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 May 2020
Thursday 21
16:00 - SEMINAR - Trash to Treasure: Minimising the environmental impacts of mine wastes and byproducts Website | More Information
Did you know over 7 billion tonnes of tailings and 56 billion tonnes of waste rock are produced worldwide each year during mining and extractive processes.

Dr Talitha Santini will take you on a visual journey to explain the generation of tailings and waste rock, explore the challenges (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series 2020- Zoom Edition : Missing figures in the history of archaeology. Why and how should we tell the story of the first women archaeologists in the Pacific? More Information
25 years ago, historian of science Margaret Rossiter described the ‘Matilda effect’: the historical process through which female scientists were written out of history. Although research in the history of science has been working to identify and rectify this bias for the past 40 years, such (...)
Friday 22
13:30 - SEMINAR - Linguistics Seminar Series 2020- Zoom Edition : Understanding How Indigenous Language Programs Work More Information
As Indigenous language loss accelerates, language revitalisation has taken shape in different forms across the globe, engaging people in the task of supporting endangered languages with various language programs. Programs address diverse needs of local speech communities through methods such as (...)

14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology and Sociology Seminar Series- Zoom Edition : From Argentina to Australia: A Multi-Scale Ethnographic Study of Argentines Residing in Perth More Information
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This research project aims to contribute to the understanding of Argentinian migration in Australia. Using Castles’ concept of social transformation, the goal is to explore, from a single case study, how transformations are reflected in the narratives, and how this change (...)

14:30 - SEMINAR - Anthropology and Sociology Seminar Series- Zoom Edition : Silk Road Geoculturalisms: Building Cultural Corridors of China’s Belt and Road Initiative More Information
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The presentation introduces the broad methodology of the study, which is oriented around developing the concept of geocultural in the context of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. In particular, it seeks to understand geoculturalism as a new approach; as a process of ‘re’drawing (...)
Thursday 28
16:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Science Exchange Series - The Poetry of Science Website | More Information
Poetry and science might be seen by many people to be rather odd bedfellows. However, poetry offers a powerful tool through which to bring together different audiences, and to give voice to those audiences that are often underserved and underheard by science.

Dr Sam Illingworth will (...)
Friday 29
13:30 - SEMINAR - Linguistics Seminar Series- Zoom Edition : Ngalimi bidagu yan.guwa furnace-di “From the quiet, into The Furnace”: Translating a sleeping language for a feature film More Information
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This presentation will discuss the process of translating scenes for a feature film “The Furnace” into Badimaya language. Badimaya is a language of the Midwest, belonging to the area around the town of Mt Magnet. We will discuss the many facets of this project, from the (...)

14:30 - SEMINAR - SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES SEMESTER 1, 2020- Zoom Edition : MARITIME POWER POLITICS IN THE INDO PACIFIC: THE REDISCOVERY OF SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS IN THE 21st CENTURY More Information
Infrastructure hubs, such as ports are crucial sites for exploring new political geographies created by dynamic power relations. Infrastructures have long been taken as an indicator for state authority, border security, mobility and the possibility of becoming modern, of having a future, and of (...)

 June 2020
Thursday 04
15:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series- Zoom Edition : Bodies in Motion: Telling Social Stories of Mobility with Scientific Data More Information
The last several decades have seen a revolution in methods for understanding human mobility. Between the increasing precision of isotopic data and the obvious power of ancient genetic information, we are seeing major narrative shifts in how we talk about the movement of people, ideas and (...)

16:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Science Exchange Series - What can I actually do with my drone? Website | More Information
Drone use has grown faster than a global pandemic! As a society we have come to appreciate drones and remote sensors as affordable tools that enable high resolution and on-demand data collection.

Join Dr Nik Callow (Senior Lecturer and UWA Chief Remote Pilot) as he explores the (...)
Friday 05
16:00 - MASTERCLASS - UWA Music presents: Virtual Guitar Masterclass Website | More Information
Masterclasses give students a unique opportunity to develop their skills, hone their craft and succeed in their musical endeavours (whether that be an upcoming exam, audition or just personal progress).

This June, we invite Classical Guitarists in Yrs 10-12 to join our free virtual (...)
Monday 08
16:00 - MASTERCLASS - UWA Music presents: Virtual String Masterclass Website | More Information
Masterclasses give students a unique opportunity to develop their skills, hone their craft and succeed in their musical endeavours (whether that be an upcoming exam, audition or just personal progress).

This June, we invite violin, viola, cello and double bass players in Yrs 10-12 to (...)
Tuesday 09
16:00 - MASTERCLASS - UWA Music presents: Virtual Keyboard Masterclass Website | More Information
Masterclasses give students a unique opportunity to develop their skills, hone their craft and succeed in their musical endeavours (whether that be an upcoming exam, audition or just personal progress).

This June, we invite Pianists in Yrs 10-12 to join our free virtual masterclass with (...)
Wednesday 10
16:30 - MASTERCLASS - UWA Music presents: Virtual Woodwind Masterclass Website | More Information
Masterclasses give students a unique opportunity to develop their skills, hone their craft and succeed in their musical endeavours (whether that be an upcoming exam, audition or just personal progress).

This June, we invite wind players in Yrs 10-12 to join our free virtual masterclass (...)
Monday 15
8:30 - COURSE - Data Visualisation Short Course : Short Course - UWA Centre for Applied Statistics Website | More Information
A one day course offering an introduction to presenting data. All welcome as there is no presumed knowledge.
Tuesday 16
8:30 - COURSE - Introduction to R Short Course : Short Course - UWA Centre for Applied Statistics Website | More Information
A one day course offering an introduction to R using the tidyverse, for those with no or little experience using this free and popular statistical software.

16:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Science Exchange Series - Visualising a Virus Website | More Information
When dealing with the strange nanoscopic world that is simply too small to see, experiments and data visualisation approaches are vitally important to our understanding of life on this scale.

Brady Johnston is a PhD student in structural biology at UWA. Brady will introduce you to how (...)
Wednesday 17
8:30 - COURSE - Statistics In R Short Course : Short Course - UWA Centre for Applied Statistics Website | More Information
A one day course offering an introduction to using R for basic statistical analysis. Assumes a little knowledge of R (An Introduction to R or equivalent) and basic statistical knowledge.
Thursday 18
16:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Science Exchange Series - Where did the beach go? Website | More Information
Our local beaches have had a rough start to winter with many looking narrower than they have been in some years as a result of recent storms. Many of us who visit our local WA beaches may wonder how and why our coastlines change shape so dramatically throughout the seasons.

Join Dr Jeff (...)
Sunday 21
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Perth's best design market Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s original and best design market, featuring more than 200 of Perth's most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and foodies all at The University of Western Australia's Winthrop Hall.

There is something for everyone, including a Junior Upmarket section in (...)


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