Professionals from any field who want to capitalise on the digital revolution will now have the opportunity to do so through Curtin University’s new MicroMasters in the Internet of Things (IoT).
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Education; Internet Communications
Anyone interested in social media will now be able to learn how it became an integral part of society through Curtin University’s latest Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), How Media Got Social.
By Lauren Sydoruk | General; Education; Humanities; Internet Communications
We are also delighted to confirm our keynote speakers: Professor Alison Booth (Australian National University) and Associate Professor Betsey Stevenson (University of Michigan).
By Nadia Quinn | General; Business, management and law; Education
In the remote Pilbara Martu communities of Punmu and Jigalong, there has been a quiet revolution in the way early intervention is being delivered to Indigenous children with developmental challenges.
By Arianne Chavez | Campus and community; Feature; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education; Health
Three Curtin University students have been named New Colombo Plan Scholars for 2018, a signature initiative of the Australian Government which aims to advance knowledge of the Indo-Pacific region.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Student News; Education; Science and Engineering; The arts and creative industries
Curtin University architecture students will design a new base for Nowanup Bush University, an important meeting place for Nyungar people located 50 kilometres west of Bremer Bay.
By Lauren Sydoruk | Campus and community; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education
The use of tablet devices among young children may increase the risk of neck, back and arm pain and reduce physical activity, new Curtin University research has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Education; Health; IT and computing
School leavers who feel they are unable to refuse offers of alcoholic drinks plan to drink more alcohol at end-of-school celebrations than those who are confident in saying no, new research has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Education; Health
Curtin University has today secured $10.45 million in funding from the Federal Government’s Australian Research Council to support important research activities.
By Yasmine Phillips | Feature; Research; Culture, language and Indigenous; Education; Engineering and mining; Health; Physical sciences and mathematics; Science and Engineering
Improvisation specialist Glenn Hall discusses his teaching style, how improv can improve people’s confidence and mentoring Stranger Things’s new breakout actor.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Education; Humanities | Leave a comment