Curriculum Council Chair to become Deputy leader at UWA

Monday, 18 August 2008

Teacher, academic and curriculum expert Professor Bill Louden has been appointed as the next Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor at The University of Western Australia, the second most senior executive position at the University. 

Distinguished Thailand graduates honoured by UWA

Monday, 18 August 2008

Two Thai Government ministers and a professor of agronomy have been honoured as distinguished graduates of The University of Western Australia at two ceremonies in Thailand.  

Achievements of UWA's Singapore students acknowledged

Thursday, 14 August 2008

More than 170 students studying with The University of Western Australia in Singapore - including the first group of science students to complete studies in Singapore - were acknowledged at a Presentation Ceremony this evening. 

Challenging beliefs at UWA

Wednesday, 13 August 2008

An author who was once an evangelist and a creationist will defend scepticism in two Science Week lectures at The University of Western Australia next week. 

Dr Michael Shermer's visit is part of the National Speaker Tour for National Science Week.  He is the founding publisher of Skeptic Magazine and a monthly columnist for Scientific American and is known as a "ghost-buster" and crusader against junk science. 

New Dean to lead Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Wednesday, 13 August 2008

An eminent Australian academic and internationally renowned scholar of Indonesian media and culture has been appointed to lead The University of Western Australia's Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.  

Minister to join UWA Motorsport World Champions celebration

Wednesday, 13 August 2008

A celebration honouring The University of Western Australia's world-beating Motorsport team will have some special guests - Fran Logan, Minister for Energy, Resources, Industry and Enterprise, as well as visitors from the universities of Zhejiang and Kobe.

UWA hits top gear for Expo

Friday, 8 August 2008

Tens of thousands of prospective students and members of the public will visit The University of Western Australia this Sunday to learn more about one of the best teaching, learning and research institutions in Australia.

Palm Island death in custody examined in UWA lecture

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Forty-five minutes after his arrest for swearing at a police officer and his incarceration in the Palm Island watch house, 36 year-old Cameron Doomadgee was dead, with injuries like those of someone who had been in a car crash. 

UWA lecture looks at barriers to women in criminal justice

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

An academic who has written extensively about women behind bars is equally interested in those who are imprisoned by a ‘glass ceiling' and she will give a free public lecture titled ‘The Changing Role of Women Working in Criminal Justice' at The University of Western Australia soon.

Conquest and violence under the microscope at UWA

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Bloody conquest and settlement over past centuries have produced the world we live in and will be discussed at The University of Western Australia in the History Lecture Series, 2008.