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UWA law student Sophie Coffin says she’ll use her 2018 Miss NAIDOC crown as a platform to motivate other young indigenous women and to advocate for Aboriginal rights.
Dr Kate Leeming is one of many UWA graduates determined to make the world a better place, as she prepares to make the first-ever bicycle crossing of the Antarctic continent, via the South Pole.
Social entrepreneur Sarah Sands believes the power of the ocean can be a potent vehicle to inspire change.
For Michael Sheldrick, a relentless travel agenda is all part of his New York-based role as Vice-President of Global Policy and Government Affairs at Global Citizen.
The chance viewing of a television advertisement was the catalyst for Darren Lomman's latest mission, to establish WA's first-ever plastic reprocessing facility.
As wave energy technology attracts global interest in Albany, we look at the breadth and depth of UWA's interaction with the community.
The former Chief Justice of Australia's High Court and one of the country's most respected judges, is no stranger to UWA. Robert French talks to Uniview about his plans for his new role at his alma mater.
The remarkable story of Mr George Munns, UWA's first ever gardener, as told by alumni and well-known journalist Tony Thomas in a piece for The West Australian back in 1965.
To create his unique ceramics, potter Stewart Scambler delves deep into the West Australian bush - for inspiration and materials alike.
Dilakshana Yogarasa has overcome more obstacles along the way to study than most people encounter in a lifetime. You won't believe her story.
The UWA IQ Awards have lived up to their name with a host of cutting edge solutions recognised and celebrated at UWA's new IQX collaborative space in Nedlands.
The first reaction to any discussion of Convocation at UWA is often a question - “What is Convocation and what does it do?” Warden Dr Doug McGhie has the answer.
Chairman of Shell Australia and UWA graduate Zoe Yujnovich explores how climate change is impacting the energy industry, and society, and looks at what needs to change.
It’s a day we usually associate with sunshine, time off, back yard barbeques and evening fireworks however January 26 has also become a day which sits uncomfortably with many Australians.
Today, terrorism is quickly linked with religion – to be more precise, with Islam – but is there really a connection?
Completion rates remain persistently low, with only 74% achieving year 12 by the time they turn 19. This means a staggering one in four young Australians don’t complete school. This rises to nearly one in three for young men, with only 70% finishing.
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