New student places welcomed: UWA Vice-Chancellor

Tuesday, 11 September 2007

Many more high-quality students will have the opportunity to undertake higher education at their preferred institution thanks to the allocation of new Commonwealth-funded places to The University of Western Australia, according to UWA’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alan Robson.

Professor Robson said he was delighted that the Federal Government, and particularly the Minister for Education, Science and Training, Julie Bishop, had acknowledged the need for additional places in areas of high demand at UWA.

New resource puts the spotlight on dads

Tuesday, 28 August 2007

Archaeology education in spotlight

Monday, 27 August 2007

Archaeologists from Australia’s leading universities are urging a major rethink about the way archaeology education is funded in Australia’s higher education system.

SPICE programme

Wednesday, 15 August 2007

Spicing-up science was the flavour of the day for science teachers, who visited The University of Western Australia on Monday 16 October, 2006.

Nobel laureates promote careers in science

Friday, 10 August 2007

More than 250 Perth school students will gather at The University of Western Australia this month to hear Nobel Laureates Professor Barry

UWA Vice-Chancellor praises outstanding educators

Friday, 10 August 2007

The Carrick Institute has recognised the talents of seven outstanding educators from The University of Western Australia with Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

UWA rocks National Science Week

Thursday, 9 August 2007
If you’ve ever wondered what your pet rock is really made of, The University of Western Australia will have the answer during National Science Week.

Italian the only language to flourish at Australian universities

Tuesday, 7 August 2007

At a time when the study of languages at Australian universities has suffered a sharp decline, Italian Studies is one area that has shown

Risk to Australian primary education being out of touch with world trends in education

Monday, 6 August 2007
Australia’s aspirations to be a world leader in preparing our next generation for active and responsible citizenship would be at risk if