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Offering your services as a mentor to a student is a great way to broaden your UWA experience in all fields of science.
Your career pathways show the many and varied roles that can be taken by UWA science graduates. Letting us know how your career has developed enables us to give relevant and up-to-date advice to current students.
Join UWA alumni who live and work all over the world, making significant contributions in the fields of business, industry, government, education, research, culture and community. Become an active alumni member and stay connected to your university community.
The UWA Geology Alumni Association brings together past and present students and staff of the School of Earth and Environment in an atmosphere of social interaction, education and mutual benefit. We encourage as many graduates as possible to join us, with a view to providing as wide a range of interest and expertise as possible.
The Geoscience Foundation was established by the UWA Geology Alumni Association to support geoscience at UWA by alumni and other individuals and companies.
The Kwongan Foundation for the conservation of Australian native plants has been established to provide resources for research and study at UWA; to implement the gathering and sharing of knowledge; to enable long-term planning and attract world-class researchers; and to achieve tangible improvements in the long-term conservation prospects of endangered plants.