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 November 2014
Monday 03
8:45 - EVENT - UWA Showcase of Modern Mathematics : For school students Website | More Information
Bright Year 9 and Year 10 students are invited to immerse themselves in the world of modern mathematics at The University of Western Australia and discover what exciting opportunities exist if they simply apply their mathematical skills!

Teachers must register their students - we allow (...)

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Conflict Resolution Forms in the Life of Prophet Muhammad : CMSS Public Lecture Website | More Information
Dr Recep Dogan will examine the life and leadership of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to discover conflict resolution forms that may offer solutions to contemporary global problems and challenges faced by the world's nations.
Tuesday 04
16:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Teacher wellbeing and its impact on student learning : This presentation will discuss the relationship between school staffís and studentsí wellbeing and achievement Website | More Information
Given the development of young peopleís academic, social and emotional competencies in school settings is highly dependent on the presence of skilled and competent school staff, this presentation will discuss the relationship between school staffís and studentsí wellbeing and achievement.

18:00 - EVENT - Postgraduate Law Mini Expo Website | More Information
Missed out on the Postgrad & Honours Expo? Donít miss this wonderful opportunity to learn more about both our exciting new Postgraduate courses, or our longstanding Postgraduate courses. The Law Postgraduate Admissions team and the Dean of the Law School will be on hand to answer any questions (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - WA on the threshold - new understanding, new discoveries and new opportunities with the SKA Website | More Information
An Inquiring Minds lecture by Professor Peter Quinn, Director of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR).

Mankindís understanding of Nature is now at a point of crisis. More than 95% of the Universe we live in is composed of mysterious stuff - matter that is hidden (...)
Wednesday 05
13:00 - Colloquium - A network perspective on psychopathology More Information
Psychotic symptoms indicate risk for mental illness. Despite much effort, our current ability to predict the course and outcome of early psychotic symptoms is limited, hampering timely intervention and treatment. Research in this area to date relies heavily on diagnostic categories, group-level (...)

13:30 - EVENT - Organisational Behaviour Research - A discussion as part of UWA Research Week : Featuring researchers from the UWA Business School and School of Psychology Website | More Information
This panel discussion will showcase research on organisations, featuring a variety of speakers on topics including organisational change and structures, diversity and culture, and human behaviour and effectiveness in the organisational setting.

Speakers include Sharon Parker, Alex (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Groundwater Regulation in a Drying South West : This seminar is part of the Centre for Water Research seminar series. More Information
The South West of Western Australia has experienced a significant decline in rainfall since the mid-1970s, and further reductions are expected due to human-induced climate change. Increased groundwater extraction has helped meet water demand, but has tested the capacity of groundwater laws to keep (...)
Thursday 06
9:30 - EVENT - Understanding Human Values - A UWA Research Week event : Featuring UWA Business School researchers Website | More Information
This event, featuring Julie Lee and Geoff Soutar, will showcase research into universal human values. The lecture focuses on the structure of values within individuals (children and adults) and explores patterns and their implications across societies.

The event is suitable for (...)

11:30 - EVENT - Research for a Better Society - A UWA Research Week event : Presented by the Centre for Social Impact More Information
This event, featuring Paul Flatau, will showcase research into programs and activities that create beneficial social impact. Social impact refers to all forms of significant change experienced by individuals and communities.

This includes income and labour market impacts, education (...)

13:30 - EVENT - WA and the Global Economy - A UWA Research Week event : Featuring UWA Business School researchers Website | More Information
This session will provide an overview of contemporary economic issues of local, national and global importance. Ken Clements will discuss the Australian Dollar. Rod Tyers will discuss the Global Economy. Michael McLure will discuss the GST and issues for Western Australia.

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14:00 - FREE LECTURE - Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria : CMSS Panel Discussion Website | More Information
This Panel Discussion will address the current developments in Syria and Iraq, and the impact of foreign fighters there.

The discussion will be initiated by research and postgraduate students at The University of Western Australia, and a practitioner committed to promoting understanding (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series 2014 - Tales from the Weld Range: A summary of Weld Range Web of Knowledge activities More Information
The Weld Range in Wajarri Yamatji country is home to the nationally heritage listed Wilgie Mia Aboriginal Ochre mine. At the time of European contact, the vibrant red ochre from Wilgie Mia was traded far and wide. It continues to be used ceremonially today. The spiritual and economic significance (...)
Tuesday 11
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Was self-government for Western Australia based on a betrayal of Indigenous people? Website | More Information
A public lecture by Ann Curthoys, Honorary Professor of History, University of Sydney and 2014 IAS Short-Stay Visiting Fellow.

The years leading up to the passing of the Western Australian constitution in 1889 (effected in 1890) saw several interlocking public debates in WA itself and in (...)

19:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Friends of the UWA Library Speaker : What history has taught me More Information
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In this presentation Professor Bunbury will illustrate early influences on his awareness of the importance of contemporary history, both as a child growing up after World War Two; later as a teacher and how later still his work at the ABC in the Radio Nationalís Social (...)
Thursday 13
13:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Self-, other- and joint monitoring in monologue and dialogue : School of Psychology Colloquium More Information

In the psychology of language, most accounts of self-monitoring assume that it is based on comprehension. Here I outline and develop the alternative account proposed by Pickering and Garrod (2013), in which speakers construct forward models of their upcoming utterances and (...)

16:00 - FREE LECTURE - Zone of Crisis: Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq : A CMSS Book Launch for Prof Amin Saikal Website | More Information
The West Asian states of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Iran have over the last few decades represented an arc of crisis. Characterised by fractured and dysfunctional political elites, fraught economic policies, and ideological struggles between the forces of authoritarianism and democratisation (...)

18:00 - PERFORMANCE - Death Knell: Music as Memento Mori Website | More Information
Be inspired by a discussion about art and music and the power of music to engage with the big questions of life and death. New compositions by School of Music students Mark Holdsworth, Drew Woolley, James Bradbury and Michael Grebla have been commissioned to complement the exhibition Memento Mori.
Monday 17
18:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Gallipoli and Lemnos : Addressing the Lemnos Heritage of Gallipoli and the Forgotten Foundations of Anzac More Information
Lemnos is the Greek island 100 km from the Gallipoli peninsula that was used as the base from which the attack on the Turkish positions was launched and managed, but it tends to be ignored in accounts which focus on the fighting.
Tuesday 18
13:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Autism Spectrum Disorder and the DSM-5 : School of Psychology Colloquium More Information

Finally, in May 2013, DSM-5 by the American Psychiatric Association was published, after 15 years of planning and development. There were and are many controversies around the DSM-5, particularly regarding, neurodevelopmental disorders, and most prominently concerning autism (...)

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