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A Curtin University alumnus and international entrepreneur has been named on the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe list, which recognises young disrupters, visionaries and rising stars from across the region. German social entrepreneur Marco Feelisch, who graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Commerce in 2015, and his business…

Mark Fitzpatrick was appointed Telethon Speech & Hearing’s CEO in 2017, the year the WA-based non-profit celebrated its fiftieth anniversary of helping children with hearing, speech and language difficulties. Mark Fitzpatrick is not one to rest on his laurels. As CEO of Telethon Speech & Hearing, the Curtin commerce alumnus…

Two Curtin University graduates have been selected for the highly competitive Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship, awarded to the most exceptional young Australians to further their studies. Curtin Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce (Economics and International Relations Double Degree Major) graduate Talia Melsom will now complete a Master of…

Law graduates can now undertake the second part of their legal training at Curtin, with the University’s new Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice being approved by the Legal Practice Board in WA as a Practical Legal Training course provider. The specialised 32-week qualification is the first practical legal program to…

Joycelyn Tang is a girl who confesses to ‘wearing passion on her sleeve’. Deeply aware of the growing gulf between poverty and privilege, Tang’s love of humanity has been a steadfast influence on the direction of her law career. As a sixteen year old, Tang volunteered at a school in…

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