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Curtin appoints Professor Sandra Eades to lead Curtin Medical School
A leading public health academic and respected Noongar woman who has been influential in improving the health of Aboriginal communities across Australia has been appointed the new Dean of the Curtin Medical School.Find out more
Continence and Women’s Health event
The Curtin Physiotherapy Alumni Chapter is excited to present this Continence and Women’s Health event on Thursday 20 February 2020.Find out more
New research finds Earth’s oldest asteroid strike linked to ‘big thaw’
Curtin University scientists have discovered Earth’s oldest asteroid strike occurred at Yarrabubba, in outback Western Australia, and coincided with the end of a global deep freeze known as a Snowball Earth.Find out more
Cocktails & Conversations
Following the success of the Coffee & Conversations series in 2019, Curtin’s Young Alumni Advisory Board (YAAB) are mixing it up to bring you Cocktails & Conversations!Find out more
Curtin alumna named influential leader for work empowering youth and women
A Curtin University alumna who forged a career as a successful female entrepreneur in the Maldives has been recognised among global business leaders as an innovator in her industry and inspiration to her community.Find out more
International Women’s Day breakfast
Please join us for breakfast as we celebrate International Women’s Day on Thursday 5 March 2020 at Curtin Perth, and explore this year’s global theme of ‘Each for Equal’ with our panel of prominent Curtin staff and graduates.Find out more
Corporate high-flyer named Honorary Doctor of Curtin
One of Australia’s most successful businessmen and powerful CEOs, Richard Goyder, has been presented an Honorary Doctorate of Commerce by Curtin University.Find out more
CGSB Alumni Chapter Summer Sundowner
After an immensely successful sundowner in November, the CGSB Alumni Chapter are pleased to invite you to the next event on Thursday 20 February at 77 Social in the Perth CBD.Find out more
Curtin green hydrogen research supported with ARC funding
Curtin University research that aims to develop a new way of producing, storing and exporting green hydrogen from Australian resources has been awarded more than $580,000 by the Federal Government.Find out more
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