For an engineer, Caroline Baillie spends a lot of time in theatres and art galleries.
Winthrop Professor Baillie has a Chair in Engineering Education and has successfully used art and drama to help engineering students with the creative side of their work, to attract young people into the profession and to raise awareness of how art is made possible through engineering.
UWA defeated Bond University's team in the semi final, securing its place representing Australia in the International Rounds in Washington DC.
Afterwards, UWA defeated the Australian National University in a close Grand Final moot, which took place in Court 1 of the High Court. Justice Gummow of the High Court presided over the Grand Final. Last year, UWA was Australian Runner-Up.
Accompanying the launch of an important new book on a cancer that affects one in nine Australian women before the age of 75 are a series of pencil and wash drawings by Jon Tarry that symbolise the relationship between mother and child.
UWA Business School The year
2009 has been an incredible one for the UWA Business
School. We celebrated the opening of our new,
award-winning building, and we are now focussing resources on building strength
and capacity above and beyond our reputation.
UWA Business School The Centre for Social Impact WA - thought
leader in social investment and sustainable communities - is a joint venture
between the national Centre for Social Impact and The University of Western Australia Business
School. The CSI is headquartered at
The University of
New South Wales, with
sister centres at The University of Melbourne and Swinburne University
of Technology. Each centre around the country has unique strengths and
collectively the mission is supporting and strengthening the social enterprises
of today and the social entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Through top class teaching
and world class research, the aim is to position Australia as one of the world's best
at delivering community benefit and generating social innovation.
alumnus Jean-Paul Carvalho (BEc, PhD, Corporate Finance) always dreamed of
studying at the University
of Oxford and, after
being one of eight Australian recipients of the 2004 General Sir John Monash
Award, his dream has become a reality.