An online forum has been launched for the Research Strategic Review Area. This will allow staff to continue the discussions surrounding research, and will provide a valuable input into the Research Co-Chairs.
The Strategic Review 2009 is now well underway in the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics, with a large amount of data currently being collected and provided to the Co-Chairs, and a number of workshops planned or completed.
All staff in the Faculty are reminded to continually check the Strategic Review 2009 website for updates and upcoming opportunities and workshops.
This year, three of the 14 Microsoft internships were offered to students from the School of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSSE) at UWA.
Each year Microsoft offer a number internships to promising students all over the country, giving them the opportunity to work there and get first-hand experience.
Expressions of Interest are sought for the Semester 1, 2009 round of Improving Student Learning (ISL) Grants. The ISL Grants program provides small grants to encourage teachers to make practical and innovative changes to their units in order to improve current practice. There are no strict guidelines on what ‘changes’ might qualify, although the proposal must fall within the aims of the grants program and will ideally represent an inventive approach to teaching, with positive and identifiable impacts for student learning.
The Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics was pleased to announce the recipients of its 2008 Teaching and Learning Awards at a ceremony held at The University Club on Tuesday, 10th March 2009.
UWA has eagerly taken on board feedback from staff across the University about our annual Expo, including the preference of many staff for the campus to be a brighter and more exciting place on the day! As such, Expo is being relaunched in 2009 as the UWA Open Day.
We are pleased to announce that this year the Faculty will be acknowledging our 2008 award winning students by hosting a celebration breakfast in the Banquet Hall at The University Club on Thursday, 21st May 2009; 7.45am - 9.30am