Curtin Business School played host to the 2016 Eduniversal World Convention in November. Previously held at Harvard Business School, this year was the first time the convention was held in Australia.
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Campus and community; Business, management and law
Management and marketing graduate Christian Ford is just 20 years of age, but he’s quickly making a name for himself in the commerce world through his hard-work and can-do attitude.
By Zoe Taylor | Campus and community; Feature; Student News; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
In November 2016, guests gathered at the Perth Arena to celebrate the successes and achievements of Curtin alumni.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Campus and community; Business, management and law; Education; Engineering and mining; Health; Science and Engineering | Leave a comment
Curtin’ Associate Professor Therese Jefferson has been appointed to the role of Australian Research Council (ARC) Executive Director (ED) for Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences (SBE).
By Susanna Wolz | General; Research; Business, management and law; Education; Science and Engineering
Three Curtin Business School graduates and the CGSB Alumni Chapter Committee have been honoured for their significant contributions to society at the 2016 Curtin Alumni Achievement Awards.
By Anita Shore | Alumni news; Business, management and law
Twenty-nine women have been awarded a Curtin scholarship through the Women in MBAs (WiMBA) program, which actively encourages more women to study a Master of Business Administration.
By Anita Shore | Business, management and law
Book your tickets for West Tech Fest, WA’s premier tech startup conference on 8 December 2016.
By Hayley Gower | Campus and community; Research; Student Events; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
New Curtin research has examined the misreporting of data surrounding illicit drug use in Australia, finding true participation rates are more likely to be twice as high as the initial figures suggest
By Susanna Wolz | Research; Business, management and law; Health
WA’s share of international students falls over the last decade, with growth in the value of international education for the State lagging substantially behind other Australian states & territories.
By Susanna Wolz | Research; Business, management and law