Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 11 July

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Good morning. This week Indigenous high school students from across the State are attending the annual Indigenous Science, Engineering and Health Camp, which this year coincides with NAIDOC Week.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 4 July

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Good morning. I am pleased to announce that UWA will be the lead university in the new Western Australia Life Sciences Precinct which will bring together researchers and industry partners to generate new business opportunities in medicine, health, agriculture and biodiversity.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 27 June

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Good morning. It’s been a busy year for infrastructure development on campus and EZONE UWA reached a milestone last week when major demolition was completed on site.

VCV - 20 June 2018

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Good afternoon. In this edition of UWA Forward, I am pleased to be launching the Strategic Vision UWA Values clarification exercise, linked to the People and Culture Green Paper consultation.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 6 June

Friday, 8 June 2018

Good afternoon. Last week, I travelled to the Pilbara to meet students and teachers from Tom Price Senior High School and Newman Senior High School, two partners in the Aspire UWA program.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 30 May

Friday, 8 June 2018

Good morning. It was a pleasure to host the Worldwide Universities Network Conference and AGM from 21-25 May.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 9 May

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Good afternoon. This past week I attended the World University Presidents Symposium and Beijing Forum 2018 in China.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 2 May

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Good afternoon. Yesterday the State Education Minister, the Hon Sue Ellery, other WA Vice-Chancellors and industry partners, joined a roundtable discussion on the importance of education to the State’s future.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 24 April

Thursday, 26 April 2018

Good afternoon. Yesterday we welcomed the Hon Ken Wyatt Federal Minister for Indigenous Health and Aged Care to campus to announce NHMRC funding of $14 million for dementia research.

Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 18 April

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Good afternoon. Perth’s CBD was filled with song on Friday night when around 1000 singers and musicians, many from UWA, gathered to raise awareness of homelessness in Western Australia. This is an example of how universities can bring a community together and offer a voice to important issues; congratulations to Professor Alan Lourens and the Conservatorium of Music for bringing this issue forward in such an engaging way.