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Displaying from Saturday, October 08, 2011
 October 2011
Monday 10
13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to use body language Website | More Information
Learn how to use your body to communicate more effectively and to make things more interesting for your audience.

17:00 - EVENT - UWA Ultimate Club : Club training open to everyone Website | More Information
UWA Ultimate Club has opened their club training to all who want to come down and learn the art of Ultimate Frisbee. The trainings will run every Monday night for the rest of semester. Sessions begin at 5pm and run for approximately 75min on James Oval. No experience is necessary!!

18:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Composing the self: The therapeutic benefits of song-writing in adjusting to adversity Website | More Information
Dr Felicity Baker is well known for her extensive research in the field of music therapy. In this lecture Dr Baker explores how therapeutic songwriting assists clients to manage their reactions to adversity. By creating songs in a therapeutic relationship, clients begin to address psychosocial (...)
Tuesday 11
13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Definition of a Limit Website | More Information
This workshop introduces the historical and difficult epsilon-delta definition of a limit. Students learn to understand and read the definition properly, before applying it to prove the existence of basic limits. The focus is intuition, as this usually yields the solution before pen hits paper.

13:00 - EVENT - CIP Graduate and Internship Program 2011/2012 More Information
Capital Investment Partners (CIP) is seeking a talented individual with a strong desire to work in the investment banking industry. CIP is a boutique investment bank that was established to provide customised, value-added advisory services to corporations seeking to capitalise on the opportunities (...)

13:00 - FREE LECTURE - Can We Make Low Carbon Cities? : A guest speaker event with sustainability expert Peter Newman Website | More Information
Join Peter Newman, one of Australia's leading sustainability experts and Curtin's Professor of Sustainability as he discusses the possibility of a low carbon city for the future.

Peter has worked extensively in the field reviving and extending Perth's rail system, serving as the (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - BUSINESS Student Exchange Information Session : Student Exchange Program Information Session for Business Students Website | More Information
Interested in finding out more about Student Exchange? It's not too late!

The next deadline for applications is FRIDAY 2nd December (for exchange in Semester 2, 2012). Come along to a helpful info session and talk to a friendly Exchange Adviser and the Business Faculty's Academic (...)

17:00 - TALK - UWA Careers Centre - GE's Experienced Commercial Leadership Program : The Experienced Commercial Leadership Program (ECLP) is GE's premier development program for high potential MBA/Masters graduates seeking a career in sales and marketing. Website | More Information
The Experienced Commercial Leadership Program (ECLP) is GE's premier development program for high potential MBA/Masters graduates seeking a career in sales and marketing.

GE is looking to recruit 2 people for the ECLP with an immediate start date and a few more people for next year’s (...)

18:15 - PUBLIC LECTURE - How to supersize exercise: Lessons from mad men, freakonomics and the Marlboro Man Website | More Information
Professor Karim Khan is a renaissance man of sports medicine; Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Sports Medicine, prolific author, plenary speaker, and editor of the seminal text: "Clinical Sports Medicine", now in its 4th edition. An inveterate traveller on the world stage (...)
Wednesday 12
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to use body language (repeat) Website | More Information
Learn how to use your body to communicate more effectively and to make things more interesting for your audience.

13:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Challenges of Publishing : A lecture by visiting Raine Prof. Karin Khan UBC More Information
"Challenges of Publishing in an era of Impact Factor and Open Access - a view from the BMJ group"

16:00 - SEMINAR - CWR Presents: : Hope for Humanity: Seeds of planetary transformation Website | More Information
It’s hard to maintain hope for the future of our civilization in the face of the flood of bad news in the media. But without hope, there is no hope.

It has been estimated that over a million organizations worldwide are working to change hearts and minds, create global networks of (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - “A Universal Code for RNA recognition by PUF proteins” and “RNA processing in human mitochondria” Website | More Information
Muhammad Fazril Razif is a PhD student based at WAIMR. In 2007, he graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science/Molecular Biology) and Bachelor of Forensics. He subsequently pursued an Honours degree under the supervision of Prof. Luba Kalaydjieva, in which he (...)

17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Gender Equality in Islam- A public lecture by Nina Nurmila : No RSVP required! All welcome! More Information
Muslim feminists argue that there are at least two factors that contribute to the women’s subordination in Muslim societies. First, patriarchal interpretations of the Qur’an which tend to subordinate women and blur the Qur’anic message of gender equality. Second, many Muslims cannot differentiate (...)

19:30 - Interactive Panel Discussion - Q&A: Adventures in Mental Health : SPAMH's Inaugural Question and Answer Panel Discussion Website | More Information
Got some Questions? Want some Answers? Come join us in Mental Health Week to pick the brains of our diverse panel of experts at SPAMH's inaugural Q&A event: Adventures In Mental Health. No issue is off-limits! Stalls from 7pm, Q&A from 7.30pm. Light supper provided. Dress code is smart (...)
Thursday 13
13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to improve IELTS essays Website | More Information
If you want to improve how you respond to IELTS essay task questions, this workshop is for you! You can apply the skills you learn to essays you write at UWA. This workshop runs for 2 hours. Free for UWA degree course students.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Definition of a Limit (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop introduces the historical and difficult epsilon-delta definition of a limit. Students learn to understand and read the definition properly, before applying it to prove the existence of basic limits. The focus is intuition, as this usually yields the solution before pen hits paper.

13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert: Haydn String Quartets Website | More Information
The second concert in the series in which UWA students present the Opus 20 string quartets of Haydn
Friday 14
9:00 - SEMINAR - Microbiology & Immunology Seminar Series: A search for marine bacterial quorum quenching compounds : Final PhD Seminar More Information
Ms Jamie Summerfield, postgraduate student (PhD), will give a talk on a search for marine bacterial quorum quenching compounds in the Microbiology & Immunology Discipline Seminar room, Friday, 14 October 2011 at 9:00am. Bacteria use a process called quorum sensing to communicate with each other (...)

12:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Interconnections: a constellation of influences and expressions : A. Professor Jon Tarry presents a floor talk on Recent Past: Australian paintings of the 70s and 80s More Information
A. Professor, Jon Tarry, will discuss the art works in Recent Past as explorations of the 70s and 80s Australian vernacular which focussed on the local, the everyday, and the 'here and now' of the times. Much of this has been replaced today by internationalism, and a desire to seek out Otherness (...)


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