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Curtin Corner

Curtin Corner is an informal presentation and discussion forum sponsored by The John Curtin Institute of Public Policy (JCIPP).

Curtin Corners aim to encourage the cross-fertilisation of ideas between Curtin University and the wider community. Curtin Corner is open to staff, students and the general public. Commencing at 4:00pm on Fridays (between February and October, excluding the Curtin mid-semester break) sessions last about 45 minutes, followed by discussion and debate of the ideas presented, and concludes with drinks and light refreshments.

View the current 2017 Curtin Corner Schedule

Past Curtin Corner presentations can be viewed here.

2017 Curtin Corner Presentations

Saving the Dead: digital legacy planning

Saving the Dead: digital legacy planning

Associate Professor Tama Leaver
School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts - Curtin University

Friday, 7 April 2017

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The Sustainable Development Goals and Australia

The Sustainable Development Goals and Australia – A National and Personal roadmap to sustainability

Dr Stephen Lennon
President, United Nations Association of Australia - Western Australian Division

Friday, 31 March 2017

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Does birth month influence ADHD diagnosis

Does birth month influence ADHD diagnosis?

Dr Martin Whitely
Adjunct Research Associate, JCIPP - Curtin University

Friday, 24 March 2017

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If you would like to:

  • Attend a Curtin Corner
  • Present a Curtin Corner
  • Subscribe to the JCIPP email list

Then please email us: JCIPP@curtin.edu.au

Useful Information

Curtin Corner Venue:
The Executive Briefing Centre
Building 100, Level 2 (The Chancellory)

Curtin Corner Parking:
Parking is free in Car Park D3 after 3:30pm on Fridays.

Download parking map