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The Council of Curtin University is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Harlene Hayne ONZM as Curtin’s next Vice-Chancellor, commencing in April 2021. Professor Hayne is currently the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Otago, New Zealand. Professor Hayne is a Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand and…

When creatives Gene Brutty and Tim Seddon left Google Japan to work for Apple in LA, they had no idea the world was about to turn upside down. Award-winning creative directors Gene Brutty and Tim Seddon in Japan “We arrived in the US late last year,” Brutty laughs. “We had…

Designer and Curtin graduate Rimsha Shakir was the only Australian finalist in the prestigious Arts of Fashion Foundation event held in December 2019 in San Fransisco. Rimsha Shakir at the Arts of Fashion event Her confrontational entry took aim at societal expectations of women.  “The concept in my work of…

Curtin University and BHP have joined forces in a powerful new partnership to develop research and innovation projects, and support the higher education of emerging leaders. BHP Head of Corporate Affairs Meath Hammond and Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry As a leading global resources company, BHP has committed to working side-by-side…

The John Curtin Gallery will reopen at the end of July with an exhibition of 50 significant, recently acquired art works, which celebrate the success of its three-year 50fifty Acquisition Initiative. Aida Tomescu, Ultraviolet, 2009, oil on linen, 183 x 147cm. Curtin University Art Collection. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural…

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