Following on from the huge success of LuminousNight, The University of Western Australia's biggest community event in a century, the city of Geraldton will play host to Luminous Dreams, the curtain closer to UWA's centenary celebrations.
A leading honours student from The University of Western Australia who plans to undertake Masters Degree studies in Global Health Science and Research in Public Health at Britain's prestigious Oxford University has won UWA's 99th Rhodes Scholarship in 100 years.
Business leader Andrew Forrest and his wife Nicola will make history today with what is believed to be the largest single philanthropic donation in Australian history – $65 million to attract the best minds to Western Australia. The gift launches a $400 million fundraising campaign for The University of Western Australia.
A former Perth arts student described as “sublimely talented, witty, smart and unabashedly offensive” in a musical career that has taken the world by storm has been awarded an honorary doctorate by The University of Western Australia.
Last night's official opening of University Hall with more than 500 new self-contained studio and one-bedroom apartments for students at The University of Western Australia marks a significant milestone in the UWA's goal to become a world top 50 university by 2050.
Australia's 12th Chief Justice, His Honour Chief Justice Robert French of the High Court of Australia - an alumnus of The University of Western Australia - will give a free public address in Mandurah about a big man who left a big mark on his State and his nation - Sir John Forrest.
The University of Western Australia has risen to fourth place nationally and now ranks 91st in the world following today's release of the world's foremost performance indicator, the Academic Ranking of World Universities published by China's Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Self-belief and determination - backed by scholarships and support services - can help rural students overcome perceived barriers to further studies, Hedland students will discover when The University of Western Australia visits their classrooms tomorrow morning (July 5).
Much of the leadership potential in organisations is underused or wasted, an international expert will tell a Karratha Leaders' Luncheon for mining, business and community leaders hosted by The University of Western Australia tomorrow.
Karratha students will explore the world of global finance and leadership when The University of Western Australia visits their classrooms this week to help stimulate interest in exciting new opportunities for future Pilbara business careers.