BI&TS (UniWA Project): Upcoming improvements to email archiving - what you need to do.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

The UniWA Project, part of the IT Transformation Program, aims to change the way we work with computers and collaborate both on and off campus.

While this project is still ongoing, we have identified an opportunity for immediate improvement that will vastly enhance the way staff store and secure their email archives.

The benefits are:

Showcasing UWA graduate stories

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

A brand marketing campaign that focuses on the inspiring journeys of UWA graduates and students was recently launched.  

“UWA graduates, staff and students are great examples of how hard work, determination and connection to the UWA community makes pursuing the impossible a reality. These personal stories feature a range of UWA people from different areas of study who have followed their passion to impact the community in different ways” said Karen Carriero, UWA’s Chief Marketing Officer.   

UWA Symphony Orchestra concert - two for one tickets

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Saturday 21 May | 7.30pm | The John Inverarity Music and Drama Centre, Hale School

Join the festivities as the UWA Symphony Orchestra perform works by old high school friends, Head of School Alan Lourens and Composition Lecturer James Ledger in celebration of their 50th birthdays.

Changing the way we talk about our courses

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

In 2012 UWA was one of the first universities in the country to make significant changes to its undergraduate course structure, aligning it to an international model that better prepares our graduates for the challenges of a changing world.

Planned IT maintenance - Sunday 22 May

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

What will be affected:


UniConnect VPN Service



All Campuses

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Kent Anderson appointed to National Library Council

Monday, 9 May 2016

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Community and Engagement) Professor Kent Anderson was appointed to the National Library Council on Friday. The National Library of Australia based in Canberra, is an agency within the Ministry for the Arts responsible for maintaining and disseminating Australia’s cultural heritage.

Professor Anderson says the National Library of Australia is an amazing asset for the country. 

UWA is taking up the running man challenge – take part in our video tomorrow (Thursday)

Monday, 9 May 2016

Has your Facebook feed been full of running man challenge videos in the last week? What started with two basketballers from the University of Maryland has quickly spread around the world.

Speak with a UniSuper financial adviser on campus

Monday, 9 May 2016

No matter what stage of life you’re at, UniSuper Advice can offer you quality financial advice.

Why not come along to a complimentary on-campus advice appointment to find out first hand if UniSuper Advice can help your financial situation?

Stephen Henshall, a Perth based UniSuper financial adviser will be on campus on:

Tuesday 17 May

Tuesday 24 May

Tuesday 31 May

Tuesday 7 June

All appointments will take place at 55 Broadway, Nedlands in the UniSuper on campus office.

Road Closures this Sunday for HBF Run for a Reason

Monday, 9 May 2016

The 2016 HBF Run for a Reason is on this Sunday 22 May.  In particular, road closures will be in place close to the CBD and Kings Park.

You may like to familiarise yourself with road closures that will be in place on Sunday so you aren't caught out on the day.

If you are taking part in the run, good luck!

SDVC & Registrar: 2016 Enterprise Bargaining Negotiations – Information sessions

Friday, 6 May 2016

Professor Dawn Freshwater will be holding several information sessions in June regarding the upcoming enterprising bargaining negotiations. These sessions will include information on the bargaining process as well as providing staff an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.

Each session will cover the same material with four sessions currently scheduled (see below), to allow interested staff to choose a session to fit their schedule.