The Faculty will be welcoming all of our new students (up to 1000 of them!) on Wednesday, 17th February 2010. This will be the perfect opportunity to personally welcome our new recruits, including local and international, undergraduates and postgraduates and help to confirm they have made the absolute best choice in university and course.
All staffare invited to join us at our ice-breaker activities on the morning of Wednesday 17th February on Riley Oval, prior to the formal welcome at 10am.
As Faculty members will know from previous circulars, the Faculty's Phase I proposals for majors were endorsed by the Interim Boards of Studies at their recent January meetings, and we are now entering Phase II of the Future Framework process.
UWA Internal Guidelines with information, handy hints on completing applications, a budget costing template, guidelines on using the ARC's RMS application system and links to relevant ARC documentation are available on the UWA website.
Phase I of the Future Framework implementation is now complete. The Expressions of Interest and a summary of the deliberations of the Steering Committee are available on the ECM Future Framework website. To access the Future Framework website you will require your staff number and Pheme password.
The Interim Board of Studies of Science strongly endorsed the Faculty's EOI for Majors. Their responses are available on the ECM Future Framework website. The first deadlines for Phase II are for the submission of expressions of interest for Unattached Units and End-on Honours by 22nd of February for Masters by 1st March.
UWA Safety and Health Office (SHO) distributes a monthly safety newsletter to all safety personnel and managers, but is mindful that wider distribution may be regarded as unsolicited or unwanted mail by some individuals.
The Australian Academy of Science invites applications from professional scientists to visit Europe, North America (Canada, USA and Mexico) and North East Asia (China, Korea and Taiwan) between 1 July 2010 and 31 March 2011 to collaborate with researchers in those countries.
Proposals in any field of natural science, basic and applied, including mathematics and engineering science, will be considered. The duration of the visits must be between 14 and 40 days.