Students at the UWA Study Abroad stall

UWA Indigenous Careers Expo

Saturday, 21 May 2011

Following last year’s very successful inaugural Indigenous Careers EXPO, The School of Indigenous Studies will be holding the 2011 Indigenous Careers EXPO on Wednesday June 1 from 10am - 3pm in the Undercroft.

Students receive Art Prizes

Congratulations to Indigenous Arts Prize winners!

Thursday, 5 May 2011

Indigenous students were awarded a number of prizes at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Prize giving on Wednesday May 4.

BHP Scholarship winners 2011

Congratulations to 2011 BHP Scholarship recipients

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

BHP Billiton Iron Ore Indigenous scholarship recipients were recognised at the BHP Billiton Scholarship Awards Sundowner at the UWA Business School recently. Seven students were awarded scholarships for 2011.

Auora Milroy

Law students honour memory of Indigenous rights campaigner through scholarship

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Indigenous law students Aurora Milroy (in her fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts/Law at the UWA) and Ashley Walker have been announced as the 2011 John Koowarta Reconciliation Law Scholarship recipients.

UWA Awards

Monday, 14 March 2011

Five Indigenous students were awarded UWA Excellence Awards or UWA Diversity and Merit Awards at the 2011 UWA Fogarty Foundation Undergraduate Awards and Scholarships Ceremony on 13 March 2011.

Kim Scott

Noongar storyteller wins regional literary prize

Friday, 11 March 2011

A PhD graduate from The University of Western Australia has become the first Indigenous author to win the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for best book in South-East Asia and the Pacific.

Pre-Law Graduation

Friday, 11 February 2011

Ten students graduated from the Aboriginal Pre-Law program on 11 February 2011. Eight of the graduates have enrolled in either a Bachelor of Laws or Arts/Law at UWA; the other two graduates have enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts.

Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry graduation

Friday, 11 February 2011

Nine students recently completed the Aboriginal Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry program. Seven of these students have begun studies in Medicine and two students have enrolled in the Bachelor of Science.