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Society and culture

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Campus and global community

Curtin graduate wins Walkley Foundation’s women in media award

A Curtin University graduate who has established a career as one of Australia’s leading medical journalists has been recognised with…

Awards and achievements

Curtin congratulates authors on their book being awarded a new film deal 

Curtin University has congratulated Associate Professor Paul Genoni on co-authoring a book that will be brought to cinematic life in…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

‘Big systems’ create challenges for Indigenous health

Australia’s diverse healthcare system has won accolades around the globe. But navigating its sheer size and complexity can be difficult,…

Campus and global community

Curtin’s School of Education graduates shine at annual awards

The brightest teachers of tomorrow have been honoured at Curtin University’s School of Education annual awards ceremony, which recognise academic…

Art and design

Pictures of A Thousand Silences

The power of Hoda Afshar’s talent and the intellect that infuses her art is giving Afshar a cumulative following across…

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

Curtin elevates commitment to national reconciliation action

Curtin University has confirmed its commitment to leading national reconciliation action in the education sector by today launching its Elevate…

Art and design

Designing the interior of Mars habitats

It’s only a matter of time before we see humans living on Mars, but who’s going to design what’s needed…

Art and design

Aberdeen-Curtin Alliance enriches student’s creative work on Scotland’s witch trials

Atop a small hill in Orkney, a town in the Northern Isles of Scotland, pink flowers sprout from the middle…

Art and design

Getting clever with big data to understand the spread of ISIS propaganda

Through a combination of big data analysis and multimodal discourse analysis, Curtin researchers are providing valuable insight into how meaning…

Art and design

Australian TV well behind in accessibility for vision impaired

More than 453,000 Australians are known to live with blindness or vision impairment. Despite this substantial number, Australia remains the…

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