The Institute values the collaborative work provided to us by our community partners over the years.
We are pleased to support some of the following public events of interest to the IAS community.
The University of Western Australia Historical Society is pleased to invite you to its fifth annual lecture, presented by Emeritus Professor Reg Appleyard Professor Appleyard will focus on his frequent visits to Europe for discussions with many UN and international committees. These confirmed that university education is on the edge of complete change, including thousands of international students who return to Australia and retain their links with UWA.
This annual lecture is a joint venture of Convocation and the UWA Historical Society.
When: Tuesday 18 June 2013, 5.30pm for a 6pm start
Venue: Hackett Dining Hall, St George’s College, Mounts Bay Road, Crawley Parking: Strictly off-site in adjacent parking areas at the UWA Water Sports Complex
Cost: Free but seats are limited. Register your interest by 14 June 2013 to Fran Pesich, UWAHS President, Tel: 9364 6269, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are seeking out a new interest or looking for instruction, UWA Extension's short courses and events are a great way to meet like-minded people and make new friends. Courses run from half a day to six weeks throughout the year, and offer you intellectual, artistic, personal, and vocational opportunities.
Visit http://www.extension.uwa.edu.au/ for more information.
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The Western Australia Institute of Public Administration Australia established in 1954, is a not-for-profit professional association which enables those with an interest in public administration and public sector reform to exchange ideas on trends, practices and innovations. They offer opportunities for sharing and learning through our wide range of events, training courses and networking opportunities.
Visit http://www.wa.ipaa.org.au/ for more information.
The ScienceNetwork WA connects to news, events and information from all corners of the Western Australian science community.
Visit http://www.sciencewa.net.au/ to learn more.