Kamsani Bin Salleh, UWA graduate and artist

Monday, 18 July 2016

Communications and Media Studies graduate, Kamsani Bin Salleh has been selected as one of 10 artists to capture their view of Perth and WA as part of The Sunday Times PerthNow’s 10th birthday celebrations.

Kamsani’s art will be on display at the WA Art Gallery with the other 9 artists from 20 July until 1 August. 

Kamsani has recently completed a painting for the Department of Immigration and Border Control’s Perth office celebration of NAIDOC Week. 

UWA’s Indigenous students gain from the New Colombo plan

Friday, 8 July 2016

The New Colombo Plan (NCP) has published a short video to promote the participation of Indigenous students in the NCP program, an Australian Government initiative to increase the number of Australian undergraduate students studying in the Indo-Pacific.

Ziggy Fatnowna and Brianna Ozies were two of 10 Indigenous students from UWA who had opportunity for a cultural immersion experience in Bali in September 2015.  In this short clip, they talk about their experiences pursuing Indigenous Knowledge studies through a New Colombo Plan mobility grant.

 

2016 Residents’ Club President Mezyndra Badsha

Thursday, 23 June 2016

The committee hit the ground running and started to plan for Semester one OWeek activities two months ahead of time.

2016 kicked off in one of the best ways possible for the freshers. On arrival, they received their first college shirt, the fresher shirt, designed by our publication and communications officer and what I’d like to say is one of the best fresher packs yet with many goodies inside.

Student prize

UWA student wins National Young Carers Award

Monday, 21 March 2016

Ellie Moir, 2nd year Science student at UWA not only won the Young Carers Award for WA in November 2015, but in late February won the National Young Carers Award which was presented by Hon Christian Porter, Minister for Social Services. The three National Carers awards have been developed to recognise and raise the understanding of the impact that carers such as Ellie have on the people they support. This is just one of a number of awards Ellie has won – in 2012 she won the NAIDOC Carers’ award.

Virtually Impossible.  World first study into screen based media use

Virtually impossible

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

A world first study into the amount of time Australian children and adolescents spend on all types of screens and specific screen activities has been undertaken by Professor Stephen Houghton from the Faculty of Education and a research team of experts from The School of Population Health; The School of Sport Science, Exercise and Health; The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow and the National Heart Foundation.

UWA Research Week - Building Chinese-Australian Relations

Building Chinese-Australian Relations through Digital Technologies

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

In this free public lecture as part of UWA Research Week, Associate Professors Grace Oakley and Mark Pegrum will discuss a research project funded by the Australia-China Council (ACC), where school students aged 13 – 15 years living in Australia and China produced and exchanged digital stories about their everyday lives.

NAIDOC winner

Dr Gemma Johnston, NAIDOC Tertiary Scholar of the year

Monday, 22 June 2015

At the recent NAIDOC Awards Night, UWA Graduate, Dr Gemma Johnston was awarded Tertiary Scholar of the Year for 2015.  Gemma graduated from the University of Western Australia in March 2015 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. She is currently an intern at Fiona Stanley Hospital and is one of the first Torres Strait Islander doctors to qualify in Western Australia. 

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Tiffany Garvie - graduate: Photographer, editor, curator, broadcaster….

Monday, 25 May 2015

Tiffany Garvie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with majors in English and Classics and Ancient History in March 2007. Tiffany is currently the Education and Community Projects Project Officer at Melbourne’s Museum Victoria where she has been for four years. Apart from writing poetry and songs, she has also been a breakfast broadcaster and journalist at 6AR Noongar Radio, 4AAA Murri Country in Brisbane and ABC Radio Breakfast Presenter in Orange.

Professor Grady Venville with teaching science students

International Conference in Science Education Making its way to UWA

Thursday, 23 April 2015

For the first time, the University of Western Australia (UWA) will be host to the Australasian Science Education Research Association’s (ASERA) annual International Conference to be held at the University Club (30 June – 3 July 2015). 

The conference, being organised by the Faculty of Education, is expected to attract up to 200 delegates from around the world with topics such as socioscentific argumentation, engagement and motivation in science, and  science literacy to be discussed. 

Houses of Parliament, London the United Kingdom, sunset

Future Education Leaders Bringing Back Best Practices to Western Australia Driving Schools from good to Great

Thursday, 16 April 2015

For the very first time, 13 students undertaking the Faculty of Education’s Master of Leadership at The University of Western Australia (UWA) are embarking on an international study tour to England to learn about school leadership from some of the country’s most influential educational leaders and policymakers.

Students participating in the study tour are aspiring and practising educational leaders and will spend 10 days learning about recent educational reforms, accountability structures within schools and the role of neuroscience to teaching.