‘Seven Sisters’ join to shine more brightly

Monday, 31 May 2010

As we move forward with our ambitious international agenda, we are mindful of the need to continue to measure our performance against the best in the world.

One way to do this is to forge bonds with other high-quality universities around the world.

Vice-Chancellor  Alan Robson

Helping shape public policy

Monday, 17 May 2010

The role of the University in informing public debate and helping to shape public policy is both dynamic and vital. Every day our staff, students and graduates respond to the transformational forces that are changing the way people and societies see themselves, how they interact, and how they develop public policy.

Professor Yang Wei  and Professor Hiroshi Ohta  with Vice-Chancelor Alan Robson

Collaborations promote excellence

Monday, 3 May 2010

The scope of our University’s engagement and collaboration with other universities – both at home and abroad – has been highlighted again in recent weeks.

Harold Clough

The real value of philanthropy

Monday, 19 April 2010

We often refer to the fact that our University was built on the extraordinary philanthropy and vision of our founders almost a century ago ... and our whole community continues to enjoy the benefits of the generosity of new generations of friends and supporters.

Broken window Winthrop Hall

University community rises to the challenge

Monday, 5 April 2010

If ever there was a need for further evidence to support the view that adversity brings out the best in people, the fierce storms which struck the University a fortnight ago provided just that.

Electric car

Sustainability and friendship - all part of the UWA experience

Monday, 22 March 2010

Two events occurring on the same morning and only a couple of hundred metres apart on campus recently provided another example of the breadth and depth of our University's rich heritage and innovative future.

New Science Library

Marking out the start to the academic year

Monday, 8 March 2010

The early months of the year provide a valuable opportunity to reflect on the spectrum of academic activity at our University.

In the early part of the year we celebrated the academic excellence of the State's school leavers as they received their results and finalised their decisions for further study. This is very important since our University continues to be the ‘university of choice' for the highest achieving students - and we enrol around 85 per cent of school leavers with a TER of more than 95.

Ending 2009 on a positive note

Monday, 30 November 2009

We are moving towards the end of another year of achievement marked by continuing success at an institutional and individual level. This success is the result of outstanding effort from all staff. No matter what your role on campus, your contribution is valued and appreciated.

Alan Robson

Endorsements come from a range of sources

Monday, 16 November 2009

When people consider international excellence in the higher education context they often turn to measures such as world rankings.

Alan Robson

Celebrations at both ends of the spectrum

Monday, 16 November 2009

Two vastly different milestones in the same week provided a valuable glimpse at both the depth and breadth of our University.