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 May 2011
Saturday 07
9:30 - EXPO - Meet the Railway People Expo : A chance to learn more about a dynamic eco-friendly industry! FREE to attend, register TODAY. Website | More Information
The rail industry is a vital and challenging industry which can offer careers to students of Engineering; Project management; Business/Commerce; Safety, Risk, OHS & Human Factors; Information technology; and spatial sciences.

The Railways Technical Society of Australasia (RTSA) is (...)
Monday 09
12:00 - WORKSHOP - How to write better exam essays Website | More Information
Writing essays in an exam situation can seem like a slightly chaotic process! This workshop will describe the range of things you can do to prepare yourself for essay exams
Tuesday 10
10:00 - FUNDRAISER - Lunchtime Fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis : Visit us for a chat and to support Cystic Fibrosis WA. More Information
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is Australia’s most common, life threatening recessive genetic condition. 1 in 25 people are carriers of the CF gene. There is no cure. Support people living with cystic fibrosis by purchasing 65 Roses Day merchandise, visit our stall at lunchtime on Tuesday 10th and 17th (...)

12:00 - WORKSHOP - How to apply critical thinking to your writing Website | More Information
Critical and analytical thinking are essential to academic success. These workshops help you develop your critical analysis skills


17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - The relationship between musical training and literacy development Website | More Information
Adam Wigley, PhD Candidate, Schools of Music and Psychology, UWA presents his innovative research investigating ways in which music learning impacts on literacy skills in young children. Part of the Power of Music Seminar series.
Wednesday 11
12:00 - WORKSHOP - How to write better exam essays Website | More Information
Writing essays in an exam situation can seem like a slightly chaotic process! This workshop will describe the range of things you can do to prepare yourself for essay exams

16:00 - SEMINAR - “The application of a tissue-penetrating peptide as a specific & unified marker for chronic inflammatory-associated diseases." Website | More Information
Dr. Juliana Hamzah is an American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Prof. Erkki Ruoslahti at the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, California. She obtained her PhD at UWA and did her first postdoctoral training in Prof. Ruth Ganss’s laboratory at WAIMR (2006-2009) (...)
Thursday 12
12:00 - WORKSHOP - How to apply critical thinking to your writing Website | More Information
Critical and analytical thinking are essential to academic success. These workshops help you develop your critical analysis skills


13:00 - SEMINAR - UWA Careers Centre - APESMA Seminar : How to Get Vacation Work - Don't miss this opportunity! Website | More Information
APESMA will provide tips and hints to help you find vacation work.

APESMA - The Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA) is the largest national non-profit organisation representing professional employees.

Space is limited, bookings (...)

13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert Website | More Information
Dr Suzanne Wijsman presents a recital including works by Faure and Martinu.

16:00 - SEMINAR - Multi-decadal trends of ocean circulation in the southeast Indian Ocean : SESE and Oceans Institute Seminar Website | More Information
On interannual and decadal time scales, the strength of the Leeuwin Current in the southeast Indian Ocean is strongly modulated by climate variability in the tropical Pacific. Stronger trade winds in the Pacific drive a stronger Indonesian throughflow and a stronger Leeuwin Current, due to dynamic (...)

17:00 - FREE LECTURE - The Arab's Third Awakening and Osama's Passing : Osama bin Laden’s death has followed the change in the Arab World and demands for greater democratization. What do these two devel- opments mean for the Muslim world? How will they affect global stability? What does it mean for Australia? Professor Amin Saikal will address these questions in his public address. Website | More Information
Professor Amin Saikal, Director of the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at the Australian National University will be giving a public lecture on Thursday May 12th,2011 at The University of Western Australia. He will discuss issues surrounding The Arab's third awakening and Osama's passing and (...)
Friday 13
16:30 - Competition - The 10th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for University Students : Mandarin speaking and performance competition Website | More Information
The “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition is an annual international Chinese Mandarin speaking and performance competition. The competition is organised by the Office of the Chinese Language Council International (‘Hanban’, Beijing). The theme for this year is ‘Bridge of Friendship (...)
Sunday 15
14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Curator’s Talk with Nici Cumpston Website | More Information
Nici Cumpston is Associate Curator of Australian Paintings, Sculpture and Indigenous Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia. In this talk she will discuss her role as curator of the Desert Country exhibition, and will provide insight into the remarkable group of artists and artworks presented in (...)
Tuesday 17
10:00 - FUNDRAISER - Lunchtime Fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis : Visit us for a chat and to support Cystic Fibrosis WA. More Information
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is Australia’s most common, life threatening recessive genetic condition. 1 in 25 people are carriers of the CF gene. There is no cure. Support people living with cystic fibrosis by purchasing 65 Roses Day merchandise, visit our stall at lunchtime on Tuesday 10th and 17th (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - Soil&Water Seminar: : "Sharing my experience as Editor in Chief of Plant and Soil - stories that could fill a book" Website | More Information
The WA branch of the Australian Society of Soil Science (ASSSI) has invited Winthrop Professor Hans Lambers to give a Soil&Water Seminar at 11am on Tues, May 17th. All welcome!

TITLE: “Sharing my experience as Editor in Chief of Plant and Soil - stories that could fill a book”

17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Charles Darwin, Percy Grainger and John Blacking: Australian influences on the concepts of evolution and archetype in music curriculum design Website | More Information
Nicholas Bannan, Associate Professor, School of Music, UWA presents interdisciplinary research that brings insights to the school curriculum.
Wednesday 18
14:00 - EVENT - International Museums Day Panel Discussion : Museums and Memory: The link between memory, community and identity Website | More Information
To celebrate International Museums Day, the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery is hosting a special panel discussion on the theme ‘Museums and Memory: The link between memory, community and identity’, which focuses specifically on Indigenous art and culture. Panelists include Tracie Pushman, Lecturer in (...)
Thursday 19
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert Website | More Information
UWA Wind and Brass students - Old Wine in New Bottles.

Wind and Brass students present colourful arrangements of classic works.
Friday 20
10:00 - LECTURE - Editing techniques for academic writing : A systematic approach for editing and refining your writing will be outlined More Information
Dr Michael Azariadis will outline a systematic approach for editing and refining your academic writing.


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