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Special alumni discounts are being offered to graduates who are commencing postgrad study in Semester 2. Find out if you’re eligible.
Two Curtin research studies investigated links between chronic energy drink consumption and a range of adverse health outcomes, including heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.
Prof Bronwyn Myers joins the enAble Institute, a new research collaborative focussed on enabling individuals with physical and mental health needs or facing the challenges of ageing.
Curtin graduates Mary and Janelle have made it their mission to transform fruit through The Mango Project – a social start-up that repurposes second-grade mangoes into organic skincare.
Hosted by the Young Alumni Advisory Board, this series explores a range of new and exciting topics, while creating a community of sharing opportunities for graduates aged 35 and under.
Delve into trending and topical issues during each episode of Curtin’s podcast series, from self-injury recovery, to cryptocurrency, to gender diversity – there’s something for everyone!
Are you a Curtin grad aged 35 and under? Check out the fun, dynamic and tailored opportunities available to you.
Chapters & networks
Alumni chapters and networks are a great way to keep connected to Curtin and your graduate community.
As a Curtin graduate, you have access to a range of benefits and activities to stay involved with Curtin and your fellow grads.
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