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Society and culture

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Campus and global community

Global Voices scholars to tackle climate and gender issues at UN forums

Two Curtin University students will take to the international stage at important United Nations events to pursue their passions for…

Art and design

Think before you post: the impact of sharing photos of your child online

The practice of parents sharing content of their kids online is so commonplace, it’s spawned its own term, ‘sharenting’. But…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Midwife graduate returns to paint Moorditj Yorga design

Valerie Ah Chee was the only Aboriginal woman in her cohort. Now, she has returned to Curtin to foster a…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Calls to return stolen artefacts home

Hundreds of thousands of stolen artefacts are on display in esteemed Western institutions: from the British Museum in London to…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Scholarships provide healing hands

Nathaniel Harris expects his university education will not only benefit his own life, but also the wellbeing of his Indigenous…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Learn, engage and connect with Indigenous Australia at an online Yarning Session

Our Elder in Residence Team invite you to have a yarn online! Join our team at our first online Yarning…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Curtin appoints new Curator, Australian First Nations Art

The John Curtin Gallery has appointed Yindjibarndi woman Michelle Broun as the Curator, Australian First Nations Art. This is the…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Carrolup Centre and new Yarning Circle to celebrate NAIDOC Week at Curtin

In partnership with Nyungar Elders and community, Curtin University has established the Carrolup Centre for Truth-telling and unveiled its new…

Society and culture

Know your meme: internet pop culture is the new language of activism

It’s easy to take free speech and an open media for granted in Australia, and criticising our politicians and institutions…


Choosing net zero energy homes

We check the ‘star ratings’ and reviews before we buy dishwashers, washing machines, refrigerators and televisions. So why is it…

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