charity since 2001 for spreading a non-sectarian, peace-promoting, and moderate message of Islam based on the two authentic sources of Qur'an and (...)

18:00 - PRESENTATION - What's Christianity Ever Done For Science? : Taking a leaf out of "Life of Brian", this WXED talk will present the key players and principles of faith which pioneered modern science. More Information
Science and Faith seem to be arguing a lot lately, so is their long term marriage over? The accusations are not pretty, not even true. Can we afford for them to split? Taking a leaf out of "Life of Brian", this talk will present the key players and principles of faith which pioneered (...)
Friday 02
14:00 - EVENT - Once, twice or thrice upon a time: Audio-visual temporal recalibration is driven by decisional processes More Information
Derek Arnold’s research focuses on issues that arise due to the functional architecture of human sensory processing. Sensory analyses are often initially independent, can take place in different brain regions and be completed at different rates. How then do they combine across space and time in (...)


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