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Worth watching

Raoul Marks’ work as a digital animator has taken him from a publishing house in Perth to the red carpet of Hollywood.

Going for gold

A series of investments in the Curtin WA School of mines in Kalgoorlie underpins the university’s commitment to the region and is ensuring that students get the best possible educational experience.

All things being equal

Australia will soon have a comprehensive framework to monitor and help overcome inequalities for disadvantaged groups in higher education.

Pride in diversity

This year, the Australian Workplace Equality Awards recognised Curtin as Australia’s top university for LGBTI workplace inclusion for the second year running.

AIMEing for the stars

A mentoring program aimed at increasing Indigenous students’ engagement with school and transition to tertiary study is showing signs of success at Curtin just over a year after starting in WA.

It takes a million

With MOOCs at Curtin entering their second year and the integration of digital technologies into courses well underway, the University moves closer to achieving its goal of having one million learners

Systhespians: challenging the concept of acting

You may not know his name, but you definitely know the characters he’s given life to. He’s the man behind Gollum, King Kong and Caesar in Planet of the Apes.