Our law lecturers are not just teaching

Tuesday, 28 April 2009

In keeping with our long-established tradition of providing top quality legal education and undertaking high-impact research, our law students will stand to benefit from the recent research activities of our teaching staff - for example:

“No end to the adventures” – Health Science team finds plenty in Nehru’s homeland

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

When a group of Health Science students and staff turned up at the local school in a remote village in India, they didn’t muck around.

Mentoring that starts with an ‘S’

Wednesday, 8 April 2009

WA’s first formal mentoring program for surgical trainees is being launched this month.

Danger zone – risking it in Africa to deliver health care

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

A team of volunteer healthcare workers from Australia ventured into one of the most dangerous zones of South Africa last September to treat and help the poor and homeless. They stayed in an AIDS hospice in Johannesburg and were not allowed outside the razor-wired compound without the protection of local staff.

Silver Medal at Jessup for Teo

Monday, 6 April 2009

UWA fourth-year Law student Hayden Teo was ranked as the second-best speaker in the world at the recent Jessup International Law Moot Competition in Washington DC.

Australia's chief scientist launches Zadko telescope

Wednesday, 1 April 2009
The State's biggest telescope, launched by Australia's Chief Scientist, Professor Penny Sackett, at The University of Western Australia on Wednesday April 1, will boost WA's profile in robotic astronomy.

Another UWA Law Graduate wins Fulbright Scholarship

Monday, 23 March 2009

UWA law graduate and part-time lecturer Hugo Leith has won one of the two West Australian Fullbright Scholarships for 2009

UWA builds on its Italian connection

Thursday, 12 March 2009

The University of Western Australia has expanded a fourth exchange program with Italy having just hosted the first group of 14 short-term students from the Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore, in Milan.

Eating disorders pioneer appointed to National Advisory Group

Thursday, 5 March 2009

A clinical professor from The University of Western Australia who, with a team of local health professionals, has pioneered many successful approaches to treating eating disorders, has been named a member of a new National Advisory Group on Body Image set up by the Minister for Youth Kate Ellis this week.