Winthrop Professor D'Arcy Holman received a standing ovation from a packed auditorium on Tuesday 29 July.
Professor Holman's Valedictory Addess, on the eve of his retirement, was titled "Health, Political Arithmetic and Public Accountability: Bringing Down the Great Cth-State Data Divide". His dynamic address brought past and present collaborators, colleagues and students to their feet in respect.
Enactus UWA students are passionate about empowering
people in need.
In the last 12 months, the 55 members of Enactus UWA have
worked to deliver 13,000 pairs of shoes to Ghana, empower 5,510 students to
take control of their finances, engage 25 organisations, sell 2,245 environmentally
friendly jute bags, and train four Kenyan women to successfully run their own café.
West Coast Eagles players Jamie Bennell,
Josh Hill and Sharrod Wellingham will be on hand to help Indigenous high school
students explore their future study and career options at the 2014 Future Footprints Indigenous
Careers Expo, being held at the UWA Business School.