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Today's date is Saturday, September 26, 2020
Student Events
 April 2013
Thursday 04
19:30 - EVENT - A.S.I.A. presents: CARIBBEAN PARTY : Jump on board for an adventurous night filled with pirates and treasure hunts! Website | More Information
A.S.I.A. kicks off the year with an exotic Caribbean Party, held at Nedlands Yacht Club on Thursday, 4th April! This is an ALL AGES event and everyone is welcome to meet and mingle. Doors open 7:30pm until 12am, tickets at $25 for members/$30 for non-members. ALL-NIGHT treasure hunt for a secret treasure chest, our ANNUAL Dance-off, endless beats from our talented DJ's and professional photography will make for a sublime night.
Saturday 06
16:00 - EVENT - UCC Easter LAN : Make friends and play games with the UCC. Website | More Information
LANs are your best chance to play against other UCCans at the games of your choice, but there is usually a game of WolfET, TF2 or Age of Empires II. The Minecraft server will be up as well for those so inclined. PLEASE bring a non-surge-protected powerboard for your computer.

LANs are FREE for members, but friends are most welcome (at an additional cost of $5).
Monday 08
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Be concise Website | More Information
Make every word count when you are doing written assignments.

12:00 - Art Exhibition - The Art of Zhen Shan Ren : (Free admission) Website | More Information
In a confused world still tainted by a gross abuse of humanity, 18 artists have found a peaceful yet powerful way to express their wish for the end to the largest humanitarian concern in the world today through a return to traditional culture and values.

The artists in this exhibition are painting from their conscience and understanding of the greater good. Their works range widely, from placid inner visions to social realities, and combine to provide a unique window into one important (and often untold) part of the current chapter in Chinese history. The artworks tell the story of the tens of millions of practitioners of Falun Gong, an ancient meditation practice that is currently brutally persecuted by the Chinese communist regime. The paintings touch on the deeper levels of human dignity and freedom, and depict the modern triumph of good over evil.

"Our art comes from a pure heart and our work reflects our personal experience. Art is able to greatly influence the way people think and it also directly connects with human morality. The two interact." – Professor Zhang Kunlun, founder of The Art of Zhen Shan Ren International Exhibition

The exhibit encompasses four main themes: harmony, adversity, courage and justice. It is art that aspires to inform and educate, to inspire and transform, to change and reshape. The Art of Zhen Shan Ren tells the true stories of those who uphold universal values and freedom, stories from which we can all learn valuable lessons and strengthen our awareness of what is truly important. The unique quality and significance of this exhibit serves to both inform and culturally enrich.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare seminar presentations Website | More Information
This workshop will identify characteristics of successful seminar presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider audience.
Tuesday 09
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Domain and range Website | More Information
This session also covers the definition of a function and links them to graphical representations of mathematical or experimental relationship. The concepts of domain and range are introduced in this graphical format as well as algebraically. An introduction to composite functions (and their domain/range) is also included. Recommended for MATH1701 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Skills for Staying Focused and Motivated Website | More Information
In this Skillshop you will learn how to develop realistic expectations and goals for your studies; identify your motivators; recognise distractions; learn motivational techniques; and minimise self defeating behaviours and thoughts.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Be concise (rpt) Website | More Information
Make every word count when you are doing written assignments.

17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents: Research Seminar Series - Andrew Sutherland Website | More Information
Principles for designing an effective, post-compulsory Music curriculum suitable for Western Australia.

A new post-compulsory Music course known as the West Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) Music course was recently introduced into Year 11 and 12 in Western Australian (WA) schools after a convoluted process of creation, and its implementation into classrooms has been problematic. Given criticism levelled at its process of creation and implementation, does the WACE Music course embody effective, recognised principles to support the effective teaching and learning of music? The aim of this study is to investigate the principles which should form the basis of an effective, post-compulsory music curriculum, suitable for WA. The study involved a literature review which seeks to produce a set of principles for teaching and learning frameworks based upon international best practice in music education, and applicable in the unique geographical, historical and multicultural WA context. In addition, the study employed a researcher-designed survey instrument to examine whether Western Australian music teachers perceived these principles to be evident in their practical experiences of the WACE music course. With the subsequent publishing of a draft Australian National Arts Curriculum, it is an appropriate time to review the principles which should underpin an effective Music curriculum for senior secondary students in the WA context.

18:00 - SCREENING - FREE SCREENING: Memento (2000) More Information
As part of our continue tradition free screening, this week the University Physics Society will be screening the film Memento, directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Guy Pierce, Carrie-Ann Moss and Joe Pantoliano. What this got to do with physics? Not much but we promise it will be good fun!

Entry is free and drinks and snacks will be available. For more details email us at [email protected]
Wednesday 10
7:30 - STUDENT EVENT - Science Union Presents Les Quizerables : Science Union semester one quiz night in the ref, starts at 7.30pm Website | More Information
Semester one Quiz night held in the refectory. Come along with 7 of your best pals, make sure you have your thinking caps on so you can answer the most questions! Prizes for the winning team and the most creative table theme.

12:00 - WORKSHOP - Manage your time and study Website | More Information
Learn how to manage your study time better using year, weekly and daily planners.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Pronunciation: Improve clarity Website | More Information
If you want to improve your English language pronunciation, working on word stress is a good place to start. This workshop offers practical, hands on activities to help you improve your spoken communication by getting the stress right in words and word groups.

16:00 - SEMINAR - “New paradigms of adenosine receptor pharmacology” Website | More Information
Dr May obtained her PhD in 2007 at The University of Melbourne under the supervision of Professor Arthur Christopoulos. Research during Dr May’s PhD focused on investigating the pharmacological properties of allosteric modulators of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), and resulted in a series of important publications including five peer-reviewed original research papers and four review articles in high-ranking journals (Annu Rev Pharmacol Toxicol, PNAS, Mol Pharmacol, and JPET). Her thesis received an award of excellence from the Dean of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. In 2008, Dr May was awarded an NHMRC CJ Martin Fellowship, which led to her postdoctoral studies within the Institute of Cell Signalling, University of Nottingham, under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Hill, a world leader in the molecular pharmacology of GPCRs and studies of single-cell pharmacology. Research during Dr May’s postdoctoral studies focus on the development of population and single cell approaches to investigate new paradigms of GPCR drug action including allosterism, dimerization and biased agonism. Publications during her postdoctoral position in Nottingham include four peer-reviewed original research papers in FASEB J, Mol Pharmacol and BJP, two review articles and one book chapter. In 2011, Dr May returned 2011 to the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, where she was a recipient of the 2011 ASCEPT Denis Wade Johnson & Johnson New Investigator Award, received the 2012 Young Investigator Faculty Research Award, MIPS Monash University and was most recently awarded a 2013 ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award to investigate ‘Allosteric fingerprinting of G protein-coupled receptor monomers and oligomers’.

19:30 - EVENT - From birth to 10 years: A longitudinal study of families created using gamete donation and surrogacy : Reproductive Technology Council Special Event More Information
Dr Jadva will present data from a longitudinal study of families created using assisted reproduction, specifically egg donation, sperm donation and surrogacy. The children were born around the turn of the new millennium and families were visited when their child was aged 1, 2, 3, 7 and 10 years. Children’s views about their birth at ages 7 and 10 will also be provided.
Thursday 11
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Logic and proof Website | More Information
Mathematical knowledge grows in logical steps so it's worth knowing how those steps are taken. Topics include compound statements, connectives, converse, the contrapositive, necessary and sufficient conditions, proof, axioms, theorems, deductive proof, proof by contradiction. Recommended for MATH1712 and higher level MATH students wishing to revise this topic.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare seminar presentations (rpt) Website | More Information
This workshop will identify characteristics of successful seminar presentations and will get you thinking about how you can clearly convey your research to a wider audience.

13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : The Winthrop Singers Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm
Monday 15
8:00 - Service - Computer Waste Collection : Do you have computer waste waiting for safe disposal? Bring it to UWA's three-day computer waste collection event. All items will be recycled. Website | More Information
UWA is committed to reducing hazardous e-waste in landfill. Staff, students and members of the public are invited to dispose of computer and IT-related waste that is end-of-life ie irrepairable or redundant.

Accepted: computers, including laptops and monitors, printers, faxes, scanners, keyboards, mice, webcams, modems, routers, multi-media speakers, hard drives, circuit boards, power cords, cables and mobile phones.

Please deliver materials between 8am and 10am, or 3:30pm and 5:30pm, on each day between Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 April. Vehicle access via Fairway Entrance 4 is granted during these times.

The collection is limited to IT equipment. Personal and work-related waste is accepted. Unfortunately, other electrical items, such as televisions and appliances, cannot be accepted.

Sims Recycling Solutions will break down the waste to recover reusable materials such as plastic and metals. Up 98% of the waste volume will be returned to the manufacturing process.

Please note: all items will be broken down for recycling. If your equipment is in good working order consider donating it for reuse.

Please note: UWA procedures for secure file removal and asset retirement must be followed for University computers. These steps are outlined at: https://www.sd.fm.uwa.edu.au/programs/recycling/computers.

The collection is an initiative of UWA Sustainable Development and SIMS Recycling Solutions.

12:00 - WORKSHOP - Practise seminar presentations Website | More Information
Practise giving a short presentation.

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