The University of Western Australia Law School has a new wellbeing initiative - a furry four legged friend that is providing students with a much-needed break from their studies and proving to be quite a hit with people on campus.
A special pro bono collaboration to help prepare law students for the increasing influence of artificial intelligence in the practice of law - while at the same time benefiting the Australian not-for-profit sector - has been announced by Australia’s leading independent law firm, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, and The University of Western Australia.
Some of Australia’s leading Indigenous and constitutional law experts will meet at Western Australia’s Supreme Court to discuss the implications of the Referendum Council’s proposals for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
The Centre for Transformative Work Design, part of UWA's Business School, is currently working with Lynne Chapman, a talented illustrator and urban sketcher from Sheffield in the UK, over a two-month residency.
Professor Cristina B. Gibson is Woodside Endowed Chair in Leadership and Management at UWA's Business School. Her expertise is at the nexus of organizational science, international management, and cross-cultural psychology.
The University of Western Australia has a continual roll call of awards, scholarships and prizes presented to staff and students. To recognise these achievements, a monthly article is published on the UWA news page on the website and in UWA Forward on the first week of every month.
Professor Tom O’Donoghue from UWA’s Graduate school of Education has launched a new publication on teacher preparation in Ireland, in response to the introduction of free second-level schooling 50 years ago.
Researchers in the University of Western Australia's Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education (FABLE) have successfully secured funding from the New Columbo Plan Mobility Program to enable students to study in the Indo-Pacific region during 2018.
Research carried out by The University of Western Australia in collaboration with the University of Minnesota and the University of Illinois has revealed the key to a vibrant democracy may be as simple as giving employees a voice in the workplace.