Award-winning Australian novelist Robert Drewe is one of several leading writers who will help The University of Western Australia launch its 2013 Centenary celebrations this weekend with a two-day Writers' Corner at Winthrop Hall.
Health coaching may be used to help women through the ‘change of life' - and researchers at The University of Western Australia's Centre for Health and Ageing (WACHA) are calling for volunteers to test the benefits.
A giant spaceship will hover over The University of Western Australia's Reid Library, a weird one-eyed flying creature will guard UWA's new Centenary sundial, and a swarm of space invaders will threaten the University Club - but only in ‘augmented reality'.
The United Nations aims to restore 150 million hectares of degraded land world-wide by 2020 - but restoration ecologists at The University of Western Australia warn this will prove to be a significant challenge unless people understand it will take more than simply planting trees.
A musical composition inspired by The University of Western Australia's iconic Winthrop Hall is one of several new pieces of music featured on a CD created to commemorate the University's 2013 Centenary year and demonstrate UWA's leading research edge in musical composition and performance.
An internationally renowned professor and asbestos diseases specialist from The University of Western Australia has been recognised in the 2013 Australia Day honours for his outstanding commitment both to medicine and the community.
The power of two million candles will transform landmark Winthrop Hall into a panoramic spectacle of light and sound to launch LUMINOUSnight, a free one-night pageant of art and culture to inaugurate an event-filled 2013 Centenary Year at The University of Western Australia.
The University of Western Australia will welcome its first group of Fairway UWA students at a special morning tea tomorrow, marking the 100th year of student enrolments at WA's first and highest-ranked university.
People with more liquor outlets in their neighbourhood have higher levels of harmful drinking and worse mental health than those who live further away from such outlets, according to new research at The University of Western Australia.
The University of Western Australia has maintained a steady rate of undergraduate first-round offers to students in its 2013 Centenary year, following last year's record and the successful introduction of UWA's flexible new courses.
Leading authors Margaret Atwood, Anna Funder, Jared Diamond, Ahdaf Soueif, Robert Dessaix, China Mieville and Lawrence Norfolk will join a host of national and international writers for readings, talks, debates, and workshops at next month's 2013 Perth Writers Festival at the University of Western Australia.