Following the introduction of New Courses in 2012, the University is conducting a Review of Courses, focussing on the four three years’ undergraduate Bachelor degrees (excluding the Bachelor of Philosophy) in the first stage of the Review.
The first stage of the Review of Courses is being conducted from 18-20 November 2015.
The Review will be conducted by a Review Panel comprising:
Professor Grady Venville, Dean of Coursework Studies
Fay Davidson is passionate about equality and inclusion.
Fay is an equity practitioner and senior project officer at UWA, researching gender and diversity, the gender pay gap, our employer of choice strategy and family friendly policies, and aligning the University’s equity strategy with its over-arching business strategy.
Mental Health Week 2015 is coming up shortly (October 4-10) with the theme of Act, Belong, Commit.
We are running a number of events on campus during the week including resilience and mindfulness workshops, a drop-in lunchtime mindfulness meditation session, free Yoga and Zumba sessions at UWA Sport to get you moving, and a seminar on sleep health, an important but often overlooked area of our wellbeing.
Expressions of interest are sought for membership of the SAGE Athena SWAN Self-Assessment Team, which will drive the data collection and analysis, and make recommendations to improve gender equality in the STEMM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine).
We are seeking a high diversity of members from the STEMM disciplines, including men and women staff, teaching staff and researchers, undergraduate and postgraduate students, part-time and full-time staff, and those with family caring responsibilities.
Nyul Nyul people have lived on their country — around Beagle Bay on the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region — for thousands of years in a deep relationship with the ocean, rivers, waterholes and Pindan bushland that sustain them. Wetlands are identified as being important not only as a water source for people and all life, but as a central part of the Nyul Nyul people’s identity. They are special places providing habitat for hunting and fishing, and supporting many different plants that are valuable as food, medicine, or materials.
It gives me great pleasure to inform you of an opportunity for one ongoing/tenured staff member (academic or professional) to undertake an MBA Full Time through the UWA Business School. We encourage you to apply if you are seeking a career in leadership.