We will be recognised as a vibrant, sustainable and connected hub that blends our heritage with our future and welcomes our partners, the community and the wider world.
We will consult with a broad range of stakeholders and agree on the characteristics and experiences that define the identity of a new UWA environment – both physical and digital.
Preserve and enhance our distinct and vibrant campus identity
We are privileged to have a beautiful campus on the lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. We will respect and celebrate our heritage while creating future environments and experiences that reflect the innovative nature of our education and research, and the cultural richness of our diverse communities.
We will consult with a broad range of stakeholders and agree on the characteristics and experiences that define the identity of a new UWA environment – both physical and digital. To ensure a consistent and excellent experience, this identity will continuously evolve to meet the expectations of our communities and seize the potential of emerging technology.
We will invest in cutting-edge digital technology to create a fully integrated and innovative 'digital campus'.
Develop a connected campus
Our campuses and our local partner institutions will be connected both physically and digitally, through technological infrastructure.
As economic and environmental pressures increase the focus on public transport, autonomous vehicles, cycling and pedestrians, we will support sustainable transportation options on and between our campuses and radically improve the transportation links in our networks.
We will invest in cutting-edge digital technology to create a fully integrated and innovative ‘digital campus’, linking staff and students in remote and regional Australia and across the world.
Measures of success
- Global recognition for leadership in public place sustainability.
- An energy-neutral UWA campus.
- Increased intensity and vibrancy; increased cultural/artistic/community presence and use.
- Extended opening hours and rate of use for both University and community purposes.
- Increased percentage of campus used by non-university partners.