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Building a celestial city on the rocky red planet is a mind-boggling concept. But this off-world urban challenge has been embraced by Curtin urban planning graduate, Cassie Barrow. Working in the realms of space architecture, Barrow is used to having diverse conversations about the built environment. Her thesis, A City for…

Curtin Singapore has hosted an inaugural discussion as part of a new thought-provoking series that aims to connect tomorrow’s graduates with leaders in their field. The first Thought Leaders Series, titled ‘Developing a career and leading business in a rapidly changing world’, was presented by Cistri Regional Director Peter Hyland…

The next generation of Indigenous engineers will gain valuable insight into their future careers as part of the annual Indigenous Australian Engineering School (IAES) hosted at Curtin University next week. Hosted on behalf of Engineering Aid Australia, 24 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students from Western Australia, the…

A Curtin University graduate who has established a career as one of Australia’s leading medical journalists has been recognised with the prestigious Walkley Foundation’s Women’s Leadership in Media award. Melissa Davey The Guardian Australia reporter Ms Melissa Davey received the award for her article ‘The investigation into Dr Gayed’, which…

Curtin alumni have helped transform the interior of Curtin’s newest city premises at 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth – a castle-like, Federation gothic building that has a special place in Curtin University’s history. The striking red brick building was constructed to accommodate growing numbers at the Perth Technical School, Curtin’s earliest…

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