MCCUSKER AUDITORIUM HARRY PERKINS INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH QEII MEDICAL CENTRE 6 VERDUN STREET, NEDLAND EmeritusProfessor Norbert Berend, Head ofRespiratory Research at the George Institute for Global Health Australia will present a short information session giving details and tips on applying for NH & MRC Grants.
The UWA Telephony team are pleased to announce there are now forms available for the submission of Telephony items. These forms can be used to submit a Telephony request or report a fault. The forms are available via Self Service, and can either be accessed directly from the Self Service menu in Service Desk, or via the Self Service links on the Service Catalog page of the BI&TS website.
You won’t meet someone more passionate about early childhood education than Dr. Gerardine Neylon, the Faculty of Education’s Master of Teaching Early Childhood Coordinator.
Hailing from West Ireland, Gerardine moved to Perth with her husband to join us here at UWA in 2014. An expert in early childhood education and care, she’s seen a lot of changes in her 30 years working in the field.
“When I began studying in Dublin in the 1980s, we underestimated infant’s potential as learners,” she said.
After nearly 20 years studying bees, Boris Baer, the director of UWA’s Centre for Integrative Bee Research, knows a thing or two about our buzzing, black-and-yellow friend, Apismellifera.
“I started my bee research when I was a PhD student,” said Boris. “That was with bumblebees in Europe. To be honest if you start to work with bees, after a couple of days you just fall in love. They’ll keep you busy for the rest of your life.”
St Catherine’s College was proud to celebrate diversity within our community by supporting Wear it Purple Day on Friday, 28 August 2015. More than 60 students joined the Wear It Purple Day celebrations, with staff and students writing Wear It Purple messages of support to add to the wall of purple hearts.
The cause aims to promote a world in which every young person can thrive, irrelevant of sex, sexuality or gender identity.
As part of UWA Pride Week 2015, following on from the success of Out in the Workplace, a 2014 Careers Week event – Equity and Diversity, the Careers Centre, UWA Alumni and Guild Queer Department are collaborating to bring together another LGBTI+ panel.
LGBTI+ students often feel that that they need to hide their sexuality when they leave university and enter the workforce.