How does ‘race' have an impact on our lives? What is a ‘racial autobiography'? What are the hidden obstacles that Indigenous students have to overcome as they undertake their studies? These are just some of the questions that challenged the staff members from UWA Albany who took
part in a two day course aimed at increasing cultural awareness on campus.
The world's rivers - the single largest renewable water resource for humans and a crucible of aquatic biodiversity - are in a crisis of ominous proportions, according to a new global analysis co-authored by a researcher at The University of Western Australia.
Mathematics and sex? That's right, the two are very
much intertwined. The Friends of UWA Albany and the City of Albany are pleased
to have well known mathematician and television identity Dr Clio Cresswell
present the 2010 Amity Lecture on this intriguing topic.
The UWA Albany Centre held its annual Open Day on Friday August 27 for students, parents and anyone interested in finding out all that UWA Albany has to offer. Over 300 people took the opportunity to explore the Centre and discover the courses on offer.
Many students studying at The University of Western
Australia Albany Centre find themselves, at some stage during their degree, paying
a visit to what they affectionately refer to as ‘the northern campus'. For some
this means a visit to UWA in Perth, but for others, like Tammy London, their
studies take them much further north.
South Coast Natural Resource Management and The University of Western Australia's Centre ofExcellence in Natural Resource Management (CENRM) have formed a partnership to boost research, planning and delivery of natural resource management in the State's south coast region.