In the Media

App to boost men's health

Published in Post Newspapers on page 11 in the 14th July edition. Read how intern Alex Arnold, who spent his internship designing and developing the Well Mann app with CEO of the Men's Resource Centre, Grant Westthorp, volunteered a further 350 hours to complete the app which is now available and provides boys and men around the world with tools to help manage their mental health here

UWA student raises awareness about organ donation through internship

Published in the Eastern Reporter on 1 October 2018. Elizabeth Foster helped to raise awareness for organ and tissue donation through community events during her internship at the Organ Donation and Transplant Foundation of WA. Read the article here.

Student helps Enable

Published in the Bunbury Mail on 21st March 2018. Read about how UWA Arts student, Emma Young, travelled to Bunbury to intern with Enable WA, which provides quality, individualised support for people living with a disability in the South West of the State, and assisted them in mobilising clients to build stronger community connections here

Interns Changing Lives

Published in The Post Newspaper, 18th June 2016. Read the full article here (page 61).

UWA quartet designs plan for Mirrabooka technology hub

Published online in the Stirling Times on 28th November. Read about the Tech Hub, designed by students of the Wicked Problems: Applied Transdisciplinary Design unit here

Global Poverty Fight

Published in the Canning Times, July 4th 2017. Read the full article here.

Yin & Yang - Alex Arnold and Grant Westthorp

Published in the West Weekend magazine on 6 October 2018. Alex Arnold and Grant Westthorp, CEO, Men's Resource Centre, Albany, discuss their common goal of developing the Well Man App, an app that helps men and boys manage their mental health and wellbeing. Read the article here. Internship an invaluable way to gain insight Published in the North West Telegraph on 26 September 2018. Read how Jerone Downie assisted youth workers working with vulnerable young people at the Youth Involvement Council Inc. Read the article here.

Kensington resident smashing stereotypes about young people

Published in the Southern Gazette, 4th April 2017. Read the full article here.

Marangaroo student volunteers with Red Cross

Published on the Wanneroo Community Times, June 9th 2017. Read the full article here.

Bayswater law student to take part in Global Citizenship Forum in New Zealand

Published in the Eastern Reporter on 24th May 2018. Read about how Madelaine Cannell-Lunn has been selected to represent the McCusker Centre for Citizenship at UWA at a Global Citizenship Forum in Otago, organised by the Matariki Network of Universities (MNU), and will work with other students from around the world to help shape Global Citizenship programs at university here