Dr Michelle Elenore Grassi

Where are they now? - Michelle Grassi

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Dr Michelle Elenore Grassi
Senior Environmental Scientist, Environmental Resources
Management Australia Pty Ltd (ERM)
PhD (Environmental/Analytical Chemistry) 2005; BSc (First-Class Hons, Chemistry) 2001

Professor Brian Blanksby talks to guests

The Human Movement and Exercise Science Homecoming

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

On 17th December 2006 a happy, interactive and moderately noisy crowd of nearly 400 graduates gathered to celebrate the School of Human Movement and Exercise Science's homecoming reunion.

Jacqueline Davidson

Where are they now? - Jacqueline Davidson

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Jacqueline Davidson
Project Scientist for the SOFIA project
USRA, NASA Ames Research Centre
California, USA
BSc (Physics) 1980; PhD (Physics) 1986

I wanted to be a physicist, involved in cutting-edge scientific endeavours, ever since my early high-school years. My love for physics continued as an undergraduate at UWA, especially for classical, statistical, and quantum physics and of course relativity.

Welcome, science graduate!

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

UWA's Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences is conducting a careers destination survey of Life and Physical Science graduates so that we can better advise prospective and current students of career opportunities both in Australia and overseas. Keep us informed of where you are and what you are doing.

UWA Arts/Law graduate is 2008 Rhodes Scholar

Saturday, 3 November 2007

A wealth of experiences, from returning to a war-torn Yugoslavia that his parents had left in the 1970s to working with Aboriginal communities, have helped shape the strong moral convictions and commitment to human rights that characterise University of WA graduate Daniel Vujcich, who has been selected as the 2008 Rhodes Scholar for Western Australia.

World and Local Trends Identify Growth in Executive Education

Friday, 2 November 2007

With our professional lives becoming even faster paced, competitive and global, Director of the AIM-UWA Business School Alliance, Suellen Tapsall, says executives and organisations are searching for ways to keep up with the latest information and trends - with many turning to Executive Education programs for the solution.

HoS Group

Psychology Heads

Monday, 29 October 2007

Professor Ken Walker, who was Head of School of Psychology from 1952 – 1966 and is now 87 years old, paid a visit to the School in May shown above with four of our most recent past Heads of School. Prof Walker was holidaying in Perth from Norway where he now lives.

Past, present and future Heads from left to right (below):
A/Prof Dave Morrison Incoming Head of School from July 2006
A/Prof Mike Anderson 2003 – 2006
Prof David Badcock 2000 – 2003
A/Prof Geoff Hammond 1997 – 1999
Prof Ken Walker 1952 – 1966

Joe Clare

Where are they now? - Joe Clare

Monday, 29 October 2007

Joe Clare
Research Associate, Crime Research Centre, The University of Western Australia
B.Cog.Sci (Honours) 2000; Ph.D 2004.

Calling all new science Alumni – we need your help!

Monday, 29 October 2007

Universities are operating today in a climate of increasing demand for accountability in all areas and the Federal government requires all universities to submit evidence of the quality of their teach