Curtin graduate Anne Neil’s sculpture, Murmur, has been purchased by the State Government as a gift to Curtin University for its fiftieth anniversary.
By Daniel Jauk | Alumni news; Humanities; The arts and creative industries
WAIT alumnus Dr Thomas Shannon reflects on his lifelong passion for understanding how the body works, and how he has applied his knowledge in diverse settings from healthcare to Hollywood.
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Less than six years into his career, Mauritian-born Mohammed Zaheer Allam is hoping to strengthen community resilience and preserve architectural identity in developing nations around the world.
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After being unable to find a style of watch that he liked, David Tomić decided to take matters into his own hands, launching his company, WHY Watches, to great success.
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Acclaimed game designer, community activator, innovator and diversity expert Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie has achieved a great deal, but says she has so much more to do in the video game industry.
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Tong Sheng “Thomson” Ch’ng was recently given the chance to represent Malaysia, but it didn’t come without sacrifice and plenty of hard work.
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Influential property director Rhys Kelly wants to develop a variety of housing options to help accommodate Western Australia’s increasing population.
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Curtin Ignition entrepreneur Marc Berryman on his ‘car armour’ invention Rhinohide and how its making tracks in the media.
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Over the last ten years, Professor Andrew Whitehouse has become a local and national champion of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) research.
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Making friends can be tough. But one young Australian is looking to change that.
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