REX - Your new best friend for managing UWA’s key relationships
UWA’s recently launched REX which ushers in a new era in how we will store, track, manage and interact with UWA’s important stakeholder groups such as our alumni, donors, corporate partners and the community. The name itself highlights the key components of a successful Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system:
Relationships – the individual and organisations vital to our strategic goals
Engagement – the methods by which we foster and ensure connection
Kate Offer loves teaching Law. More than that, she loves to experiment with how she teaches Law. The Assistant Professor’s passion – and experiments – will be recognised later this month with a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning from the Federal Education Department’s Office of Teaching and Learning.
Kate could not be more delighted with the award, which recognises those who have made a significant contribution to the quality of student learning over a sustained period.
St George’s College and the SAS Resources Trust are combining together on Saturday 10th October 2015 for a day of interest and enjoyment at the College.
Australian SAS members constantly live a life of risk and hardship with their families facing personal and financial challenges in the event of a death. The SAS Resources Trust was developed to ‘stand in the shoes of fathers lost in battle’ as described by The Hon. Peter Blaxell, Chairman of the Trust.
The University of Western Australia’s recent application to participate in the Science in Australia Gender Equality (SAGE) Pilot has been accepted. The SAGE Pilot, run by the Australian Academy of Science, aims to address the under-representation of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Pilot participants are asked to collect, analyse and present data on gender equity policies and practices in STEM departments, as well as identify gaps and opportunities for improvement.
What would you do if you were unexpectedly diagnosed with a life-threatening disease? For Carole Bartlett, a Research Officer in the School of Animal Biology, it’s not a hypothetical question.
Carole has worked at UWA for nearly two decades and has enjoyed every day she’s had on our beautiful campus. But it was in 2011 that Carole faced the biggest challenge of her life when she was unexpectedly diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening blood disease, AL Amyloidosis.
The 2015 UWA Postgrad and Honours Expo will showcase UWA’s Honours programs and more than 130 postgrad courses and research options, all designed to give our students and graduates the higher level of knowledge and expertise needed to stand out and get ahead in their career.