It is a privilege to be selected to lead this dynamic, world-class university. I am particularly looking forward to building on our achievements throughout 2017 and continuing the task of nurturing and supporting our great staff and students.
Professor Dawn Freshwater
A joint message from the Vice-Chancellor and UWA Student Guild President Nevin Jayawardena regarding the Respect. Now. Always. survey results.
The national release of the Respect. Now. Always. survey results highlights that we, along with all universities, need to further build on our efforts to keep our community safe.
The University will continue to work alongside the Student Guild, the five residential colleges and the entire university community to make our campus safer, offer better support to people who have been affected and increase awareness of these support services.
UWA's media statement, UWA's full institutional results, a combined statement from the Vice-Chancellors of Western Australia's five universities and the Australian Human Rights Commission note on methodology are available to view online.
Professor Freshwater joins Craig Laundy, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science and Senator Linda Reynolds as they spend the morning on campus talking with UWA's most innovative students and hearing their best ideas.
The Vice-Chancellor speaks at the opening of the Janet Holmes a Court Collection at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.
At the forefront of science
The Vice-Chancellor celebrates with WA Scientist of the Year Professor Harvey Millar, the Hon Alannah MacTiernan and Robyn Owens at the Premier's Science Awards.
Let the festival begin
Professor Dawn Freshwater leads a Mexican wave as she opens the Social Impact Festival.
At the top
The Vice-Chancellor with Andrew and Nicola Forrest and Chancellor Michael Chaney celebrate Forrest Hall reaching maximum height. The state-of-the-art facility has been designed with the purpose of attracting and inspiring top scholars.
Advocating gender equity
Professor Freshwater with Professor Carolyn Oldham after presenting at the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) conference on how to leverage the Athena SWAN framework to effect changes in gender equity and diversity in STEMM.
Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 20 September 2017
Wed, 20 Sep 2017
Good morning. I am pleased to share that a new Academic Promotions College has been established to assist academic staff who would like support to further their careers at the University.
Vice-Chancellor's Voice - 13 September 2017
Fri, 15 Sep 2017
Good morning. It was wonderful to see one of our graduates recognised on the national stage with Josephine Wilson winning the Miles Franklin Award for Extinctions, published by UWA Publishing.