The mike morwood memorial website
A dedicated website has been developed and will be used as a memorial to Mike and the legacy he has left. Visit Mike's memorial website.
Within the site are stories and anecdotes written by people who knew Mike well, several galleries of photos depicting images of Mike throughout his life and career as well as media and multimedia items centred on Mike (such as recordings of public lectures an obituaries).
If you wish to contribute something to the website, whether it be memories of Mike or photos, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Two leading scientists have been honoured for their research in the dating of archaeological deposits.
Multinational mass media and information firm, Thomson Reuters, yesterday (23 June) presented a Citation Award to two leading scientists from the UOW's Centre for Archaeological Science (CAS).
CAS is dedicated to the development and application of modern scientific techniques to answer fundamental questions about human evolution by analysing the material remains of past human life and activities.
Distinguished Professor Richard (Bert) Roberts and Associate Professor Zenobia Jacobs received the award for their research in ‘luminescence dating of archaeological deposits’. UOW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation), Professor Judy Raper, was a guest at the award ceremony held at the University of Melbourne.