Curtin alumni are advocates for change, pushing boundaries and striving to make tomorrow better for local and global communities. The annual Curtin University Alumni Achievement Awards showcase and celebrate the significant achievements of the Curtin alumni community, and are a wonderful opportunity to recognise Curtin graduates for their valuable contributions to their industry and the community.
Nominations can be made in the following categories:
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Community Service Award
- Young Achievement Award
- Global Impact Award
- Volunteer Leadership Award
- Innovation Award
- Professional Achievement Award
Since 2014, Curtin University has recognised the incredible achievements of our graduates through the Alumni Achievement Awards. Nominations are now open for 2019. If you know a graduate doing amazing things in their career or the community, now is the time to ensure they receive the recognition they deserve. Nominate a graduate.
Take inspiration from our past winners
Dr Tracy Westerman
A proud Njamal woman from the Pilbara, Dr Westerman has worked for more than two decades to reduce the high rates of mental illness and suicide among Aboriginal people.
Associate Professor Phil Connors
Centre for Humanitarian Leadership Founding Co-Director Associate Professor Phil Connors was awarded the Global Impact Award in recognition of his work that has assisted international communities affected by crises.
Dr Rahayu Puspasari
Dr Puspasari’s achievements have been nationally recognised in Indonesia. Her leadership in corporate governance has resulted in the reformation of state audit, the inventory of state properties and assisted infrastructure development.
For a man who admits he’s most comfortable working behind the scenes, Benyamin Ismail has been living a life in the spotlight since September 2015 as CEO of low-cost airline carrier, AirAsia X Berhad.
Dr Susan Barkdoll
Science educator and Curtin Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dr Susan Barkdoll reflects on 30 years of teaching, from kindergarten to university level in San Bernardino, California.
CGSB Alumni Chapter and CBS graduates
Three Curtin Business School graduates and the Curtin Graduate School of Business Alumni Chapter Committee have been honoured for their significant contributions to society at the 2016 Curtin Alumni Achievement Awards.