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 October 2011
Thursday 27
13:00 - EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Logarithms (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop offers an intuitive approach to the theory of logarithms. Students develop intuition and reason for the definition of a logarithm and then proceed to see some standard test questions. Students are then shown how logarithms can be used to solve equations with variable exponents.

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to improve IELTS speaking Website | More Information
Improve the way you respond to the IELTS speaking test. You can apply the strategies you learn to presentations you give at UWA. This workshop runs for 2 hours. Free for UWA degree course students.

13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert: UWA Wind and Brass Students: Chamber Wind Classics Website | More Information
UWA Wind and Brass students present chamber works in this free lunchtime concert.

14:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Applications of Mathematics (repeat) Website | More Information
This workshop aims to give students a strong idea of how mathematics has shaped our world. Maths has an amazing history that of which underlies all modern technology and progress. Students will be finally be given a convincing answer to that commonly asked question: “Why is maths important and (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Acidic waters: wetlands, creeks, groundwater and pit lakes : SESE Seminar Series Website | More Information
Acidic waters have been found across a large part of the Australian landscape and include acidic wetlands, creeks and rivers, groundwater and pit lakes. The acidity is a key control on contaminant and nutrient discharge, biodiversity and potential end uses, however our understanding of, and ability (...)

18:00 - FREE LECTURE - FREE PUBLIC LECTURE - Commonwealth Reform Package: A Human Rights Preview : The Hon Michael Kirby will share his insights on the Commonwealth Reform Package Website | More Information
As the Commonwealth Heads of Governments deliberate the Eminent Persons’ findings, The Hon. Michael Kirby, a member of the Eminent Persons Group, will share his insights into a number of issues, including the Charter of Commonwealth Values, the proposed Commissioner on Democracy, Rule of Law and (...)

20:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music: Music Students' Society - Soloists More Information
Presented by the UWA Music Students' Society, the final concert in this series will showcase solo performances of UWA Music students performing a wide range of repertoire on a rage of instruments and voice.
Friday 28
18:30 - EVENT - Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy : 5 sessions of Chinese Calligraphy Website | More Information
It’s the perfect marriage of art and meditation. The ancient art of Chinese calligraphy can strengthen your mental powers through meditation on art and beauty. Learn basics such as posture, brush holding and layout. Explore different styles of calligraphy, including the individual styles of several (...)
Saturday 29
16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Pakistan's Role in South Asia More Information
Hon. Hina Rabbani Khar Minister for Foreign Affairs, Government of Pakistan will be presenting a lecture on "Pakistan's Role in South Asia."

Hon. Ms. Hina Rabbani Khar is the first female Minister of Foreign Affairs in Pakistan. She is a business woman by profession and hails (...)
Monday 31
11:00 - STUDENT EVENT - 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.

15:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - What is web science and why is it important? : An overview of the emerging indisciplinary study of the web as a major force in society. More Information
The World Wide Web is the largest and most complex engineered environment that has enormous impacts on human society. Web Science addresses changes and accommodations necessary to maintain a pro-human web with positive societal benefits. This talk will elaborate on the range of research projects (...)

15:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Disertation workshops for coursework postgrads Website | More Information
These workshops are for postgrads writing a dissertation as part of a coursework degree. Each workshop provides a brief session on a different aspect of writing and an opportunity to get individual help.

17:00 - LECTURE - Prof Alastair Compston Lectures at ANRI : The world's leading authority on MS research Lecture on Neuromyelitis Optica Website | More Information
The world's leading authority on MS research, he'd be embarrassed to be called Mr MS, but this would certainly befit the Professor of Neurology and HOD Clinical Neurosciences at Cambridge and Editor of Brain. Prof Alastair Compston Lecture is Visiting Professor at Royal Perth Hospital, he is an (...)

 November 2011
Tuesday 01
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - How to Study for a Maths Exam Website | More Information
This workshop aims to give students some help and suggestions in studying for their upcoming maths exams. We give general methods which students use to prepare, while discussing which ones are good and which ones are not so good.

13:00 - COURSE - Responsible Service of Alcohol Training : Approved training course, participants receive a certificate to work in a licensed premise in Australia Website | More Information
The UWA Health Promotion Unit (HPU) runs regular free RSA training to all UWA students & staff. The RSA course is an approved training course through the Australian Academy of Hospitality Management (AAHM). Participants receive a RSA certificate upon completion of the course. This certificate (...)

13:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: Maths - Laplace Transforms Website | More Information
This workshop discusses how Laplace transforms can be used to solve differential equations. Sense is made of the definition of a Laplace transform and a few examples are seen. The focus then turns to applying this knowledge to solving differential equations.

13:00 - EVENT - An International Career in Finance Seminar : with ROBERT MONTANARI, Director at ANZ More Information
FAWA is pleased to invite you to join us for a seminar with ROBERT MONTANARI, Director at ANZ Institutional Banking in Perth. With a successful international track record, Robert has had extensive banking experience across the Asia-Pacific and Europe. This seminar is a great opportunity for (...)

16:00 - MEMORIAL LECTURE - Dr. Joan Trevelyan Memorial Lecture More Information
Dr. Stefano Carboni, Director of the Art Gallery of Western Australia will be presenting a lecture on “Islamic Art in Western Art Museums: A Century of Displays and Interpretation” in loving memory of Dr. Joan Trevelyan. The lecture will discuss the history of displays of Islamic art throughout (...)
Wednesday 02
12:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Workshop: How to write better exam essays (repeat) 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.

13:00 - SEMINAR - The neuropathology of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases: defining preclinical stages. : School of Anatomy & Human Biology Seminar Series Website | More Information
The Seminar: The current world wide accepted consensus criteria for neuropathological staging of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases (AD & PD) have been developed in his Anatomy lab in Germany (Braak stages). In the seminar, Estifanos will briefly introduce these staging systems and emphasize (...)


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