A researcher at The University of Western Australia has used Google Earth imagery to identify almost 2,000 archaeological remains in Saudi Arabia that may lead to better understanding of the pre-Islamic human landscape.
Staff member John Host and PH.D student Chris Owen have been awarded the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission's 2010 Human Rights, Literature Non-Fiction Award for their new book “It's Still In My Heart, This Is My Country:” The Single Noongar Claim History.
The School of Humanities at the University of Western Australia, in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Faculty of Arts at Murdoch University, will hold the 22nd Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European History in early July 2011.
An Arts/Law Fogarty scholar from The University of Western Australia who is undertaking a major in Chinese has won one of 20 national undergraduate prizes in the Prime Minister's Australia Asia Endeavour Awards.
Congratulations are in order for a number of students and staff from the School of Music, with award winners, praised performances, scholarship auditions and an acceptance into a national music program.
2010 Vose Memorial Prize is awarded to violinist Sophie Edelman
Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator Kim Carr today visited The University of Western Australia to celebrate the awarding of one of the largest grants ever made to a centre in the area of humanities.
Ten young guitarists from The University of Western Australia's School of Music Guitar Ensemble won the highest praise at a competition adjudicated by one of the world's most acclaimed classical guitarists.
For the first time in the nine years of the annual international Chinese Bridge Competition, students from one class took out most of the prizes. And The University of Western Australia classmates did so live, in front of a reality TV audience of 100 million viewers throughout China.