A new study by researchers at The University of Western Australia has found that more than one-quarter of Australian graduates are overqualified for their jobs after they complete university....[Read more]
Hear from global experts about major issues facing our society and how we can address them, get an insight into what it is like to be homeless and explore the Good Market where you can purchase ethically sourced products at the 2018 Social Impact Festival....[Read more]
The University of Western Australia’s Cultural Precinct is inviting the community to immerse themselves in an exciting program of arts and cultural activities during the 2018 WINTERarts season....[Read more]
Up to 54 per cent of the high seas fishing industry would be unprofitable without large government subsidies, according to a global research collaboration including The University of Western Australia....[Read more]
One of the State’s top mining executives, a former Australian cricketer and educator and a world-leading breast cancer surgeon are among 18 graduates and three staff members of The University of Western Australia who have been recognised in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours List....[Read more]
The athletes are ready to go to Beijing - but are the spectators? Thanks to a new course offered by The University of Western Australia's Confucius Institute, people planning to visit China, either for the Olympics or on business and holiday trips, can be better prepared.
Professor Leigh Simmons, a leading evolutionary biologist at The University of Western Australia, will this week receive a Certificate of Distinction at the opening ceremony of the 23rd International Congress of Entomology in Durban, South Africa.
‘Remembering Feminism's Queer Pasts: Emotional and Political Landscapes of the Cold War'; ‘Shock, Boredom and Iconography of Sexual Violence in Frontier Films'; and ‘Mothers of Sin: Indigenous Women's Perceptions of their Identity and Sexuality' - these are just some of the intriguing subjects under discussion at an international conference starting at The University of Western Australia soon.
Can Australian farming survive climate change and is there a role for Australian farmers to help mend the damage of salinity and desertification? In the age of industrial scale farming, is traditional farming a lost cause - a sentimental fantasy?
A former student of The University of Western Australia whose not-for-profit company builds special equipment to help people with disabilities water ski, surf, ride motorbikes and climb cliff faces has been awarded a Churchill Fellowship.