Development and Alumni Relations

Centenary Trust for Women

Graduates Walk

Graduates' Walk

Graduates' Walk a CTW project for paving around the historic Oak Lawn will incorprate a tribute to UWA graduates. Find out how you can purchase a granite paver on the CTW Graduates Walk and be remembered in perpetuity.

Gift Cards now available

Graduates' Walk Gift Cards can be given as birthday or Christmas presents to your family and friends. A paver on Graduates’ Walk is a unique present that will mark in perpetuity the achievements of your loved ones.

Your gift will support students in need and your donation to the Centenary Trust for women is tax deductible. Please contact: 

Jenn Parsons 
Alumni Relations Manager
Phone: +61 8 6488 3511

The UWA Centenary Trust for Women was established in 2002 to support and encourage women facing financial difficulties when studying at UWA.

Erica Symth

The UWA Centenary Trust for Women has a strong reputation for building support for the University from the wider business and graduate community in WA. In the next few years, more scholarships will be awarded and more events run that will engage students and graduates with our scholarship and student support initiatives.

I look forward to the creation of exciting new ways to both garner support for the aims of the Trust and to effectively distribute the funds raised.

Purposes of the Trust

The purposes of the Trust are to :

  • provide advice, financial or other assistance where educational opportunities are limited because of distance, economic difficulties, cultural differences, disability or responsibility for the care of children, the ill, or the elderly, and
  • promote positive attitudes towards women in education by developing programs to increase public awareness of relevant issues and by raising funds and commissioning research as and when needed.

Recent events

The 2013 CTW Lunch

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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 or 6488 8000.

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Past Events

Details and photographs are available for past CTW events

More information about the Centenary Trust for Women

  • The Centenary Trust for Women scholarship program makes a difference in students' lives
  • The CTW annual newsletter outlines all the activities and events