Have your students ever asked you what it's like to study at university? Encourage them to register for one (or more) of our ‘A Day in the Life of...' events, which allow high school students in Years 11 and 12 to gain first-hand experience of life at UWA for a day.
The power of two million candles transformed landmark Winthrop Hall into a kaleidoscope of colour and sound on Friday evening (February 8) for UWA LUMINOUSnight, a public celebration of art and culture to launch The University of Western Australia's 2013 Centenary year.
UWA Centenary celebrations got off to an early start with a science theme when UWA hosted more than 300 high school students in January across two events: the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) and annual Science Experience.
Students of Enactus UWA - formerly Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) - began 2013 with a two-day camp to develop their leadership skills while exploring and discussing ideas around development, poverty, and social justice.
Do you have students that are interested in how we learn, remember and think; or how and why people behave the way they do? If so, they may consider studying Psychology, which will provide them with a scientific understanding of human behaviour and mental processes.