Thirty-one Elders and community representatives from 17 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around Australia have contributed to a powerful report into self-harm and suicide in which they offer ways in which to address the tragedy....[Read more]
The Lung Institute of WA's Annual General Meeting had historic significance with guest speaker Winthrop Professor Geoff Laurent of The University of Western Australia meeting members for the first time in his capacity as director....[Read more]
A pioneer in the use of global climate models as a tool to explain the causes of climatic and environmental change, will give this year's Joseph Gentilli Memorial Address, "Grand Swings in Climate Change: Greenhouse Gas Trends Across Time" at The University of Western Australia tomorrow.
Scholarship holding research students returning to The University of Western Australia this year will, for the first time, receive Top-Up Scholarships valued at $5,000 in response to the Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) falling below subsistence level.
Concerns that children are being sexualised in popular culture and art will be the subject of a free public lecture by commentator and author Professor Catharine Lumby at The University of Western Australia soon.
University graduates can play a significant role in encouraging young Australians to fulfil their potential through education, according to Mr Simon Dawkins, Warden of Convocation at The University of Western Australia.
A clinical professor from The University of Western Australia who, with a team of local health professionals, has pioneered many successful approaches to treating eating disorders, has been named a member of a new National Advisory Group on Body Image set up by the Minister for Youth Kate Ellis this week.
Emus have gathered on Cottesloe Beach near the breakwater runway where you're invited to board the imagination express created by two University of Western Australia staff members for the Scultpure by the Sea exhibition.
In a study with important implications for species conservation, researchers at The University of Western Australia compared the sperm of endangered and non-threatened mammals, from the giant panda to the familiar domestic cat, to better understand the link between sperm quality and inbreeding.