The CTW Graduates' Walk features pavers inscribed with graduates’ names and degree/s surrounding the iconic UWA Oak Lawn. A paver not only celebrates your years at UWA, it supports scholarships that make a real difference in the lives of women at our University.
The UWA Centenary Trust for Women was established in 2002 to support and encourage women facing financial difficulties when studying at UWA.
The Trust was established by a group of visionary and inspirational women and we are proud to empower women to reach their full potential while studying at UWA.
We endeavour to promote positive attitudes towards women’s education through our programs, fundraising and research.
The purposes of the Trust are to :
The annual Centenary Trust for Women Gala Luncheon will be held in Winthrop Hall from 11.30am, Sunday 20 July 2014. To find out more and to register online, please visit the information page.
CTW celebrated the UWA Centenary at their eleventh annual luncheon at Winthrop Hall on Sunday 21 July 2013. Hosted by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Johnson, the gala event was attended by more than 380 guests.
Guest speaker Dr Sue Gordon AM, a distinguished UWA Law graduate and Doctor of Letters, spoke openly about her life and achievements and received a standing ovation.
Chair Dr Erica Smyth announced the Lady Jean Brodie-Hall Scholarship for Women, which will assist rural female students to complete Masters’ degrees, together with the five 2013 Scholarship recipients. Dr Smyth also acknowledged the Graduates’ Walk project's contributions to the Study Support Fund.
To discuss how you can support women to complete their studies at UWA, contact the Development and Alumni Relations office at email@example.com or 6488 8000.
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