The PSA is calling for nominations for the below open positions on the PSA Committee. Nominations for this positions are open now and we are aiming to close nominations on the 7th of February, subject to the requirements laid down by the PSA Election Rules. Nominations can be made by emailing email@example.com Positions open for […]January 17, 2017 - Media Statement: UWA Postgraduate Students’ Association Welcomes New Vice-Chancellor
The UWA Postgraduate Students’ Association (PSA) is delighted to welcome Professor Dawn Freshwater as the new UWA Vice-Chancellor. Professor Freshwater moves into the role officially after acting as Vice-Chancellor following the departure of previous Vice-Chancellor Paul Johnson and brings significant experience and a working knowledge of the renewal process which should help to minimise any […]October 17, 2016 - Changes to the PSA Rules and Election Rules
During the AGM on October 27th we will be voting on the proposed changes to the PSA rules and the PSA Election Rules. These rules have not been reviewed since 2013 and as part of the good governance all organisation regularly review their rules to ensure that the organisation remains robust and able to adapt […]
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During the AGM on October 27th we will be voting on the proposed changes to the PSA rules and the PSA Election Rules. These rules have not been reviewed since 2013 and as part of the good governance all organisation regularly review their rules to ensure that the organisation remains robust and able to adapt […]PSA 2017 Election Candidates
PSA 2017 Election Candidates. Absentee Voting will open at 5pm October 10th when election ballots will be available here. All absentee ballots must be sent from a STUDENT EMAIL ADDRESS (must contain your student number in the email) and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Elections will occur at the AGM on the 27th of October at […]2016 PSA Elections
Nominations for the 2017 PSA Committee are now open! If you think you have what it takes to help make the university better for postgraduate students or want to help out with the amazing work of the PSA then now is you chance to nominate for the 2017 PSA committee. The PSA has done some […]